Perfect in it's simplicity and a king among classic childhood firework favorites, the sparkler is hand-held firework that burns at approximately a foot per minute while emitting bright, intense colored flames, sparks, and other effects. Sparklers are generally formed around a thin non-combustible metallic wire that has been dipped in a thick batter of slow-burning pyrotechnic composition and allowed to dry. "Morning Glory" type sparklers consist of a composition filled tube attached to a bamboo rod using brightly colored tissue paper and ribbon. These giant multi-colored torch sparklers change their pigment as they burn down. At 3 feet long they last 3 minutes!
Spinning, flying and glittering silver disk takes off and flies through the air spraying color. Before it flies into the air leaving sparks along the way, it gets going on the ground spinning wildly! A staple for generations, this classic airplane spins on the ground and then flies into the air.
If you asked a roman candle what it wanted to be when it grew up, the answer would be this massive multi-shot monster! This firework is a LOT bigger than your average roman candle. Forget 8 shots, how about over 100 shots? Puts out a barrage of red, blue, silver, and green stars.