Ball of Fire

Accessory by Alan Wong
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Ball of Fire

22.00 usd

Accessory by Alan Wong (22.00)

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Produce a flash of fire between your hands at any time!

This unit contains a retractable flash unit on a durable steel cable reel with stainless steel casing clipped onto your belt under your jacket. Note that flash cotton and other flash products are used for this effect and supply of flash cotton is not included. For example, you may add flash powder to a ball of flash cotton to create a puff of smoke in a flash that looks like a mini atomic bomb with a mushroom cloud!


Customer reviews for Ball of Fire



What a great way to get your audience to pay attention. I use sparkle powder with the flash cotton and get a great effect! I start my routine with this on stage and it makes everyone stop and watch from that moment. Great fun!!!



Awesome, low tech way to make flash appear. The gimmick is easily concealed and never noticed. The first time I used it, I was surprised at the effect!!! It is well made and great for a lot of applications.

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Reliable and simple. Was able to train actor to use during production of Mary Poppins. Very magical. Each time,



Alan always does wonderful work and this gimmick is great quality and has worked 100% of the time!


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  • Sly asks: were there any instructions included with the gimmick? mine arrived today but just the plastic box and gimmick....thnx

    • 1. Jim answers: None that I can find. Sorry!
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  • Carl asks: Does this have to have a battery or be charged? Or is it something that produces a spark when makes everything else happen?

    • 1. Jim answers: No. This uses a flint wheel (like the one in a Zippo lighter).
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