If you ve ever stumbled across a creation that looked too unsafe to ever be attempted—be it a thermite cannon or a flying hoverbike—you re probably looking at the handiwork of Colin Furze.This time he s built a flamethrowing electric guitar with a built-in smoke machine turning whoever s playing into the ultimate rock star.It s reminiscent of the instrument that everyone s favorite Max Max: Fury Road guitarist played, except somehow Colin s creation comes across as slightly safer since it doesn t have to be played while strapped on top of a rolling vehicle.As with all of Colin s creations, there s lots of video detailing how this flamethrowing electric guitar was built—not that you should ever attempt to build one of your own.Your home insurance probably doesn t recognise flamethrowing instrument mishap as a valid reason to make a claim.
If you ve ever stumbled across a creation that looked too unsafe to ever be attempted—be it a thermite cannon or a flying hoverbike—you re probably looking at the handiwork of Colin Furze.This time he s built a flamethrowing electric guitar with a built-in smoke machine turning whoever s playing into the ultimate rock star.It s reminiscent of the instrument that everyone s favorite Max Max: Fury Road guitarist played, except somehow Colin s creation comes across as slightly safer since it doesn t have to be played while strapped on top of a rolling vehicle.As with all of Colin s creations, there s lots of video detailing how this flamethrowing electric guitar was built—not that you should ever attempt to build one of your own.Your home insurance probably doesn t recognise flamethrowing instrument mishap as a valid reason to make a claim.
GIFIf you ve ever stumbled across a creation that looked too unsafe to ever be attempted—be it a thermite cannon or a flying hoverbike—you re probably looking at the handiwork of Colin Furze.This time he s built a flamethrowing electric guitar with a built-in smoke machine turning whoever s playing into the ultimate rock star.GIFIt s reminiscent of the instrument that everyone s favorite Max Max: Fury Road guitarist played, except somehow Colin s creation comes across as slightly safer since it doesn t have to be played while strapped on top of a rolling truck.As with all of Colin s creations, there s lots of video detailing how this flamethrowing electric guitar was built—not that you should ever attempt to build one of your own.Your home insurance probably doesn t recognize flamethrowing instrument mishap as a valid reason to make a claim.
GIFTo help celebrate his three-millionth subscriber, YouTuber Colin Furze, the creator of the thermite cannon and questionably-safe hoverbike, has successfully topped all of his inventions to date by building his own miniature Death Star covered in 58 boxes of fireworks all wired together for one magnificent 20 second spectacle.If you re trying to keep score, that s somewhere in the neighborhood of 5,000 fireworks going off almost simultaneously.Your Fourth of July celebrations aren t worthy.
For British inventor Colin Furze; there was an obvious answer; build a Death Star from 5,000 fireworks and blow it up.After hitching up his battle station with a crane and setting the fuse, there was only one thing left to do… run!.You can see the insane spectacle in the video below via DailyDot .In the past, Furze has blown minds with videos showcasing homemade hover bikes, flaming guitars and by shooting flames from his wrist Pyro from X-Men style.Do you know any other cool Colins?Share your thoughts in the comments section below
Firework Deathstar: Colin FurzeAwesome: extremely impressive or daunting; inspiring great admiration, apprehension, or fear.DON T MISS: Forget Father s Day and buy these 10 gifts for yourselfThe rig was pretty simple: 58 giant boxes of fireworks, electrically wired together to go off at the same time.Each box had a bunch of smaller fireworks inside, which shot off in sequence over the course of 30 seconds or so.The boxes were arrayed in a half-sphere for maximum effect.Then again, we ve got to bear in mind exactly how Mr Furze reached three million subscribers.On second thoughts, a marginally unsafe, completely gratuitous pyrotechnic display is the perfect celebration.
