Colin Furze wanted to see how deep he could dig on a beach, and figured he could go 10 feet without hitting water. So what’s an enterprising mad inventor to do? You build a beach hut with a basement. Keep an eye on Colin’s channel on 6/15 to see the finished build.
We’ve seen the fire tornado trick before, but if you know Colin Furze, you know he’s always got to go to 11. Now, the British madman has gone and built himself a 20-foot-tall spinning fire rig that’s every bit as terrifying as an actual tornado. Oh, and it shoots fireworks.
“Nothing’s a stupid idea in my life!” Colin Furze has garnered more than 391 million views since he started his YouTube channel in 2006. He celebrated his 10th anniversary by showcasing some of his most popular weapons, appliances, vehicles and of course his bunker.
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 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.
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.
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.
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 his previous inventions, 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.