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Firey Dave

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Joe ciabatti

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I can't say it's a brand I've come across so I too look forward to seeing how they perform.
They stopped around 2010/11 and had 2 srperate ownerships under the sane brand name with the earlier items being the best, many of which produced by Brothers and were arguably the best brand in the UK at the time.
 
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They stopped around 2010/11 and had 2 srperate ownerships under the sane brand name with the earlier items being the best, many of which produced by Brothers and were arguably the best brand in the UK at the time.
Well if companies house are anything to go by we could be seeing a resurgence in the near future! :giggle:
 

Surrey-Pyro

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Hi, seen some pretty good stashes here so far, wondered if you have any advice and recommendations for a garden firework display that will last between 5-10 minutes and consist of mostly Arial effects. I have been looking at the Celtic cat 2 stuff from the firework shop and wondered if there were any particularly good pieces. (Budget £50 -100 for whole display)
 

Firey Dave

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Hi, seen some pretty good stashes here so far, wondered if you have any advice and recommendations for a garden firework display that will last between 5-10 minutes and consist of mostly Arial effects. I have been looking at the Celtic cat 2 stuff from the firework shop and wondered if there were any particularly good pieces. (Budget £50 -100 for whole display)
I don't think you will go wrong with any of the Celtic stuff in my experience mate. I had some Vivid stuff delivered from them earlier in the year and a Celtic Happy Shepherd. They're not my usual go to shop but I'll have a look at what they currently have and see what of it I've fired over the years. Can I assume with that budget you'll be collecting and not paying delivery as well? Firework Crazy are currently offering 20% off all Celtic but I'm imagining you'd need delivery from there so probably not worth it as you'd potentially spend your saving on delivery.
 
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Surrey-Pyro

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I don't think you will go wrong with any of the Celtic stuff in my experience mate. I had some Vivid stuff delivered from them earlier in the year and a Celtic Happy Shepherd. They're not my usual go to shop but I'll have a look at what they currently have and see what of it I've fired over the years. Can I assume with that budget you'll be collecting and not paying delivery as well? Firework Crazy are currently offering 20% off all Celtic but I'm imagining you'd need delivery from there so probably not worth it as you'd potentially spend your saving on delivery.
Yeah hopefully I will collect - covid permitting
 

Firey Dave

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I've had a look and they've got loads of cat2 haven't they, I had to stop looking before I started watching videos and compiling a wishlist in my head :ROFLMAO:. I've got a colourful crossete again this year, I've had things like Ding Dong and Bite Me, Beijing Blitz and Ritzy Glitzy I had a few years ago I'm sure. I've got a Mix It Up this year too, looks a fantastic busy cake and would make a superb finale, probably looking at the higher end of your budget if you include mind as it's £28 and 35 seconds long, but in my opinion of you can get it, certainly we'll with it, I'm really looking forward to seeing this one in action this year.
 
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Hi, seen some pretty good stashes here so far, wondered if you have any advice and recommendations for a garden firework display that will last between 5-10 minutes and consist of mostly Arial effects. I have been looking at the Celtic cat 2 stuff from the firework shop and wondered if there were any particularly good pieces. (Budget £50 -100 for whole display)
I would start with a couple of Hong Kong Candles, (£2.99 each), in a 'V' formation followed by the contents of a Celtic 6 Pack, (£48.99), which has 6 barrages offering good variety to their effect types. This will take you to 3 minutes and 30 seconds. From here a Mish Mash Mini, (£27.99), gives a diverse 100 shot performance taking you to 4 minutes 30 seconds followed by something like Disco Balls, (£17.99), as a 30 second finale.

Duration - 5 minutes fired end-to-end, (no pauses). Cost - £100.95.
 

Surrey-Pyro

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Oct 26, 2018
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Surrey
I would start with a couple of Hong Kong Candles, (£2.99 each), in a 'V' formation followed by the contents of a Celtic 6 Pack, (£48.99), which has 6 barrages offering good variety to their effect types. This will take you to 3 minutes and 30 seconds. From here a Mish Mash Mini, (£27.99), gives a diverse 100 shot performance taking you to 4 minutes 30 seconds followed by something like Disco Balls, (£17.99), as a 30 second finale.

Duration - 5 minutes fired end-to-end, (no pauses). Cost - £100.95.
Hi, Do you have any recommendations for these guys as they are local.