These amazing fireworks come in a pack of two and spin around with dazzling colours and effects.

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If you’re looking for a fun and festive way to light up your garden this year, look no further than the Tri colour Catherine wheels! These amazing fireworks come in a pack of two and spin around with dazzling colours and effects.

You’ll love the white to red, white to green and titanium flower patterns that create a stunning spectacle in the night sky. And the best part is, they’re low noise, so you don’t have to worry about disturbing your neighbours or pets. They’re perfect for a small garden fireworks display that everyone can enjoy.

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Rocketshop FAQ

  • What's the difference between 1.3G & 1.4 G fireworks?

    The difference between 1.4g and 1.3g is the percentage of flash powder in the fireworks. 1.4g fireworks will have less than 5% flash powder and 1.3g has more than 5% flash powder. More flash means bigger bursts more bang and more volatility, so you need to be careful when storing and shipping. 

  • What is the diffrence between an F2 and F3 firework in the UK?

    According to UK legislation, Category F2 fireworks are fireworks which present a low hazard and low noise level and which are intended for outdoor use in confined areas¹. On the other hand, Category F3 fireworks are fireworks which present a medium hazard, which are intended for outdoor use in large open areas and whose noise level is not harmful to human health¹.

  • What is a compound firework?

    A compound firework is a type of firework that consists of several single ignition fireworks linked together. This allows for multiple effects to be achieved with a single ignition. The fuse is lit at a single point, which sets off each firework in order. This provides a convenient and hassle-free way to enjoy a variety of firework effects without having to light multiple fireworks individually.

  • How long will fireworks keep for?

    Fireworks will be fine for many years provided they are kept cool and dry.

  • What is the latest time I can set off fireworks?

    In the UK, 11pm is the curfew for most nights but there are extensions for November 5th (midnight), Diwali, Chinese New Year and New Year’s Eve (1am)

  • Do I need a license to hold a fireworks display?

    In the UK, no license or permit is required to hold a fireworks display. However, it is advised to let your neighbors and owners of pets or livestock nearby know the date and time of your display.

  • Do you deliver fireworks?

    Sorry, Fantastic Fireworks North does not deliver fireworks – this is a Click and Collect site only. Fireworks ordered on the site can be collected from ‘The Northwich Rocketshop, Runcorn Road, Barnton, Northwich, Cheshire, CW8 4EL 

  • What are some safety tips for using fireworks?

    Always read and follow label directions, never experiment with homemade fireworks, never relight a “dud” firework (wait 20 minutes and then soak it in a bucket of water), never give fireworks to small children, always have an adult supervise fireworks activities, never point or throw fireworks at another person, keep a bucket of water or a garden hose handy in case of fire or other mishap. 

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