We’ve not been massive fans of Halloween in the past, but when I w approached to review the Chillistick Halloween Fog Pack I really couldn’t resist the chance to try out the new phone and its camera on some spooky effects.
The Halloween Fog Pack comes with everything you need for some awesome foggy fun. There’s a pitcher to make out of this world drinks, a cauldron, a pumpkin face bucket and the chillistick containers you need to manage the dry ice safely. We got a 4kg pack of dry ice for a review, you can bump up the amount you go for if you’re planning a whole evening of entertainment.
We had huge amounts of fun, and I got to play with my Huawei P20 Pro and its extreme slow motion loads. And given we explained all about the dry ice to the younger children I think we can claim that it was an excellent educational activity too. (There is an educational section on the Chillistick website too.)
You get sent gloves and a funnel for filling the Chillistick holders. The dry ice comes in a cool box that I think is going to come in very handy for keeping things cool next summer when we’re camping 😉
Here are the funnel and dry ice holder shots – wear gloves, dry ice can give a nasty burn. (There’s a good instruction leaflet in with the set. Read it before you get started.)
Once you’ve got the dry ice loaded into the holder, then you can put it into the variety of holders in the pack. Here we were playing with the jug and some fab lighting effects.
And what’s the point of dry ice and a storming camera if you can’t play with extreme slow motion effects? So I did 🙂
If you’re a big halloween fan, or just like your spooky special effects, Chillisticks offer a way to really make your party special. Well worth checking it out.