Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog
Scurvy Dog

Scurvy Dog

Regular price
$64.99
Sale price
$59.99
Unit price
per 

  • Holds fireworks upright
  • No tipping
  • Adjustable Pins for different sized fireworks
  • 3 containers hinged together
  • Design Choices
  • Made and original design by "Redbeard"
  • High quality construction
  • 7 1/4 x 6 1/4 x 5 inches interior measurement
  • Provisional Patent Pending Filed

The first product designed to hold fireworks aerial cakes straight without the use of glue, tape or boards.  No longer do you need to worry about small and medium cakes tipping during use, due to this new innovative design.  This is a perfect companion to popular fireworks assortments.  Everyone wants to see them ignite the air and not your guests or property.

You simply place your firework inside the “Scurvy Dog”, fit in the adjustable pins, light the fuse from the side, and sit back to enjoy.  The hinged connections for the 3 included containers gives stability and creative freedom in your design.  You can leave all 3 containers in a straight line, or align them in a triangle for extra "sea leg" stability.

All construction is done by "Redbeard" and his family using high quality wood, metal hardware, paint and even rubber feet at the base!  Each Scurvy Dog is hand made to order with each container measuring at approximately 7 1/4” long, 6 1/4” wide and 5” deep and weighing about 7 pounds.  Production may take up to one week to ship and will only be sold if already built. If item quantity availability is at 0, check back daily as production ramps up.

This “cake rack” is the first product in the straight shooter series as created and designed by Brian Plowman from YouTube’s Redbeard’s Fireworks Showcase.  This new invention has a provisional patent pending on file with the US Patent office.   When used correctly, this device is intended to hold fireworks in place.  Using fireworks safely is up to the discretion of the user.  Please read the disclaimer below.