Wrist-Mounted Flamethrower by Stephen Hawes

Not all flamethrowers are designed to be worn on a wrist.  Stephen Hawes’ wrist-mounted flamethrower is different. It is powered with a propane tank and has a microcontroller and a special setup to allow the wearer to control the height of the flame. There is also a built-in taser system to light the device, but it apparently does not work well outside.

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The wrist sensor can adjust the height of the flame to how far the wearer can move their wrist. Overall, a pretty interesting creation by Stephen. We can’t wait to see how he improves it in the future.


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