If you’re looking for high-quality fun pyrotechnics then you’re sure to be impressed with our extensive range, including fireworks perfect for a tight budget, or a lavish display. As one of the UK's leading suppliers of Klasek fireworks, we stock over 50 variations designed by the Czech pyrotechnic company, all of which offer something unique and dazzling.
Who Is Klasek Fireworks?
Klasek fireworks are world-renowned, having been retailing pyrotechnics since 1991 when they first started up in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. They have since made a name for themselves here in the UK as the largest company of its kind, offering the most dynamic fireworks and the highest quality goods, at an affordable price.
What sets Klasek fireworks apart is their innovative design, meaning that if you choose to include their fireworks in your display – you’re bound to create something that stands out in people’s minds for years to come!
You can purchase Klásek fireworks from our online store with free delivery available, including some of our best-selling products such as the impressive Brocade War cake, which is currently at a discounted price!
Klasek Fireworks For Sale In The UK
The main objective of Klasek fireworks is to achieve the best quality to price ratio where the quality exceeds the price. The brand uses quality and clean compositions and focuses on the functionality of each individual product along with safety and inspection. The range of Klasek fireworks at Let’s Party Fireworks is a result of completely unique development with new ideas, technical solutions and innovations applied.
To get the most out of your fireworks, you need to make sure you’re ensuring the safety of yourself and your guests. To make sure everything goes smoothly and you guarantee the safety of yourself and the people around you, you should follow any safety instructions that come with your Klasek Fireworks including the following tips:
You should keep your fireworks in a closed, fireproof box and take them out one at a time, closing the box immediately after removal
Never keep fireworks in your pocket
Never give fireworks to children
Carefully read and comply with the safety instructions on each firework
Only one person should be in charge of the fireworks
Always light fireworks at arm’s length and stand well back
Never return to a lit firework that has failed to fire
Hold sparklers in a gloved hand one at a time. When finished, put the sparkler hot end down in a bucket of water
Make sure there is a safe distance between the firework and those watching – your fireworks should include a safe watch distance
Never throw fireworks
Klasek Fireworks FAQs
What equipment do you need when lighting Klasek Fireworks?
There are useful items that you will need on the night of your firework display. These include:
Bucket of water
Container of soft earth to support some fireworks
A board to support flat bottomed fireworks
Supports for Catherine Wheels
Launchers for rocket fireworks
Portfires or other suitable lighters
Can I still let my Klasek Fireworks off if it’s raining?
Although rain won’t affect the performance of the firework once it’s been lit, it’s essential that you keep your fireworks dry before the ignition. If you don’t need to lay all your fireworks out beforehand, then we recommend keeping your fireworks indoors and setting them off one by one.
If you’re putting on a professional display with your Klasek Fireworks UK and wish to layout your fireworks beforehand, you should leave it as late as possible to do so. In this case, we recommend waterproofing your fireworks by placing them in plastic bags and removing them just before lighting. Alternatively, you can wrap each firework in cling film so that you can leave it outside whilst wrapped. Then, when it comes to firing, simply light the fuse through the film or tear a hole to expose it.
How should I dispose of the firework carcass once it has fired?
Before grabbing the firework, you should double-check that all your fireworks have fired completely and that there are no live tubes left behind. There should only be cardboard tubes and outer shells left. Once you’ve confirmed all have been fired, you can simply dispose of them in your black bin or burn them outdoors.