Fire Fan Specs
- Beautiful steel metalwork
- Each fan weighs 11 ounces (dry)
- Measures 20.5″ across by 14″ wide
- 4 folded 2″ wicks on a spoked fan design
- 2 rings: one for gunslinger style spinning, and one for thumb spinning
- Sold as a pair
Fire Fan Care
wick care and inspection
surface finish and moisture exposure
The finish may need to be touched up if the fans are exposed to excessive moisture (like you forgot them outside in the rain for several days). To do so simply rub vegetable oil (the same kind you cook with) onto the steel with a paper towel and let it soak overnight, wiping off any remaining extra the following day.
Fan frames and impacts
Spinning & Handling
How do I hold these Fire Fans?
Each fan includes 2 rings: one for gunslinger style spinning, and one for thumb spinning. The small ring works on your thumb for tight spinning, and the larger ring for easy 2 to 3 finger grips as you try tosses or gunslinger moves.
For traditional grip check out the photos below to see how they’re held. This is a nice secure grip that doesn’t let the fingers get trapped when doing large arm movements and dancing with the fans.
Since these are large wicks and are fairly close to the grip area, fire resistant gloves are recommended to shield from the heat.
Fire Fan Warranty
Under this warranty we agree to either: replace the defective tool; or repair the defective tool at no charge, excluding shipping costs. This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied and is the sole warranty extended by us. Our liability under this warranty is limited to the replacement or repair of tools and does not cover any responsibility for consequential or other damages and injuries of any nature.
Fire Safety Guidelines
Playing with fire is INHERENTLY DANGEROUS, and MoodHoops cannot be held liable for any injury or property damage incurred through the use of these products. If you can’t take full responsibility for the consequences of your fire spinning, don’t spin fire. Even when following all safety guidelines, fire performance could result in accidental property damage, injury, or death.
Read the NAFAA Performer Safety Guidelines for points you may not have considered, though no single document should be considered as a comprehensive fire safety and fuel safety education.
You should never handle fuel and spin fire without the following:
- Supervision of an experienced fire performer and spotter.
- Prior training on fuel safety and fire performance safety.
- Necessary safety equipment and clothing.
- An expert level of experience performing with the fire tool you will use (having practiced with it unlit).
Below are some common sense warnings to guide your own research about fire safety and fuel safety. These guidelines are not to be taken as a comprehensive safety education.
- Do not use explosive fuels. (Gasoline is explosive) Do plenty of research on the differences between different fuels. If you are unsure which fuel to use, do not attempt to perform.
- Do not leave fuel in open containers while performing. An errant cigarette ash could start a fire.
- Fuel the wick far away from the lighting and performance area.
- Spin excess fuel off of the wick, far away from the lighting and performance area.
- Do not light your own wicks.
- Do not bring freshly extinguished wicks near a fuel container.
- Do not submerge freshly extinguished wicks into fuel.