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Low noise fireworks??

(10 Posts)
Honeymoonmummy Mon 29-Oct-12 22:24:29

Can anyone tell me whether they exist and where I can get them from? It's DD's 4th birthday on the 5th but she doesn't like the bangs and I hate the effect they have on animals in the vicinity too.


Honeymoonmummy Wed 31-Oct-12 22:35:13


Athendof Wed 31-Oct-12 23:37:37

Yes, just watch them on TV with the volume off.

Athendof Wed 31-Oct-12 23:37:50


Honeymoonmummy Fri 02-Nov-12 07:52:40

That's actually not a bad idea! Might just get some movies off t'internet and "burn" onto DVD smile

weblette Fri 02-Nov-12 08:15:14

Tesco have a 'noise rating' for the packs they sell, might be worth a look.

Honeymoonmummy Fri 02-Nov-12 17:05:24

Wonderful, I'm going there now, will have a look smile

StarsGhostTail Fri 02-Nov-12 17:16:40

"Pretty lights, Horrid noise" was what DD said when small.

I like fireworks on my Birthday which is after the 5th and wish they'd lable them better as the lady up the road has horses. She's alway fine with us having fireworks, but I'd much rather it didn't sound like W111

StarsGhostTail Fri 02-Nov-12 17:17:51

Telly no good it doesn't smell right.

chimchar Fri 02-Nov-12 17:20:13

Get some ear defenders...they make the sound more muffled and not so scary...we use them for our ds.

They are about a fiver in clas Olsen (sp?)

Or send someone outside to do the fireworks, and you and your dd stay inside in the warm and watch out of the window.

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