The Levistick (or Flow Stick) is an adaptation of the Dancing Cane, a classic magic trick possibly dating back to as early as the1800’s. The adaptation of the dancing cane to be used as a fire prop is fairly recent, maybe in the last 5 years. The name Levistick is also a new term which has surfaced in the last 5 years or so, as far as I know. Flow Stick maybe the last year or two. I think the name of this prop should be Fire Dancing Cane, so the name represents its historical roots.
This levistick is only for practice, not for fire. The decorated fiberglass rod is fixed to a thin string which becomes invisible from distance with an appropriate background. It is a perfect toy, even for children. It is great fun for everybody! It's very light, only 10g.—handle the string carefully. The string is made of clear fishing line.
total length 70 cm, 48 cm string
weight 74 grams
solid fiberglass rod 8 mm
Gora, handmade in Hungry