Stunning is an understatement with this 19 shot barrage. Massive silver & red strobing tails shattering into huge bursts of titanium gold palms with white strobes, flashing over 30 seconds.
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Bring on the Crown 500. This barrage with it’s 19 great big bursts will excite your audience. whether your audience is small or large. Producing a series of massive thick silver and red strobing glitter tails. Before shattering into huge bursts of. Strong titanium golden palms. And brilliant white blink strobes. Before transforming into Gold palms with a red blink. With a thumping 475gm of net explosive content. Crown 500 will plaster the night sky with colour and sound. A would be a really great choice for your firework event. So don’t leave this barrage on the shelf.
Always read and follow the instructions on each firework. Make sure your spectators have retreated to the minimum safety distance. Crown 500 safety distance for your spectators is no less than 15 meters. Or at least 49 feet. It is advisable to wear appropriate safety equipment. A hard hat, goggles, ear protection, and gloves. importantly never smoke when handling or lighting fireworks. Always light fireworks at arm’s length.
Furthermore, make sure that under no circumstances you are leaning over the firework. Also, check for overhead obstructions. Please remember your responsibilities. Apart from New Year’s Eve, Diwali Chinese New Year (1am). Bonfire Night (5th of November) is midnight. It is illegal to set off fireworks after 11pm. And before 7am in the morning. Find out more by reading our safety guide. Which would have been included with your packaged order. You can also obtain a copy by visiting our website. Where you can freely download a copy. If you are having an event. You should familiarise yourself with the firework. And where the fuses are. Most importantly, no one under the age of 18 years. Should be setting off any fireworks. And remember to keep everyone safe.