Two smaller staves, on average anywhere between 2.5 to 4 feet in length spun with one in each hand. These are a beautiful way to display one performer with 4 separate flames. These share many overlapping moves with fire fans, as fans create a line (or small staff) when viewed head on from the wick side, but have a far greater range of motion due to the finger grip required. These are simply smaller versions of their larger sibling the single staff but, like iso hoops, allow for easier manipulation of two at once because of their size. Having two — as always — also allows for a wider range of intricacy in technique and also the unique visual effect of 4 medium-sized flames wielded by a single performer.