Kirk... thanks for the heads-up.
** WARNING **
If you do not use a thick enough layer of electrical tape on the ferrule, the bottom of the ferrule will damage your color wheel.
The Pyrofag ferrules are a little longer than the Fantasia ferrules, and they need a generous layer of electrical tape so they don't drag on the color wheel.
Thanks to my UK friend, Andy, for pointing this out to me.
The sprays still work great -- just be sure to use enough electrical tape.
I can imagine that you can wrap around the sleeve a piece of wire above.
The US Postal Service delivered 3 sprays this afternoon. (I placed, and paid for, the order on March 24... FAST SERVICE to Denver, Colorado USA.)
US Customs clearance only took a day or two. I was not asked to pay any additional import duties. The Customs Declaration / paperwork describes the merchandise as "Glass Fiber Spray", tariff (HTSU) number 9405 91 10. (Doing a quick search of the HTSU schedule, I thought the glass sprays might fall under 9405.91.60.80.)
The sprays were very well packed and arrived in very good condition.
I hope all the information posted here help others decide if they'd like to order.
Awesome!! Looking forward to seeing the photos of the spray displayed! Wilfred is giving us exceptional customer service and helping us finally get our replacement fiber optic sprays :-)
I added a small layer of electrical tape to the Pyrofag ferrule so it fits more snugly in the Sunburst opening. It actually fits and rotates fine without the tape, too.
I've been running the Pyrofag spray for 10 hours now, and the hard plastic ferrule is warm, but that's it. No issue with the plastic ferrule.
The Pyrofag spray is gorgeous!