flame thrower

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I like the size of that flamethrower.

hahah the outtakes are pure gold as usual.

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Please Brandon sir, may I have some more content? 🤲:

My big takeaway from this video was that his flame thrower appears to have the same type of IsoButane-Propane tank hooked up as the GigaPower fuel canisters my girlfriend and I take backpacking 🤔.  That looks a hell of a lot more fun than our titanium Snow Peak stove tbh… 😂 too bad that’s seemingly just for the pilot light and it still needs the whole liquid fuel backpack.



Royal Nonesuch aka “The kid” aka my former future step son, is now into homemade flame throwers.  Here’s his intro video where he was hashing out the details:

And him flaming stuff once the build was completed:

Hmmm yea it’s badass alright.  Safe though?  My gut instinct tells me no, but I’m more cautious than most now that I’m older.

0:21 – burning fuel all over the torch canister.  Oh man haha.  I can’t help but wonder if that could be prevented or minimized if he put a small barrier of some sort just behind the nozzle.  Kind of like the drip rings on Kayak paddles. *shrug* who knows.

Thoughts?  Would drink Flaming Moe’s with?   Stay safe Richie… stay safe…


This dudes vision is 20/20 when it’s lit:

Head-Mounted-Flame-ThowerIt sure seems like a good portion of the population doesn’t give a shit about safety.  Well at least the rest of us that do can be entertained by the ridiculous videos they put out.

All I can say it’s lucky he has those flame proof blue surgical gloves on for safety.

If he amped up the pressure it would be a lot cooler.  Right now it’s looking like a weak pee stream at best.

haha Soylent hooked up the sponsorship.  So buying a welding mask and some copper pipe is expensive enough you have to sell out? Who knew? LOL



An honest and thorough review from GY6vids as always:

come-thru-its-lit$900 if you want to pick one up.  I wish they would have made the fuel canister more low profile for a sleeker look.

34 seconds of full flame on a full tank is pretty damn good if you ask me.