Fire Flower Stick / Fire Devil Stick
The Fire Flower Stick is an excellent beginner fire prop, as your hands have more distance prop the Kevlar wicks than many other props! With years of development, this prop has been perfectly crafted for even the most experienced flower stick spinners.
A “Space Tech” 7075 Aluminum Alloy makes up the core. Which has the same tensile strength as steel, but is light and flexible like aluminum. The surface of the Fire Flower Stick and the flowers are made of heatproof silicone. It is highly heat resistant, but not to a continuous flame. When spinning, flowers weighted for optimal momentum.
The basic handstick has aluminum rod base and a silicone cover. It is strong and reliable. But the specialty fire handstick is an incredible unique addition. While it makes playing somewhat more challenging, it gives a spectacular stage presence by bringing the previously invisible on stage to be included in your spin style.
Optionally add the unique Cross Stick or Dragon Stick! Interested in only the Dragon Stick? Find that here → https://sacredflowart.com/product/fire-dragon-stick/
Fire Flower Stick / Fire Devil Stick Specifications
- Length: 24″ (60 cm)
- Weight: 10 oz (280 g)
- Tubing: 7075 Aluminum Tubing
- Kevlar Wicks: 2″ (50 mm) Tall
- Length: 17.75″ (45 cm)
- Material: Aluminum
- Coating: Heat-Resistant Silicone
- Fire Handsticks: 100% Kevlar Wicks
- Do not keep the stick vertically. Spin it or keep it horizontally!
- Keep the silicone away from the fire liquid.
- The silicone can become slippery in cold or wet environments.
- Do not use white spirit, benzene or alcohol based liquids.
Fire Safety Tips
Practicing fire flow art requires preparation and confidence. Most importantly, wear tighter-fitting clothes to prevent injury and never burn alone! Please review the Home of Poi Fire Safety Guidelines for detailed information on fuels, safety procedures and basic first aid for burns.
Spinning fire in public spaces can be dangerous, and you are responsible for any and all damage to property and injury to yourself and others. The North American Fire Arts Association has resources for fire artists including safety, insurance and guidelines for obtaining fire permits.