Aspire Colored Sky Lanterns (Wholesale Lot)

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by Joe R Date Added: Monday 23 April, 2012

Everyone enjoys watching the sky laterns go up in the air. These are great, but don't use on a windy day. It's almost impossible to get these to launch safely with wind. Not sure if they make the supports in something other than metal (and non-plastic) so that it would breakdown faster. As small of gauge the steel wires are, I'm sure they rust away in no time though. Overall a good product.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by sheri coleman Date Added: Friday 20 April, 2012

I bought these lanterns to use at my grandaughters 5th birthday party! One of her favorite parts in the movie "Tangled" is when they light the "floating lanterns". I was very pleased with this product. It seemed like we watched them forever as they floated off. the adults enjoyed just as much as the kids.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by fbaha Date Added: Friday 23 March, 2012

My daughters B-day party theme was " Tangled "and as a surprise we bought these laterns. My daughter, guest and myself were astonished of the how beautiful these lanterns looked in the evening sky. Thanks

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Ben "Ben" Date Added: Monday 19 March, 2012

I bought the ten pack of these at least 6 months ago and have been waiting for the right weather. Our wildlands have a high fire risk so I wanted to wait for a decent snow which has hardly come this winter. We finally got a good snow cover and the wind died down. We launched the lanterns last night. I held them over a propane-fired radiant heater (a Mr. Heater MH12T) and I would recommend a pre-heat source of some kind so the wax/paper fuel onboard the lantern doesn't have to do all the initial heat-up.A lantern like this has to be lightweight so the design must be minimalist. They could probably be improved with a more innovative fuel to add power without adding weight or expense. The paper design and construction is very good.I would prefer a biodegradable fuel holder rather than the metal wire. I think it could be done with reeds, bamboo, rattan, or wicker or something like the loop, or even a cellulose material like they make straw hats with. The wire is not that problematic since it is very thin to maintain lightweight. It is short and easily broken and doesn't present a high risk to wildlife. It should also oxidize fairly rapidly and just turn to iron oxide dust. I find fine winding wire like this discarded in junk piles in the brush and it just crumbles away, whereas thicker bailing and barbed wire persists for quite some time.The main criticism I have of these is the excessive packaging. Each lantern is packaged individually in an acetate bag. They have a paper wrap taped over the fuel square, I imagine to keep the wax from melting onto the lantern paper. And they include a bag of desicant. I can imagine that a lot of lanterns could be ruined by excess humidity, but there must be a better way to package them in bulk. Launching a fair number of these will produce a lot of trash just in the packaging, not to mention the lanterns themselves.It was very enjoyable to watch them launch with my wife and little ones. They fly so high so they look like stars, only brighter and very yellow. I can imagine launching many of them would be quite spectacular, but it would certainly take a lot of coordination and people to help in the effort. Even with the pre-heater, I could barely get a few in the sky at the same time before they were burning out. I'm just saying, don't imagine launching ten or twenty of these at the same time unless you have a lot of help that can work with fire (not little kids). Enjoy!

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by C. Schauder "chocolatechip" Date Added: Wednesday 14 March, 2012

These are so easy to use and they are beautiful. You have to be careful around trees though. We had one get caught in a tree on a windy day and the candle part just burned off. It never caught anything on fire. I love these and will be buying more.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Ryno Date Added: Wednesday 14 March, 2012

Exactley what I was hoping to buy,order came in fast and it was everything that I expected! I would recommend to anyone

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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