GIFFor some reason every superpower has to come with a downside.The X-Men, for example, are rejected from society for being mutants.It turns out it can, you just need to be a mad scientist like Colin Furze, and build your superpowers yourself.In Furze s latest series of videos, he turns a mish-mash of insulated tubing, compressed cylinders, valves, and a vat of liquid nitrogen into a wearable rig that gives him the same powers as the X-Men s Iceman—mostly.His blast range is limited and he probably couldn t survive a day in the Arctic without a snowsuit, but with his newfound scientific powers Furze can freeze water, air condition a room, and even make his own ice cream.What else could you ever really need from a superpower?
Usually superpowers with some sort of disadvantage. But we find it difficult to get on if there actually is any weakness in the mad inventor Colin Furzes latest works, a freeze ray. Do not miss: Colin Furze has also built a working Hoverbike In his latest YouTube video based Colin Furze on hoses, cylinders, valves, and a container of liquid nitrogen to a portable rig that allows him to freeze things like plants, water and ice cream, much like X-Men character Iceman. You can see Colin Furze demonstrate the technology, and how he put together below. And in the tradition of Colin Furze earlier inventions will see it quite dangerous if you do not know what you're doing. What we can only hope that Colin Furze actually.
YouTube personality Colin Furze has created some explosive, flashy things in the past, such as a Mad Max-style flamethrower guitar, and an explosive Death Star because, why not I suppose.So it s rare that we see something as simple as a doorbell show up on his successful channel.Furze introduced the CFDB 500c in a video uploaded on Thursday.It s a system of three doorbells that account for noise and other activity so that he always knows when the mailman shows up.But of course, in typical Furze style, we have to have an epic doorbell.The third piece in the system, made for his bunker, includes an Uzi that shoots bullets into a chute, that in turn drops them into a bowl and hits an alarm.
In the unlikely event that you need to build a bionic arm out of an ordinary kitchen appliance and you have, oh, I dunno… around 200 hours to spare, then this video is for you.Independent security researcher Evan treefort Booth notes in the description of the video that he used a single Keurig K350 to construct the bionic arm the only non-Keurig items used were adhesive and a 12v external power supply in addition to common tools like a heat gun, rotary tool and so forth.While the time-lapse video makes it go by much faster, Booth says he spent a whopping 199 hours, 56 minutes and 36 seconds on the project.It may not be as over-the-top as something from the likes of British maker Colin Furze but it s impressive in its own right, especially when you consider that he had to carve everything out of the Keurig s plastic chassis.Found is a TechSpot feature where we share clever, funny or otherwise interesting stuff from around the web.
Swinging over the bar was, and probably still is the dream of many a kid on the playground.So much so that it become the backstory of a minor Nickelodeon character.Lunatic inventor Colin Furze never quite grew up, and now he s fulfilling his childhood fantasy at a terrifying scale with little to no safety equipment.Is that a good idea?Probably not, because as the title states, the A-frames that make up the bulk of this counterweighted swing are as tall as Furze s home in Lincolnshire.Falling headfirst from over two stories up is something best avoided—though it s relatively safe compared to a thermite cannon.
Bonkers British inventor Colin Furze has just emerged from his workshop with yet another hair-raising contraption, this one as preposterous as it is petrifying.But one you probably wouldn t want your kid to ride.You see, Furze s swing doesn t stop at the usual back-and-forth movements that we see with most garden-variety swings.Instead, it goes all the way around.At the start of the video above introducing his latest madcap creation, Furze tells us he gets motion sickness, he doesn t like heights, and he doesn t like going upside down.Billed as the U.K. s only 360 swing, the video shows Furze climb aboard the structure while choosing to ignore the clearly absurd idea of using straps or a safety harness to ensure that he doesn t die while riding it.
Colin Furze has done it again.The inventor from Lincolnshire has created the UK s only 360-degree swing and he s done it in his back garden.With no straps, harnesses and just his own centrifugal force to keep him attached the YouTuber has quite simply given his garden the ultimate upgrade.The frame is an enormous 5.6m tall, which combined with the swing means Furze goes well above the height of his own home.To help off-set Furze s weight the swing contains a 25 kilo counterweight at the other end, helping him achieve the perfect 360.The inventor has become a YouTube sensation after turning his shed into the ultimate Room of Requirement .
