Archive for the ‘Buy Fireworks Online’ Category
To run us home to Bonfire night, I give you a series of 7 articles, based around what I’ve fired. Each of them sets the simple theme of a nominal budget, and suggestions about what to buy and fire on that budget. Essentially, whatever you have is enough to have fun! The budgets will be £50, £100, £250, £500, £750, £1000 and £5000. I’ll start with £50. Your basic, budget-budget- Cat 3, as always. For those crunching with the times! Basic, cheap and cheerful, but still a great way to enjoy a family display.
Starter – Epic Fireworks “LAVA” – £5.40
Start off with a fountain! This has a nice duration, warms people up and builds the anticipation as the plume builds.
Next- Majestic Fireworks “ACTION ZONE” – £8.10
For quality of breaks, duration and colour at under a tenner, this takes some beating. With comets, coloured starts, twinkle and 1.3G volume on the breaks it’s a great way of getting peoples attention.
Middle order- This is a budget display, so use a few ROCKETS! Epic Fireworks “SUPREME” at £12.50 gives you a variety of effects, booming bangs and the popular woosh and burst – and keeps the display going for a few minutes- just what you need.
Pre-Finale- Epic Fireworks “MAD MOTH” £7.95 – Another great cake, 5 sets of 5 effects, another amazing value piece, and pacey, which is what you need to set up your finale of..
Paramount Fireworks “FRAGMA” £17.45 – Big, big breaks, lingering burst size and volume and sheer quality. A great one to end your show on.
And there we have it. Even a small budget can produce a great little show. Enjoy.
Article by Titanium Pyro
I will be getting my pyro online this year, because for a person like me it makes so much more sense. Don’t get me wrong, I love shopping but I’m busy, and its so much easier to research browse and shop from my own desktop, and know that a reliable supplier is going to be sending me my fireworks. Its a buzz as well getting a good delivery right near bonfire night!
So, who can I trust for my pyro? Well, Epic certainly comes to mind. I’ve bought off them before and never been let down, and checking out their YouTube channel it seems they are well stocked for the season, and I mean REALLY well stocked. What I’d give for a stash like that!
Check this out:
For those who don’t like the videos, check out the photos below. The classic warehouse full of goods – and it’s all fireworks! A fair few of these will be going off over the skys of Yorkshire this autumn!
I’ll give you all five of my tips for buying fireworks online:
1. Find a website. Well, duh! But really, find a website – www.firework-review.org.uk and www.pyrosociety.org.uk both have a sponsors section, as does www.fireworks-mag.org. Check out their forums and ask for advice too.
2. Spend time on the website, and on forums – ask people for their advice. Mega bumper bargain selections may be great value – or may not be – just do your research.
3. Research done, set a reasonable budget. If need be, contact the shop by email – ask them if they could do you a deal at that budget, or pehaps throw a few freebies in too.
5. Plan ahead to receive your delivery. Be sure you are in for it, and have the space ready for your short term storage – good advice is to have a delvery very near the date of your display – you can still order well in advance and have it delivered nearer the time. A good WELL STOCKED shop will have your order ready and have it accurate – a smaller, understocked shop may well run out.