Brightstar's smallest box, contains 13 small-medium sized fireworks including 2 wheels, 9 fountains and 2 10 shot candles, with nec varying from 3g (smallest wheel) to 20g (the larger fountains). Overall the box contains 165g nec.
i agree, we've got it as either a filler or for times when people don't know we're having fireworksIt's a toddlers box for kids who don't like excess noise, and to this end they've removed Mini Cuckoo (this whistles loudly). It's alright for introducing a little one to fireworks tho'
but generally if you want lots of aerial stuff you won't get a box, you'd get a barrage pack. So even without much aerial, i still think brightstar is great if you can get it for the right priceTrue and their boxes don't have much aerial stuff unless you go to £70 and up
Tnt put a good amount of aerial stuff in their master blaster but yes if supermarkets had a good barrage pack for say £50 I would get itbut generally if you want lots of aerial stuff you won't get a box, you'd get a barrage pack. So even without much aerial, i still think brightstar is great if you can get it for the right price
They do in their boxes and I remember once asda sold a decent looking barrage pack for £50 if it was decent I don't know but tnt don't really have many barrage packsif a supermarket had a bright star barrage pack half price i thing many people would get it tbh.
TNT don't put that much aerial in, no more than bright star really