Reviews on Fire Whip 6ft

 
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10th October, 2018
Fire whip is where it's at
"Fire whip is definitely a crowd pleaser! Holds lots of fuel and has a great crack! Be careful not to hit on concrete too much or kevlar will fray."
Fire whip is where it's at
, USA  [Verified Buyer]
GOLD Member since Nov 2017

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8th September, 2017
Great item!!
"Looks exactly like the picture, the handle is firm and has a really good grip on it. Haven't been able to light it yet as still practicing, will write another review if I can once I have lit it. This is my first whip and I think it's perfect for a beginner, highly recommend! Happy whipping guys!!"
, United Kingdom  [Verified Buyer]
SILVER Member since Jun 2017

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27th July, 2017
good craftsmanship and performamce
"I have had the fire whip for bout two weeks now and I have to say, it seems like good craftsmanship on the handle, whip, and tail section. I love that you need to buy the handle only once and buy wicks seperately. I have not personally lit it on fire yet since I'm still practicing, but it was very nice of the company to send fire safety and basic videos for it as well along with replacement tail cracking sections. I would recommend this item."
, USA  [Verified Buyer]
BRONZE Member since Feb 2015

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19th July, 2016
A+
"I used to make my own whips, which were more akin to a stock whip. This style whip is more akin to a bullwhip. The stiffer whip near the base makes for much easier overhead cracks. It's a relatively cheap, really good whip."
, USA  [Verified Buyer]
SILVER Member since Apr 2016

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11th July, 2016
Great Fire Whips
"They do not last as long as a handmade whip I bought from a competitor, but boy oh boy they hold much more fuel for a huge first crack fireball. I am on my 4th in about 2 years of frequent use."
, USA  [Verified Buyer]
GOLD Member since Jul 2014

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10th October, 2018
Replacement fits perfect
"These are fantastic whips with about a minutes worth of burn time with white gas, while not being as easy to wield as a braided whip. The only BIG draw back is they will fall apart in about a year with regular use. The design flaw I see is how the thong connects to the fall. It s not really a fixable design flaw given these aren t traditionally designed & braided whips so energy doesn t move through the whip as elegantly as say a braided Kevlar whip would (braided will have a MUCH less intense burn & burn time). Given that, it puts more stress than it should into that key point. For the price however? I m happy to replace the thong once a year. Will likely just make my next thong based off these given the Karaka design is far simpler than a braided whip. Fire whips are NOT a cheap fire toy no matter what you try to do. From the fuel, storage, to keeping your equipment in good repair. Still, I wouldn t have it any other way."
Replacement fits perfect
, USA  [Verified Buyer]
GOLD Member since Mar 2016