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WHAT'S OUR BIGGEST FOUNTAIN?

WHAT'S OUR BIGGEST FOUNTAIN?

We often get asked "what's our biggest and longest-lasting fountain"?

Bellagio Fountain by Black Cat Fireworks

Well, the answer has to be the super massive Bellagio Fountain by Black Cat Gold Collection (This is part of the Black Cat Fireworks range, but focuses on the higher performing premium end of fireworks range they offer.

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To give you an idea of the sheer size, we have taken a photo of the Bellagio fountain against a tin of coca cola. Yep, that's big!

Bellagio Fountain by Black Cat Fireworks

Please note - this firework fountain is deemed "top-heavy" due to the size and shape and is more likely to fall / wobble over, so please make sure the firework can't fall over and is fully secured before lighting.

Bellagio Fountain by Black Cat Fireworks

Not only is it the biggest fountain we sell, it also lasts for over two and a half minutes in duration with a massive range of effects and colours, and some of the effects, reaching ten metres plus in height - check out the video below.

Another added bonus is that the Bellagio fountain is classed as a garden firework where you will need a minimum safety distance of 8 metres - so you can enjoy this amazing long lasting fountain safely in your garden along with your family and friends.

Bellagio Fountain by Black Cat Fireworks

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