There a Nashville guy that’s looking to sell his 2 700-watt units, with cases for $900 for a pair. Says he’s buying 6, 400 watt units. The output looks really good on his video. Not sure the name brand. What’s the typical size/draw on these things?
that’s the height on the video he posted. 10feet is about what I want for my space. Thanks for the input.Typically its 3 to a circuit (20amp). That's awfully cheap so I'm assuming its knock off brand. Not sure what the 400 watt ones are, but you'd like for them to go at least 8-12ft high.
That's how it was for me at first... no one knew about em, but found a few stock images online that I used to sell it until I did my first event with them to replace the images. As soon as I got em, I asked the wedding I was doing a couple of days later if I could use them (at no cost), and that's how I got my images and videos. I bought them in December of 2018, and in 2019 I had them added on to 25 of my 56 Weddings/Sweet 16's, which means that almost half of my events had this add on. I list at $500 for 2 units ($750 for 4), but usually gets reduced to $400 since its usually part of a larger package.I'm going to try and scratch up the $$ to buy these units. I've been pitching the idea of dancing on the clouds and sparkler fountains and none of the brides in this area know anything about them, but they light up when they hear about it. I think if I can get some video of this in my room I can get some good bounce off it.
NO!!! Don’t do that, there is a company that makes those... but expect at least $5k investment for 2Taso, will these machine operate inverted? In my situation, I think it'd look better to hang these from the ceiling, between the couple and the head table, then shower down a wall of sparkles.
There's a larger version as well ..Hmm, 130-watt. A lot weaker than the other machines. I'd love to see a video. For mobile, I can understand shooting up but for any perm-install, seems it would be better to do a waterfall.