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Power Shells Rockets

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Power Shells Rockets

Power Shells Rockets

£17.50

Our Power Shells Rocket Pack is a small but mighty selection of four rockets, that will pack a punch. While each of these four rockets has its own special effect. With stunning traditional brocade crown. Then a brocade crown to silver blink strobe. Also a brocade crown with a green blink. Finally, brocade crown with blue stars.

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Noise level (1-10)

Safety distance (metres)

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Power Shells

Our Power Shells Rocket Pack is a small but mighty selection of four rockets, that will pack a punch. While each of these four rockets has its own special effect. With stunning traditional brocade crown. Then a brocade crown to silver blink strobe. Also a brocade crown with a green blink. Finally, brocade crown with blue stars. This great category 2 rocket pack is ideal for any display and requires a minimum safety distance of 15 metres. While each firework rocket shell contains a net explosive content of 17.9 gm. And who doesn’t love the sound of a rocket soaring into the dark skies? Love Rockets? Then check out all our stunning Rockets Here

POWER SHELLS SAFETY INFORMATION

Rockets including our Power Shells are aerial fireworks that have a stick to keep them stable during flight. Not forgetting to read the safety information on the packaging. And on each individual firework rocket. Also, each rocket pack comes with a launch tube. You can make more from plastic piping available from a hardware shop. Securely push the tube into the ground. And at a slight angle away from the audience. Then carefully insert the rocket into the tube. Once inserted check it is free to rise. ensuring the stick is not stuck in the ground! Rockets will fly into the wind because the wind pushes the stick back. Making the rocket angle forward. In windy conditions, it may be a good idea to test a rocket. And observe where it exploded and where the sticks land. Standing side on to the firework, light the tip of the fuse whilst holding the Portfire at arm’s length. Once you are sure it is lit. Retire to a safe distance. Do not turn around until you hear that the rocket has launched properly.  If the firework does not ignite then do not return to it. Leave it until after the display. Also, check out our Safety Video Here