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Fire Poi and Staff info.
Choosing Fire Staff Length (1)
Measure from the floor to your chest/armpit. Pick the staff closest to that. If you are into contact staff (if you don't know what that means ignore this) then measure from the floor to your chin/eyes. Pick something around that length. ;) The simple way to pick the right length/size fire staff/stick.
Choosing Fire Staff Length
Choosing the right length staff is personal. We can give you a good guideline though of what is a good length in general or for a beginner. We’ll run you through some different staffs. Basic fire staff. If you are new to fire spinning, a basic fire staff is a great first prop to get. The most ideal length would be from the ground up to your sternum, or if it fits under your armpit it’s a good size.
Choosing Fire Poi length.
As a general guide hold your arm out in front of you and measure from the handles of the poi up to your arm pit. That's a good length as it will allow you to do horizontal plane tricks. When your poi are shorter, you’ll be able to do some faster spinning but the flame will be closer to you ;)
How long does the Kevlar Fire Wick last?
Our Kevlar Wick offers super long lasting flames. The Kevlar absorbs the fuel. Once lit, the fuel is burnt but he Kevlar is in tact as it is fire resistant. So you'll get well over 100 burns out of the Kevlar. Lots of fiery fun!
How do I choose the right length Contact Staff?
If you're a beginner to Contact Staff we recommend from the ground to your third eye. This will give you lots of room for your shoulders, back and most importantly for the flames to be a bit further away from your face which is a bit scary when starting out. As always length is personal preference and more advanced contact spinners might prefer a shorter staff to around chin height, which will be more responsive, lighter and faster.
Choosing Dragon Staff Length
Choosing the right Dragon Staff length comes down to your style and experience, here’s our guide: If you’re a beginner we would recommend a Dragon Staff up to your eyebrows/third eye, it will generally be a bit slower and easier for you to learn with. For more advanced dragon spinners you might like a shorter dragon up to your chin height as it will be faster and lighter. For Partner dragon you will want a dragon 180cm or longer.
What size fire wicks should I choose?
The smaller the wick the smaller the flame, the bigger the wick the bigger the flame. For a complete beginner, our 50mm wick is a good option. It will give you a nice flame to get into and used to fire spinning. Ideal for the novice twirler. The 75mm wick is our most popular size and with a bit more weight and a bit bigger flame you’ll be happy with them as a beginner and as you advance. If you choose the 100mm wick you are up for some bigger flames! If you feel confident and already have exp