A mega performance for this gladiator who attacks from the start with immense wave willow breaks with silver, red, gold and green blinks, before shots of purple and green blink, chrysanthemum, titanium golden palm steal the show while switching between straight and angled firing. Impressive from start to finish lasting approximately 1 minute. 64 shot 1.3G effects
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Enjoy a mega performance from Sparticus. Furthermore, this gladiator doesn’t hold back. With 64 energetic shots. And attacks from the start. With immense wave willow breaks. While bursting with coloured blinks. Including red, gold, silver and green. As well as shots of purple and green blink chrysanthemums. While Sparticus titanium golden palms steal the show. As Sparticus switches between straight and angled firing. In order to deliver a warrior’s performance. With wonderful 1.3g effects from this category 3 firework. With 891gm of net explosive content. Sparticus delivers a resounding ten out of ten noise rating. With a duration of just over one minute. And a faster-paced finale, truly impressive. Meanwhile, enter the Coliseum
There are different categories of fireworks. While members of the public can buy. And set off most of the fireworks that come under Categories 1 to 3. While Sparticus is a category 3 barrage. These are fireworks that include. Those that you can use indoors, in your garden. Or at a display. additionally, always read the label carefully. And make sure that the fireworks you buy. Are suitable for the place where you are going to set them off. Additionally, make your preparations for your display in advance. And preferably in daylight. Or with a torch (never a naked flame).
In addition have the recommended safety equipment. With this in mind, we have provided a safety guide. With your completed order. Our guide to safety can also be found on our website. Where you can download a copy. Which we recommend that you familiarise yourself with. Before setting up your firework event. Whether you’ll be having a firework party at home. Or heading to an organised firework display. You can make the occasion fun and safe. For everyone by following our firework guidelines. Plan your firework display to make it safe and enjoyable, and ensure it finishes before 11 pm. Additionally, it is an offence to let fireworks off during night hours (11 pm to 7 am), except on Bonfire Night, November 5th. (midnight), Diwali, New Year’s Eve, and Chinese New Year (1 am).