Gora Fire fly
The Fire Fly is a tricky pocket-sized fire toy
It is made mainly for dancers, but it can be used as a nice magic trick or for manipulation.
The Fire Fly is a little fire head on a thin chain connected together between two spring cages made of steel.
There are two different spring cages with different length of chain.
It can also be used as a "mono poi" when open and has an adjustable length. The spring cages are fixed to the fingers with a leather loop. The size of the loop is changeable with its screw to suit anyone's finger.
It's a light toy, weighing only 150g.
- Do not use the loop too tight, you have to take it off easily in your own in case of emergency.
- Keep the leather loop away from paraffin. If it sucks up some paraffin accidentally, DO NOT USE the Fire Fly!
spring chain coil
wick 100% kevlar 1.0 inch wide X 1.0inch
burn time 1-3 minutes
leather finger finger loop
hand made by Gora, Hungery
Safety InformationHand candles
FIRE SAFETY & FUEL
Do not use a hand candle while wearing polyester scarves
or other highly flammable clothing. Make sure that
the flames never come in contact with your clothing
or costume. Always have spotter/assistant
carefully watching your performance and they must
have fire extinguisher (CO2) and fire blanket (large wet
bath towel 100% cotton), on hand in case of a fire. Costume fires can start out of the performers sight
and can cause serious injury or death.
Kerosene or lamp oil (paraffin) is recommended, for your
hand candles. White gas (Coleman camping fuel)
burns very hot, is highly flammable and is not
recommended for hand candles. You can also use
denatured alcohol, which has a very cool flame, without vmuch smoke or order, but produces a weak flame. You
can try 50/50 mixture of denatured alcohol lamp oil,
this works quite well.
To apply fuel to wick either dunk wicks in a container or
pour/squirt on the fuel.� Make sure the wicks are
thoroughly shaken out to remove excess fuel before
lighting up. Take care that no fuel is on the flat
metal flame guard before you light your hand candles.
After burning, let wicks thoroughly cool off before
refueling them. To increase the lifespan of the
wick, always blow out the candles before all the fuel
burns out of the wick.