Mad inventor Colin Furze was tired of getting his trousers dirty from stomping on his trash to compact them. So he built a pair of mechanical legs to do the stomping for him. First world problem, meet Furze world solution.
Because it wouldn’t be a Colin Furze invention if it’s not motorized, the mad engineer strapped a paraglider’s powerful engine to his already crazy 360º swing. It wasn’t strong enough to throw him off, but we’re pretty sure it made him throw up.
“I get motion sickness, I don’t particularly like heights, and I don’t like going upside down.” Regardless of his feelings, madman inventor Colin Furzebuilt himself an insane swing that lets him flip all the way up and over to a height of more than 31 feet.
Unless you’re a dog, there’s not too much to get excited about when it comes to door bells. But leave it to madman Colin Furze to figure out a way to build a door bell system bonkers enough to get his attention even when he’s working on one of his jet engine projects.
Colin Furze adds to his DIYX-Mengizmos this portable liquid nitrogen pack. Along with a palm-mounted nozzle, it allows him to chill and freeze objects on the go. If there’s anyone who can will make Bobby Drake’s ice slides, it’s this guy.
The mad inventor Colin Furze celebrated having 3 million subscribers (and counting) by setting off 58 boxes of fireworks, each with 87 shots, all at once. The only appropriate response to the result is to wish everyone a Happy New Year.
Colin Furze has gone and outdone himself this time. The crazy inventor has built himself a bike that can hover off the ground, much like Return of the Jedi’s speeder bikes. Sure, it’s ridiculously dangerous, and doesn’t exactly go fast, but it’s still awesome. See how he built it here.
Inventor Colin Furze continues to up the destructive ante with his dangerous creations. This time, he’s made a Steampunk-style rocket launcher that fires shells filled with 2000º+ thermite. Making of here and here.
Colin Furze made an RPG-style launcher for rocket fireworks. It can literally knock your socks off (if you cut the socks and tie them to the rocket). We love how he made a barrier to protect his face but he’s okay with the gas tank being inches away from his head.
We’ve seen thermite obliterate pumpkins and roast a turkey, so using it to boil water seems a bit pedestrian by the Internet’s standards. But using it without wearing safety equipment is another story altogether. Or just another day for Colin Furze.
To celebrate his 2 millionth YouTube subscriber, inventor, builder, and mad scientist Colin Furze created a giant turning wheel, loaded with rockets, placed precariously in front of cases full of more fireworks. The explosive end result is as bonkers as you’d imagine.
On a quest to keep his holiday turkey from drying out, madman Colin Furze created this insane device that cooks a bird from the inside out by rapidly spinning it as boiling hot water courses through its innards. It’s still not as dangerous as frying a turkey.
Colin Furze’s latest toy is pretty standard… by his standards. The mad inventor made an awesome motorized drift trike using BMX bike and buggy parts, with a 125cc pit bike engine at its heart. Check out his build video here, and his parts list here.
Asked what he would do if he had only a month before the apocalypse, Colin Furze decided he’d want to live a bit longer, so he built a bunker under his garden. He then filled it with hispreviousinventions, including a couple of weapons that we haven’t seen before.
Madman inventor Colin Furze is back with a pair of crazy garage builds. This time, he’s made fully-functional versions of the deadly hidden blade and rope launcher from Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. Sure, it’s blatant propaganda for UbiSoft, but the builds are still awesome.
Like many of us, Colin Furze has trouble getting out of bed some days. So what’s a inventor-slash-madman to do? Build an bed that’s 100% certain to wake him up on time, every time. Also guaranteed to wake the neighbors.
Colin Furze’s latest invention was pitched by one of his YouTube viewers. The Furzo Toasto is a knife – well, a saw – with an electric heating element that makes the blade hot enough to toast bread as it slices.
A fireworks maker approached mad scientist Colin Furze to make a promo video. Colin decided to make a steel suit so that he could stand in the middle of a fireworks display. Naturally. Tony Stark would be proud.