The important factors to consider when selecting a fire leviwand are size, weight, consistent balance, burn time, minimized exposed metal, and leash durability.These wands come with a default short-string setup (with swivel and Shadow Cord fingerloop). If you would like a long-string setup, select Extra Shadow Cord from the options below.
The Heavy Wand is made of steel, making it very strong and resistant to bending. Its weight gives the wand stability on moves like perches, and makes it less affected by winds and fuel weight. It is generally preferred by short string wand spinners
The Light Wand is made of 7075-T6 aluminum, which is twice as hard to bend as most other types of aluminum available. Its light weight makes it extremely responsive to sharp changes in direction. It is generally preferred by long string wand spinners.Wicks
This wand comes with a short-string leash attached. If you are a long-string wander, you can add an extra 20ft of Shadow Cord to your order to make your wand leash length perfect for your style.
If you wish to restring your Leviwands, we recommend using a Double Fisherman's Knot. Click here for an animated guide on this knot.Handle
1) A loop made out of Shadow Cord. You can feed the loop between two fingers and then fold the loop down around the two fingers to tighten it in place, or wrap it around your arm or wrist.
2) A leather fingerloop. This cinches around a finger, and people generally find it more comfortable than a Shadow Cord loop.
3) A PomGrip. This is a small silicone knob that fits comfortably in the hand. Some creative wand spinners have begun playing around with Leviwand tosses (much like one would do poi tosses with ball handles), and PomGrips allow for that.
4) UltraKnobs made by UltraPoi, are rechargeable RGB LED silicone handles. This knob can be set to any of the colors of the rainbow, as well as strobe patterns that create intricate light trails while you spin.
* Burn times are estimated based on recorded burns using pure "white gas" / Coleman's Liquid Camp Fuel. Actual burn times may vary based on individual spinning style, length of fuel soak, and other factors.