Monkey Fist Fire Poi
Step up your fire poi performance with a pair of Monkey Fist Fire Poi! This poi set is available in three different wick sizes and features pure Kevlar wicks!
Light and durable, our Monkey Fist Fire Poi are made with top quality wick material and hardened steel chain. Wicks are crafted to burn long and bright to their very end.
You can control your fire flow art poi with the double-looped leather grip that’s attached to a thin steel chain. A hardened welded steel chain gives you more balance without sacrificing reliability. Bearing swivels connect the chain and grip therefore your chain won’t kink or curl while spinning. Get ready to make awesome fire orbitals!
Monkey Fist Fire Poi leave a stunning comet-like tail as they spin, creating beautiful circles of fire. Poi comes to us from the Maori people of New Zealand.
Your Fire Poi set includes:
- (2) Monkey Fist Fire Poi with Kevlar Wicks
Monkey Fist Fire Poi Features
- Double-Looped Grip made from black leather.
- Bearing Swivel Chain attachments that allow for awesome orbitals.
- Replaceable Kevlar Wicks crafted to burn long and bright.
Fire Poi Specifications
Wick Sizes: 2.5” (65 mm), 3” (75 mm), 3.3” (85 mm)
Burn Time: Up to 8 minutes
Wick Material: Kevlar Cord
Wick Burn Temperature: 2200°F (1200°С)
Chain: 1.5 mm Hardened & Welded Steel
Chain Connectors: Bearing Swivels
- Small – 5.4 oz (150 g)
- Medium – 8.9 oz (250 g)
- Large – 12.9 oz (365 g)
Price is per pair!
What is a Monkey Fist?
A monkey fist is a type of knot that looks somewhat like a small bunched fist. Monkey fist knots have a nice weight and are easy to throw, making them great for fire spinning wicks. Learn more about the Monkey Fist Knot on Wikipedia.
Fire Safety Tips
Before you begin practicing fire flow art with your fire poi please be prepared and confident. Most importantly, so nobody gets injured wear tighter fitting clothes 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.
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