Our Contact Floating Sword is 42" long from end to end. It is made from a single piece of tapered thin walled steel tubing, similar to a golf club shaft, which makes it lightweight but extremely strong. It has just enough flex for off body moves yet is strong enough that it isn't springy or easily bent. The swords diameter fits comfortably in your hand and rolls at a very controllable rate.
Burnable Length (aka Sword Wick) Specs:
The blade section of this sword is approximately 19” long, giving you plenty of fire along with enough gripped area for a variety of contact body moves.
Counter-Weights and Safety:
Many contact swords have large metal balls on the handle side as a counterweight, or metal balls that have been covered in a light plastic or silicone coating. These metal balls can be very dangerous during spinning, especially for beginners as they can hit your body with enough force to cause concussions and broken bones. Our contact sword's weighted end is covered with rubber coated memory foam which
provides a soft impact surface that is both durable and forgiving.
is a traditional adhesive-backed padded grip. It is tear-resistant, and has a very slight ridge. To maintain its grippy surface, you should periodically clean this grip with soap, water, and the rough side of a sponge.
Most severe equipment burns come from searing-hot exposed metal, not from the wicks. To minimize exposed metal, we simply don't have any. The interface between the wick and that grip is covered with a layer of silicone wrapping, giving you a fire resistant area between the wicks and the grip.
Typical burn time is:
Burn times are estimated based on recorded burns using Coleman Camp Fuel aka "white gas" . Actual burn times may vary based on individual spinning style, type of fuel used, and other factors.
A Fire Floating Sword is a wicked sword where the weight balance has been shifted off-center. The wicked material is soaked in liquid fuel and lit on fire as a performance art form. A heavy brass ball on the end of the sword changes the center point of gravity to the middle of the handle. This slows down the rotation and momentum of the sword, making object manipulation easier for on-body contact moves. Instead of wielding the sword with just your hands, parts of your body such as your neck, shoulders, forearms, elbows, chest and back can be used.
All of our Fire Swords are made using the highest quality materials and are designed to withstand abuse from ongoing drops and tosses, providing you with years of enjoyment. Each fire sword is engineered for optimal spinning dynamics and balance. Contact us for custom options.
Trick Concepts has been a family owned and operated business for over 10 years, located in Los Angeles, CA. We use high quality materials and manufacture onsite, which allows us to transfer the savings onto you. Our line of products are designed and created by Jaz, a mechanical engineer and custom metal fabricator and Scorch, an artist and fire performer. Each product is researched, designed and tested for durability and safety. Whether you are new to fire spinning, or are a large theatrical production company, we have what you're looking for.
We strive to be your number one choice in fire and LED equipment. Just the facts, without the hype.
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1 Year Warranty on all Hardware
Excludes Wick amd Grip (Which is Replicable)
We offer 60 day money back guarantee on all products unless specified otherwise above. Custom orders will have a 20% restocking fee.
Posted by Unknown on May 23rd 2016
I bought this sword for my guy for his birthday and he LOVES it! The only thing better would be a pair. The balance is perfect for so many tricks!
Posted by Rob Horner - Pyrodynamics on Mar 20th 2016
Awesome prop! at first when I practice with this prop it felt a bit weird, then after a while i fell in love with its flow, but I still thought it was dangerous as f**k to light on fire..! Then I finally did it and it blew my mind, absolutely loved it! Very badass fire toy! Iv tried other contact swords, but this was my favorite. Normal fire swords now feel boring and not weighted correctly. Recommended for professional use too.
-Rob Horner / Pyrodynamics - Sydney, Australia.