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berry1

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Oct 7, 2012
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War Hawks completely! the breaks are equally sized to King-Dom rockets not as good hang time admittedly but for so much cheaper than King-Doms. I would say War Hawks are the best value fireworks of 2012 :)
 

pyro-rob

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Oct 13, 2012
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I want to get some war hawks I think they are £10 where I go, i might get some cas they look good on videos
 

jps24

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For me it has to be Starring by Brothers,7.50 for 16 amazing shots + its cat2 so i put it at the front of the display ( bought a whole case for this year for the opener!)
 

pyro-rob

Royal Knight the 3rd
Oct 13, 2012
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I think you could spends all your value savings by using petrol to get to the deals depending on where you live though.
 

pyroman

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jps24 said:
For me it has to be Starring by Brothers,7.50 for 16 amazing shots + its cat2 so i put it at the front of the display ( bought a whole case for this year for the opener!)
Lol I got starring for £4.50:p
 

pyro-rob

Royal Knight the 3rd
Oct 13, 2012
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Ye but cost is different as well mind. I find value varys where ever you go on any firework.
 

berry1

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Just to point out that 1.4G Pyromeshed is 1.3G out the box so not all 1.4G is technically bad :p.
 

Firework Empire

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Yes there isnt much difference between 1.3g & 1.4g cakes under £15.00

However there is a massive difference when you compaire cakes over £50

1.4g Rockets just go puff and only have a 120 degree burst

compaired to a 1.3g rockets with a 360 degree burst with a big bang