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Demolition is a huge 3″ shell on a stick, producing an monstrous gold corolla with blue pistil.
Amazeballs has a professional style spherical break of beautiful blue stars with lemon to white to lemon strobe – stunning !
Another fabulous 3″ professional style shell burst rocket from Tai Pan. Hard Hitter bursts with blue stars and gold tentacles.
Our best selling rocket pack ever ! Five mixed effect rockets from Pyro King to rival War hawks, colourful and very loud !
Four stunning 3″ professional style shell burst rockets from Tai Pan, with each rocket producing a different effect.
The Messenger rocket produces one of the biggest brocade bursts you’ll see and this listing is for FOUR rockets.
Six of our stunning 3″ shell rockets, 2 x Demolition, 2 x Amazeballs and 2 x Hard Hitter, half price, for just £75.
All of our big rockets have been hand-picked, product by product, and chosen for their impact, quality and overall wow-factor. There’s a big rocket for every occasion; so, find the right big rocket for you and give your special moment the bang it deserves. The majority of our big rockets reach heights of up to 30 metres, perfect for large or public displays, creating both impact and entertainment.
We stock big rockets from multiple brands including Tai-Pan, Pyro King, Brothers Pyrotechnics and Absolute Fireworks. We recommend any brand that we sell on our website due to their high-quality fireworks which are thoroughly tested for both quality and safety. We work closely with each supplier, ensuring that we have the newest and most popular big rockets in our stock. We occasionally have special offers on selected products, these offers are only available for a limited time.
Did you know that the first big rockets date all the way back to ancient China where the first instances of gunpowder were created around 2000 years ago? For many centuries they were used to celebrate and wow citizens, becoming a staple of celebration, especially at the new year. It wasn’t until much later on that the western world picked up on their creation. Europe was infamous for taking Chinas ideas, like the crossbow and wheelbarrow, and fireworks and gunpowder weren’t an exception. The first use of fireworks in England was at a royal wedding in the 13th century, between King Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, in 1486. Nowadays fireworks are used for many occasions across the world, with people in the United Kingdom spending an average of £15 million on fireworks each year.
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