Seeing is believing with this magnificent 120 shot barrage offering mixed and angled effects. Blue tail to blue stars red fish; blue tail to blue star green fish, red wave tail to red wave chrysanthemum, green wave tail to green wave chrysanthemum, red tail white strobe, blue tail brocade crown, golden tail to golden willow red green strobe, red tail to brocade crown chrysanthemum lasting approximately 55 seconds giving a wow factor.
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Seeing is believing with Prism. With this magnificent 120 shot cake. Which offers astonishing straight and angled shots. With fabulous wide and varied effects. With blue tail to blue stars. And redfish. With blue tail to blue stars. And green fish. Including red wave tail to red wave chrysanthemum. And green wave tail to green wave chrysanthemum. including red tail to white strobe. With blue tail brocade crown. With golden tail to golden willow, red and green strobe. And red tail to brocade crown chrysanthemum. Additionally, Prism with its spectrum of colours offers a noise rating of 8 out of 10. with a wonderful duration of 50 seconds. From this category 3 firework cake. Prism is a real must-have for your firework display. Like the colours and effects of Prism? Then head on over to Uprising
Choosing your site for your letting off your fireworks like Prism. Should be carefully chosen. For example, ensure you obtain permission from the landowner. Where the display is to take place. Also, allow as much room as possible. With no overhead obstructions. And keep well clear of buildings. Additionally, the site should be divided into three areas. Including the safety area, the firing area. And the fall out area.
With this in mind, these areas should be clearly marked out, marshalled and roped off. In addition, note minimum safety distances required between each area. Whilst the spectator safety distance for Prism is 25 meters. Likewise, Always keep a bucket of water. Or a hosepipe nearby in case of fire. And please remember, you must not set off fireworks between 11 pm and 7 am. Except for Bonfire Night, when the cut off is midnight. And New Year’s Eve, Diwali and Chinese New Year. When the cut off is 1 am. For this reason, we have provided a safety guide. And would recommend you read before setting up your display.