• Perfect for beginners, or those who are new to fire.
• Torches are 12 in length with a 1" wick made of high quality Kevlar wick for strength & durability.
• Comfortable rubber handle provides comfort, heat resistance and a secure grip.
• Wick attached with a thoroughly tested ultra thin stainless steel wire that is more secure than sewing and is small enough not to increase the burn hazard.
• Made in USA! - Sold in pairs.
Fire Eating torches are small metal rods with a wicked heads that are soaked in liquid fuel and lit on fire as a performance art form. Fire eating is the act of putting a flaming object into the mouth and extinguishing it. Primarily used by fire performers, and sideshow or circus entertainers.
Our Beginners set is perfect for someone just starting out with fire. Our rolled wick design measures 1". Comfortable rubber handle provides comfort, heat resistance and a secure grip.
All of our Torches 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 torch 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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I recently purchased this pair of fire eating/fleshing torches and used them all day yesterday. The first important thing to note about these torches is their size... they are a bit small for beginner fire eaters, like myself. I find myself having to tilt the torches slightly to one side before eating fire so that the fire won't hit my hand, which I wouldn't have to do with a longer torch. Also, the wicks themselves could be a bit longer. I find my lips almost touching the metal, opening myself up to the possibility of receiving more burns when I'm eating fire. One other thing on the negative side with these torches is the fact that one of the torches was loose right out of the box. It is not loose enough for any accidents to happen, but it shouldn't be loose at all. As for the positives, these torches absorb fuel very well, have a very long burn time as far as I can tell and are just very good overall. Of course I did just start using them today even though I received them a little while back. But from what I've explored so far, they aren't bad torches at all.