These out of this solar system big bursting rockets offer a night sky full of stars. Firstly with a stunning brocade crown with bright white strobe stars. Secondly, a vast golden crackling cauliflower. Thirdly, a half blue peony with tail, half red/golden strobe. Last but not least a vibrant red, green and blue peony with white star strobe.
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Solar Storm Rocket Pack
Enjoy our Solar Storm Rocket Pack, While each of these four rockets. Produce a big bursting effect that delivers a night sky full of stars. Firstly with a stunning brocade crown with bright white strobe stars. Secondly, a vast golden crackling cauliflower. Thirdly, a half blue peony with tail, half red/golden strobe. And last but not least a vibrant red, green and blue peony with white star strobe. While each rocket produces a stunning twin effect. With one stunning effect exploding above the other.
Truly unique, adding style to your display or event. Including 1.3g effects and a noise level of 7 out of 10. Also, each of these category 3 firework rockets contains 140gm of net explosive content. However please ensure that when setting up these stunning rockets. That you have enough space. While the safety distance of your crowd should be a minimum of no less than 25 metres. Also, take a look at our Hulk Rockets
Who doesn’t enjoy watching a rocket soaring skywards? And the excitement of the explosion when it comes. And as with all firework rockets. Including Solar Storm Rocket Pack. When it comes to setting them up safety is most important. While here at Dynamic Fireworks all our rockets come with a launch tube. And we also have extra launch tubes. Which are available online and in-store? While inserting the launch tube into soft ground. Or attach to a stake or post. And then slightly angle the tube away from your crowd. Also, check where you have set up. That there are no overhead obstructions. Including buildings, cables, trees and overhanging bushes. Then once you are happy that you are set up safely. Before lighting your rocket, check that it is free to move inside the launch tube. Then remove the orange fuse cover before igniting.