A quick tropical storm lasting approximately 30 seconds. Our category 2 Typhoon comes without the weather warning. Offering forty-nine shots of pulsating cyclone spinner glitter tails reaching in excess of 60 feet. With stunning deep red glitter mines scattering below. A breathtaking low noise firework option, with plenty of oomph.
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A quick tropical storm from Typhoon. Lasting for roughly 35 seconds. This category 2 Typhoon comes without the weather warning from your friendly weatherman. This firework comes with forty-nine hurricane size shots. Of pulsating cyclone spinning glittering white tails. Reaching in excess of sixty feet. (Approximately 19 meters). With dazzling deep red glitter mines scattering below. A truly breathtaking barrage. That although a low noise firework. With a noise level rating of 3 out of 10. It has plenty of oomph. With 490gm of net explosive content. This Typhoon will have your spectators caught in a grip of excitement.
Typhoon Has a wonderful fan effect. So take care when setting up this barrage. By ensuring that there are no overhead obstructions. Also, plan the possibility of wind and rain. Be prepared to postpone your event in the case of poor weather conditions. Whilst also considering how your display is set up. Especially avoid the wind direction heading towards your spectators. By moving your firing site to another area. We also endorse that all barrages and cakes. Are not left freestanding. Therefore use a stake or post to secure Typhoon safely. Using strong tape or cable ties. Equally important all fireworks have a safety distance. For the spectators and the firer.
You will find the safety guidelines for distances. On the side of the firework label. However, we have also enclosed our comprehensive safety guide. Included with your completed order. Additionally, you are welcome to download a copy from our website. Likewise, we recommend that you familiarise yourself with the guide. Before setting up your firework display. Please remember it is illegal to let off fireworks after 11pm and before 7am. Apart from New Year’s Eve, Diwali and Chinese New Year, which is 1am and bonfire night (November 5th) which is midnight.