• Made from 3/4" aircraft grade #6061-T6 black anodized Aluminum Tubing for strength & durability.
• Single Wick on each end with 4' ft of 2" wide x 1/16" thick Kevlar for strength and burn time.
• 2 black Padded Grips provide comfort, heat resistance and moisture absorption for less slippage.
• Reflective Tape center sections make it easier to see and feel while spinning and tossing.
• Sold in pairs. - Made in USA!
Fire Double Staffs are rods with Kevlar wicks attached to each end which are soaked in liquid fuel and lit on fire as a performance art form. Double Staffs are typically shorter than regular Staffs and spun in pairs, one in each hand.
Staff Weight: 13oz each
All of our Staffs 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 staff is engineered for optimal spinning dynamics and balance. Contact us for other color, weight, wick or custom length 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 (Which is Easily Replicable) and Grip
Wick Covers Have a 60 Day Warranty
We offer 60 day money back guarantee on all products unless specified otherwise above. Custom orders will have a 20% restocking fee.
Posted by Jaydon Cameron on May 23rd 2019
This staff has a very nice grip, great ends for absorbing a lot of kerosene or whatever fuel you're using. I've dropped it quite a few times & it seems to absorb the impact very well. Spinning & dancing with it is really nice as it's light & nimble which means it easier to move. When spinning it in a circle in front of me, I sometimes trip due to the lightness but apart from that, I quite like it & definitely recommend for beginners/intermediate or even advanced if you prefer smaller staffs.