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Oct 27, 2017
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Not so much variety, but they are good. If you're after larger cakes, then maybe the range is the better option as there's a greater variety of products. If you fancied a bit of a drive, there's a good specialist just west of Southampton who would be able to get you some serious quality :)
What's the shop called? And would I get much for my money
 

Somersetpyro

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Dec 16, 2013
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Thanks for your help, I still really don't know what to do as the range of fireworks is quite overwhelming haha
If you choose Stealth, just go in to the shop and i'm sure their staff will recommend some quality stuff for you :)
 

SilberWirbel

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Oct 12, 2016
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There's a lot of variety in this box but it is very expensive for the powder weight.
Between 2015 and 2016 Bright Star cut the powder weight on a lot of their boxes by 20-35% and this year they have wacked up the price by about 20%.
For example I have a Party box left from 2015 that cost £25 and has 702g NEC.

If you look at the current offerings* you can see a trend in powder weight per pound spent: *(I've never had Aerial Attack or Carnival).

Monster 23g/£1
Family 20g/£1
Bonfire 18g/£1
Guy Fawkes 20g/£1
Party 17g/£1
Presidential 13g*/£1. (*14g/£1 Early Bird Offer).

What really counts though is performance and reliability, and Bright Star are still good at those :)