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If you have ever tried to video yourself fire twirling at night with a regular sized wick, you will find that it is a little difficult to fully portray the spinning of the stick. I have purchased in the past a glow staff to overcome this problem, however the LEDs usually don't give off enough light to light you or your hands up. This stick solves these problems and look very good on video.
The down side to this stick is that the metal that makes up the stick heats up a lot more, and will burn you if you don't keep your hands on the grip.
The wick is also very awkward to soak in fuel, and I recommend having a cloth handy to prevent the fuel from leaking onto the grip while you are trying to soak the other side.
Check out my first session with this stick - http://youtu.be/Ou9ecD6CGZs
The best spin off i have ever experienced, watchers told me that from all angles i was engulfed in the flame. Highly reccomended, very hot but if you keep moving not a problem. Thankyou threeworlds!
Great, fantastic staff !
Huge flames, huge heat also ;o)
Definitely not for beginners, professionnals, this is probably your new-one !
Great finition, good kevlar, great ignition !
Ive been twirling for a year or so now and decided to get something different. This was the what i decided to start playing with and i haven't looked back yet! The stick is amazing the flames look quite intense when people are watching it. The photos i have seen taking when i'm playing with this staff as well are out of this world. You do need to keep this thing going at a constant speed though or you do get a good chance of a toasty hand though. But other then that its good fun!
these sticks are brilliant, they are used a lot around the coast of thailand (but made of wood and occasionally asbestos..gll), and those boys can seriously spin. you haven't seen speed until you've watched the thai twirl. and with the whole stick lit up, the performances are just incredible.
you definitely need to modify some technique though if you're used to rolling over your hands haha you get a bit of a shock if you do one roll too far