Professional Quality fit for royalty from this 300 shot quick fire Royal Palm Candle barrage. With stunning thick brocade palm tails with radiant blue pearls launching skyward to nearly 90 feet and a duration lasting around 30 seconds.
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Professional Quality from our Royal Palms Candle. Fit for royalty with stunning thick brocade palm tails. Then topped with radiant blue pearls. With Royal Palms launching skyward to nearly 90 feet. And a duration lasting around 30 seconds. This great quality professional level low noise category 3 roman candle is an excellent quiet option. That will add a wow factor to your display. Not to mention Royal Palms 300 shots that rapidly fire. With a low noise level of 3 from 10. And 516gm of net explosive content. Although Royal Palms is not suitable for small gardens. Since this firework requires your audience to be at least 25 meters away. Which is approximately 82 feet.
Although Royal Palms is considered a firework with low noise. It is important to realise that not everyone enjoys fireworks. While this is especially true when it comes to pets and livestock. Most animals such as dogs and cats have very sensitive hearing which can lead them to become scared during firework season. As a company of animal’s lovers, we always advise our customer on the simple things such as informing your neighbours about letting fireworks off so they can have time to prepare and protect their pets. Using many of the advised strategies from the Blue Cross for Pets website and downloadable leaflet – this can be found on the Pet Safety section of our website. So Think ahead If you think your pet will struggle to cope with the fireworks season, speak to your vet six to 12 weeks beforehand. If you want behavioural advice it’s best to look into it three to six months in advance. While if you are planning an event or display. Please inform your neighbours well in advance. While also considering neighbours with young children or the elderly.