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Turn your drone into a flying flamethrower with this $1,500 attachment

19/07/2019

Growing up in the 90s, the idea of a radio controlled aircraft that spits flames was merely a source of doodles on times table worksheets in school, the sort of thing you wish existed, but were fairly certain you’d never see. As an adult, it seems I’ve manifested this contraption into existence. You can send...
Growing up in the 90s, the idea of a radio controlled aircraft that spits flames was merely a source of doodles on times table worksheets in school, the sort of thing you wish existed, but were fairly certain you’d never see. As an adult, it seems I’ve manifested this contraption into existence. You can send thanks to my Twitter account, if you’d like. My childhood creation has been around a while. Drones came first, of course, but like all things men touch, it was really only a matter of time before we experimented with adding dangerous things to the business… This story continues at The Next Web Growing up in the 90s, the idea of a radio controlled aircraft that spits flames was merely a source of doodles on times table worksheets in school, the sort of thing you wish existed, but were fairly certain you’d never see. As an adult, it seems I’ve manifested this contraption into existence. You can send thanks to my Twitter account, if you’d like. My childhood creation has been around a while. Drones came first, of course, but like all things men touch, it was really only a matter of time before we experimented with adding dangerous things to the business… This story continues at The Next Web
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