Ready-assembled, these quiet, safe and eco-friendly firework alternatives soar up to a mile high for 15-20 minutes, before floating to Earth.
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ECO Flying Lanterns add an exciting element to any event.
Birthdays, weddings, barbeques, parties, Christenings, New Year, Diwali, Bonfire Night, music festivals, the list goes on and on!
It is believed that wishes written on the lanterns will rise up to the heavens and become true!
Once airborne, they will fly for 15-20 minutes and can rise over a mile high whilst being visible to a whole multitude of people.
The flight ends when all the fuel has burnt and the flame subsides.
Then, as the air in the lantern cools, it will gently float to the ground.
Light up your life, all while not waking the neighbours!
The metal wire holding the non-drip fuel cell in place has been replaced with an ECO friendly flame-retardant string.
The new material is ECO friendly and 100% bio-degradable.
ECO Lanterns are environmentally friendly and do not endanger the well-being of animals!
A quieter, gentle and safer alternative to fireworks, soar to new heights!
* Flame resistant paper.
* 100% biodegradable.
* Lantern measures 56 x 56 x 74cm when fully inflated.
* Fuelled for 15-20 minutes of flying time.
* Flying Lanterns are safe when used correctly, but are not toys and should not be used by children.
Your Sky Lantern has been especially imported from China where they are known as ‘Kong Ming Deng’, named after the leader of the three kingdom of China 184AD – 280AD.
When he was surrounded by enemies, he watched the wind direction and used these floating lanterns to send out as signals for help.
The lanterns were then used by ordinary people, who used them to convey their wishes to heaven.
It is considered good luck to release a Sky Lantern, which symbolizes your worries and your problems floating away.
Traditionally, Sky Lanterns are offered to temples and monks, as the people believe that they will receive enlightenment in return; the flame of the lantern is said to symbolize wisdom and the lanterns light guides them to the ‘right path’.
Health and safety
* Never launch Flying Lanterns in windy conditions.
* Never launch in a confined space.
* Never attempt to use this product while under the influence of alcohol.
* Never use near airports or under flight paths.
* Do not attempt to launch a damaged lantern e.g. if ripped or torn.
* Not suitable for children under 16 years of age.
* Once the lantern is lit, filled with hot air and released it will not return to the ground until the fuel source has been exhausted.
* Never ignite the lantern close to anything flammable or combustible.
Each individually-wrapped lantern is ready-assembled.