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Corey Matthew 2016-06-23
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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.

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Bradley Liss 2016-08-18
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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.

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James Mccullough 2016-08-12

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 .

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Brandon Gaither 2017-12-10
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Colin Furze is a certifiably insane inventor with millions of subscribers to his YouTube channel, where he posts videos that embrace the very definition of “don’t try this at home.” In the past, he’s built a fully operational thermite cannon, a microwave that becomes a video game console, and even a home-built hoverbike that he piloted around the countryside.

He was even featured on Top Gear, when he modified an amusement park bumper car to set a speed record.

For his newest project, he wanted to do something really big.

But what’s a guy to do when he already has a life-size AT-ACT Walker in his back yard?

The blueprints for something like that can’t be found just laying around, so Furze did the next best thing.

“We were sent a TIE silencer toy via eBay,” Furze explained to Empire Online.

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Scott Mayle 2016-05-24

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.

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Carl Chasin 2018-11-29
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a week ago we got to see Colin furze by building a small shredder designed for spam.

Apparently was not measure due to a weak motor, which Colin solved by poking there two more powerful engines to drive machinery.

In the video above we get to see strimlaren run through paper of various kinds, and are placed behind the brevinkastet.

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Ralph Elliot 2016-08-11
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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.

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Michael Wilson 2016-05-24

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.

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Troy Schindler 2016-07-02
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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.

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Ronald Gibson 2017-09-21
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Colin Furze is back with another bizarre invention that will make you wonder why more mad scientists haven’t embraced YouTube yet.

This time he’s turned a BMW E30 into a driveable hot tub, complete with a pair of leaf blowers used to generate bubbles, and a barbecue grill in the boot.

Not only did the BMW have to be properly sealed and waterproofed to hold water on the inside without it leaking into the drive train and electronics, it also had to be reinforced to deal with all of that extra weight.

The handling was almost certainly awful once Furze got it on the road, but the bigger problem was the water sloshing in every direction, and pouring out of the car at every turn.

The impractical project, Furze says, was sponsored by Google.

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David Harrison 2018-06-15
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Zacke has fixed its own Jurassic Jeep

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Charles Houston 2017-02-16

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.

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Robert Pedigo 2017-12-15
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We know we’ve been bombarding you with a heap of Star Wars content recently, but this life-size model of a TIE fighter was just too good not to share.

British YouTuber, inventor, and all-around badass Colin Furze has built a number of cool contraptions over the years, including a video game-accessible microwave, a homemade hoverbike, and a jet-powered Go-Kart, to name a few.

He even holds a number of Guinness Book World Records (fastest scooter, longest motorcycle, largest bonfire, etc.).

In celebration of the newest intergalactic installment, Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, Furze constructed a life-sized remake of Kylo Ren’s TIE silencer spacecraft that is so cool, even a non-Star Wars fan can appreciate it.

(OK, so it’s technically a TIE silencer, not fighter … but you get the idea.)

Whether you believe it or not, Furze purchased all of his materials from eBay, who aided in the building of both the TIE silencer and the AT-ACT models.

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Bradley Liss 2016-06-09
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To 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.

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Alex Blair 2016-06-10
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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

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Steven Sentell 2016-05-24
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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.

GIF

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 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.

collect
0
Corey Matthew 2016-06-23
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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.

James Mccullough 2016-08-12

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 .

Scott Mayle 2016-05-24

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.

Ralph Elliot 2016-08-11
img

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.

Troy Schindler 2016-07-02
img

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.

David Harrison 2018-06-15
img

Zacke has fixed its own Jurassic Jeep

Robert Pedigo 2017-12-15
img

We know we’ve been bombarding you with a heap of Star Wars content recently, but this life-size model of a TIE fighter was just too good not to share.

British YouTuber, inventor, and all-around badass Colin Furze has built a number of cool contraptions over the years, including a video game-accessible microwave, a homemade hoverbike, and a jet-powered Go-Kart, to name a few.

He even holds a number of Guinness Book World Records (fastest scooter, longest motorcycle, largest bonfire, etc.).

In celebration of the newest intergalactic installment, Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, Furze constructed a life-sized remake of Kylo Ren’s TIE silencer spacecraft that is so cool, even a non-Star Wars fan can appreciate it.

(OK, so it’s technically a TIE silencer, not fighter … but you get the idea.)

Whether you believe it or not, Furze purchased all of his materials from eBay, who aided in the building of both the TIE silencer and the AT-ACT models.

Alex Blair 2016-06-10
img

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

Bradley Liss 2016-08-18
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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.

Brandon Gaither 2017-12-10
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Colin Furze is a certifiably insane inventor with millions of subscribers to his YouTube channel, where he posts videos that embrace the very definition of “don’t try this at home.” In the past, he’s built a fully operational thermite cannon, a microwave that becomes a video game console, and even a home-built hoverbike that he piloted around the countryside.

He was even featured on Top Gear, when he modified an amusement park bumper car to set a speed record.

For his newest project, he wanted to do something really big.

But what’s a guy to do when he already has a life-size AT-ACT Walker in his back yard?

The blueprints for something like that can’t be found just laying around, so Furze did the next best thing.

“We were sent a TIE silencer toy via eBay,” Furze explained to Empire Online.

Carl Chasin 2018-11-29
img

a week ago we got to see Colin furze by building a small shredder designed for spam.

Apparently was not measure due to a weak motor, which Colin solved by poking there two more powerful engines to drive machinery.

In the video above we get to see strimlaren run through paper of various kinds, and are placed behind the brevinkastet.

Michael Wilson 2016-05-24

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.

Ronald Gibson 2017-09-21
img

Colin Furze is back with another bizarre invention that will make you wonder why more mad scientists haven’t embraced YouTube yet.

This time he’s turned a BMW E30 into a driveable hot tub, complete with a pair of leaf blowers used to generate bubbles, and a barbecue grill in the boot.

Not only did the BMW have to be properly sealed and waterproofed to hold water on the inside without it leaking into the drive train and electronics, it also had to be reinforced to deal with all of that extra weight.

The handling was almost certainly awful once Furze got it on the road, but the bigger problem was the water sloshing in every direction, and pouring out of the car at every turn.

The impractical project, Furze says, was sponsored by Google.

Charles Houston 2017-02-16

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.

Bradley Liss 2016-06-09
img

GIF

To 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.

Steven Sentell 2016-05-24
img

GIF

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.

GIF

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 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.