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Mid Summer Dream 8/1

Product ID : 19533
Price: $69.81

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Category: 200 gram repeater
Case Packing: 8 pieces per case
Number of Shots: 12 shots
Duration: 30 seconds (Average)
Type: Straight Fire
Effects: Crackling, Tails, Bouquet, Palms, Pistils
Colors: Gold, Blue, Silver
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Retail Price: $36.00 per piece
Case Price: $69.81
Item Number: 19533
Manufacturer: AFW

Description:

Crackling tails to blue bouquets with silver palm pistils.

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Reviewed by Bgbucks01
07/03/2016 - 08:31:06 PM
Yes sir!!
Love this cake! It's breaks are bigger and bangs are louder than some 500 gram cakes from WFBOOM. Plus the crackling tail on the way up.....awesome! Getting another case of this and a case of Aquarian to add to my finale next year! Can't wait!
Reviewed by n3oqo
11/17/2015 - 04:30:23 PM
Sweet tails and blue color
Love this cake. Used it this past year with Aquarians on a board. Everyone loved the crackling lift on these. Need another case or two for next year.
ANY small cake needs braced or don't use them. I suggest a piece of plywood and some liquid nails. Glue them down and fuse some together and all you have to do is light one fuse, there is no tip over danger, and you get a few minutes of nonstop fun. Bricks work very well to secure a small cake as well.
Reviewed by mguerra
12/16/2014 - 03:35:40 PM
lovely
ABC
Always brace cakes. So they won't tip over. Then enjoy them! These have very pretty breaks, one of my favorite 200 gram items. I tape two together, connect them with fast grey paper fuse, space these two packs forty feet apart, and shoot them on one cue.I have two sets of them on the following video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUP2tfJWxkw
At 9:20 and also at 9:54
Reviewed by banana
08/11/2014 - 04:36:10 AM
Safety concern
This is a pretty cool piece. However, I lit one on a flat asphalt surface and it tipped over half-way through. It stood itself upright before the final shots. I was lucky that no one was hit. Although fun to watch, it's not worth the safety hazard and I will not purchase this one again.