Because riding a 360-degree swing as tall as your house isn t daring enough, amateur mad scientist Colin Furze has upgraded his latest creation with a gas-powered parasailing motor, giving it more power, more speed, and a guaranteed way to make riders want to puke their brains out after a ride.Because riding a 360-degree swing as tall as your house isn t daring enough, amateur mad scientist Colin Furze has upgraded his latest creation with a gas-powered parasailing motor, giving it more power, more speed, and a guaranteed way to make riders want to puke their brains out after a ride.
Like most of Colin Furze s creations, the Stomp O Matic trash compactor almost ends up self-destructing in a ball of flames.But not before it successfully takes care of one of the grossest chores on anyone s to-do list: stomping down the garbage in your trashcan can so you can squeeze even more garbage into it.The Stomp O Matic, made from an old grinder and a discarded mannequin, might not be one of Furze s most outlandish creations, but it s undoubtedly one of his most practical.Anyone will see the benefit of this magnificent creation, if they ve ever had to stomp down their rotting leftovers and aged milk cartoons in order to tie the garbage bag and get it out of your life.Where do we send our credit card info?
A dad has built a scale model Star Wars: Rogue One AT-ACT for his son and it s indisputably the best present of the year.The replica, built by YouTuber Colin Furze, not only looks amazing, it also serves as an actual playhouse.The control deck, accessible via a ladder, features a games console, toy guy rack and Stormtrooper helmets.Furze has a huge fanbase on YouTube and specialises in building all sorts of weird and wonderful contraptions.His latest invention, which stands at five and a half metres high, took several months to build and is comprised of parts source entirely from eBay.Of course when Furze isn t making every child on the planet insanely jealous he s also creating some truly extraordinary inventions in his shed.
Colin Furze, the internet s favourite inventor who always puts awesome first and safety second, has created what certainly looks like the largest man-made fire tornado ever built.Combining two of nature s most destructive forces seems like a good idea, right?Using an equally dangerous-looking homemade go-kart to spin a 20-foot-tall cage, Furze s fire tornado generates a flame that s so intense it s able to light a bunch of fireworks crammed at the top, because this creation didn t already pose enough of a fire risk.Shockingly, he didn t end up burning down all of England with this invention.
As far as amusement park rides go, bumper cars rank somewhere between Ferris Wheels and benches when it comes to thrills.They don’t drive anywhere near fast enough to do any real damage.Unless you swap out their electric motor for a gas-powered engine from a motorcycle, that is.Colin Furze, internet famous for trying everything you probably shouldn’t try at home, upgraded a ‘60s-era bumper car with a 600CC, 100 brake horsepower engine that propels it to speeds well over 100 miles per hour.Not wearing a helmet and safety gear during its test run probably wasn’t the best idea, but actually crashing this thing into another bumper car would be even worse.Breaking your neck would be the least of your worries, and you can forget about getting cotton candy afterwards.
As far as amusement park rides go, bumper cars rank somewhere between Ferris Wheels and benches when it comes to thrills.They don’t drive anywhere near fast enough to do any real damage.Unless you swap out their electric motor for a gas-powered engine from a motorcycle, that is.Colin Furze, internet famous for trying everything you probably shouldn’t try at home, upgraded a ‘60s-era bumper car with a 600CC, 100 brake horsepower engine that propels it to speeds well over 100 miles per hour.Not wearing a helmet and safety gear during its test run probably wasn’t the best idea, but actually crashing this thing into another bumper car would be even worse.Breaking your neck would be the least of your worries, and you can forget about getting candyfloss afterwards.
What could be cooler than the world's fastest anything?Watch this souped-up bumper car hit 100 mph.It’s probably not a good idea to tell YouTube inventor Colin Furze he can’t figure out a way to make any normally stodgy or stationary object outrageously fast.BBC’s Top Gear took the exact opposite approach when it asked Furze to rig up an amusement park-style bumper car.The plan was for Top Gear’s The Stig to break a speed record driving the bumper car, as reported by Road and Track.The intrepid inventor stuffed a 600cc sports bike engine into a bumper car.
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