Abyss is a premium quality multishot firework from Bright Star’s Connoisseur Range (which is a ‘high end’ range of fireworks introduced in 2012). It is a 32 shot Barrage Firework with multi-effects including red palms, gold spiders and blue Pearls. This firework is notable for its excellent colour range, but aside from that it contains a most brilliant circular finale ‘party-piece’. Abyss is best fired on its own. Don’t make your audience avert their eyes from this excellent piece.
This is a very red firework complemented by some very vibrant gold bursts. Everything about it is high quality. The best thing about Ambush are the clarity of the bursts – you’ll know that you’re watching a premium-level firework with the Ambush, and it will open your eyes to the different levels of category 3 fireworks available to you.
This is a medium-size 43 shot multishot cake with everything you could ever want from a firework in this price range. It’s wide and it’s narrow, it’s colourful and crackling. It also has a very good variation of pace and noise. Quite simply a terrific addition to any fireworks display. The name and the packaging imply Hallowe’en, but this firework could be used for birthdays, weddings or Bonfire Night, but perhaps not if noise is an issue – it contains some devilish screechers! If you like the idea of this firework with it’s noise and colour contrasts, check out The Intimidator by Fantastic Fireworks.
Atomic Reactor is a multishot firework and consists of spiralling comets which break into huge coloured stars and crackles. Atomic Reactor also has a good duration for the amount of shots it has, 37 shots spread over 50 seconds, and with the good mix of effects and moderate pace lets you truly see the beauty of this item.