• 3/8 Solid Aluminum bar construction measures 28" in length.
• Kevlar wick on top and bottom for double the fire!
• Technora String & ball bearing swivel give the illusion of floating fireballs at your control.
• Comfortable cinching leather finger grip for a secure hold.
• Includes enough Technora string to set it up as a short string want 4 times, or a long string wand twice. Made in USA!
All of our fire props are made using the high quality materials and are designed to withstand abuse from ongoing drops and tosses, providing you with years of enjoyment. Each fire prop design is engineered for optimal spinning dynamics and balance. Contact us for other 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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This wand is a little heavier than the plastic flow wands you may have used, but that extra weight gives it momentum and makes it easy to feel where the wand is. We got the long string, which is fantastic, and is also very durable. Haven't had a chance to burn it yet, but all our test spins have been amazing. We understand the other comment about wanting the weight on one end, but my wife does a lot of contact-wanding, so she prefers having the versatility to put either end as the "up" side.
This wand rocks, but it could be tweaked to perfection so easily!! I think this product could be improved greatly by adding a washer or weight to the bottom to steady the wand in the upright position. We wire wrapped ours at the bottom just above the wick and it solved the problem, but it isn't as appealing. that and perhaps a visual reference for top and bottom (even a thin sticker stripe around the wand near the top would be epic)