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Awesome William Osman

Using Power Tools Improperly

Using Power Tools Improperly

After hearing about a now-defunct competition where players modded power tools into race vehicles, William Osman gathered up some of YouTube’s most popular makers and content creators to put on their own version of the dangerous drag races. Needless to say, don’t attempt to replicate any of this at home.

Driving Cars with as Few Parts as Possible

Driving Cars with as Few Parts as Possible

Over the years, vehicles have gotten heavier and heavier as cars pack more technology, safety, and a quieter ride. Just how little of a car could you get away with and still drive it? William Osman and his pals decided to test that out, starting with two ordinary cars which they gradually stripped down to their bare essentials.

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Roomba Bicycle

Roomba Bicycle

William Osman had a bunch of robot vacuum cleaners left over from a previous project, so he asked his viewers what to do with them. After trying a bunch of bad ideas, he decided to go his own way and build a bike with Roombas for wheels. It doesn’t go well.

Too Many Chairs

Too Many Chairs

YouTuber and maker William Osman asks a simple question that nobody was asking… “How many chairs is too many chairs?” Not only does it quickly answer that question, but also “How many chairs is too many for William Osman to move on his own?”

Building an All-wood Bike

Building an All-wood Bike

For their latest project, William Osman and his friends decided to see if they could build a bicycle entirely from wood, including the gears and the wheels. Then, they tried to take the impractical bike for a ride to see how long it would survive.

Lemon-powered Supercar

Lemon-powered Supercar

VW turned up to Pike’s Peak this year and broke the course record with their I.D. R EV. Prior to the race, the automaker challenged Mark Rober and William Osman to collect a little extra energy for their their supercar. We like to think the citrus power made the difference.

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