fire dragon staff
$345.00 – $405.00
22mm carbon fiber tube with aluminum sleeve ends. Max length is 63".
Gora removable dragon hubs with removable spokes, wicked by me, with a good bit more than what comes standard. 5+ minute burn time with straight white gas when new.
Fire is dangerous. Please don't spin fire alone. Please ask questions if you're new and i can point you towards proper safety information, or check out the fire safety training from FAI
wizardgrip is a spongy natural rubber yoga mat. It has a nice amount of cushion, but is firm enough that you wont lose the stick in softness. Its downside is its longevity and complexity to replace. It lasts 4 months-2 years, depending on use and storage (wizardgrip is allergic to being left in the sun) Because i glue it on, replacing it requires some staff shaving and sanding. i do regrips for 35-50usd plus shipping, depending on staff size, or i sell rolls of grip, and can talk you thru the process if you want to do it yourself. wizardgrip comes in black, purple, navy, and olive
exGrip is a soft, thermoplastic elastomer tape that feels like a very grippy velvet. It’s quite thin, so you really feel the stick. It lasts about the same as wizard, but is more simple to replace. The tape usually peels off cleanly, but may require the use of a solvent (i use isopropyl) to get all of the residue off. exGrip comes in black.
goat grip is a firm synthetic rubber. It has a thickness between the other two, is heavy, just a little less grippy, can be abrasive at first, but has the benefit of lasting for years and years. goat grip comes in black and is 10-20usd more expensive per stick.
I try my best to get orders out as quickly as possible, but i am a one person shop and sometimes there are delays. I will be communicative about any issues that will cause an order to take longer than ten days to build and process.
If you have a particular timeframe where you 'need' your prop, ie upcoming festival or gig, it is best practice to check in before you buy to make sure i can meet your timeframe, or at least leave a note in the checkout process, so that i can adjust my prioritization and communication.
I like to send pics of completed orders before i ship them out to ensure that colors are right and you are getting what you want. There is a field in the checkout process for you to let me know the best way to send you pics. Once i send pics, i usually wait a day or two for a response before i just go ahead and ship.