Car Thieves vs the Final GlitterBomb 5.0

Car Thieves vs the Final GlitterBomb 5.0

Merry Christmas ya filthy animals. The FINAL Glitterbomb has autonomous drones 🙂 You can still get a CrunchLabs Build Box for Christmas! Let’s build some cool stuff together

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40 Responses

  1. Mark Rober says:

    Swung for the fences with a complete redesign for the final year ❤ You can STILL get your CrunchLabs Build Box for Christmas! Let’s make some cool stuff together-

  2. Aerith says:

    The fact that there are several groups of people checking out what inside your car in one day is terrifying.

  3. Cory Griffis says:

    Mark – one of my family members lost a steam deck last week to package thieves; tracking number shows “delivered” but it never was. My schizophreniac aunt has been a target for call scammers for years. Please never stop making these videos.

  4. Kevin says:

    Please do not stop making these, this has become a video I greatly look forward to every year.

  5. Amazingly Everything says:

    I honestly feel bad for those kids, considering their parents.
    Amazing series, it’s wonderful how much these videos have done.

  6. MotoBian says:

    As a parent, I really feel bad for those kids for having to grow up in those kind of environments, most especially with those kind of parents.

  7. Brag Habit says:

    If you ever revisit bait packages. You should consider putting dye packs that could stain car seats.

    • WatchfulDuck says:

      @Viktor Reznov exactly, that would be a deterant

    • Viktor Reznov says:

      More like putting nails that would rapidly accelerate in multiple directions

    • Lawrence Frost says:

      @Midn8 But if you create a contraption and it’s in your own home or car, it’s not a booby trap. It’s not a danger to anyone, unless someone steals it and you could not have foreseen that. It’s like if someone steals your gun and shoots someone. You are not responsible for that gun at that point.

    • Khaled Zaidan says:

      @Spiffyman 30 most of the effort, know-how and funding Mark needs is because he’s not the police and has to go extra lengths to just give a “slap on the wrist”… all the police would need is a GPS tracker and then actually chasing it and arresting the thieves…
      I’m pretty sure all these people still went on as they did the following day… arrests is what would really stop this problem

    • Jeremiah Evans says:

      @D B lol 😂😂😂, you gonna spend all day realizing have these people don’t know what examples of entrapment are 🤣

  8. COOL GUY Studios says:

    I laughed out loud when you were going against those drones!! 😂😂😂 it’s sad that we don’t get cameras on the drone’s because we could barely see the drones on the actual houses.

    • Brandon C. says:

      @Orchidiliayeah. He should have just used a spinning cup like in the past.

    • Orchidilia says:

      they did have cameras. You could see footage of one being thrown out in one of the videos. They just didn’t ever work from the looks of it. I doubt they ever took off to fly around. Drones are way to finicky and need perfect flat conditions to take off which I doubt they got when someone pulls the cover off on like a couch or bed and they slide out. They likely just spun on the floor.

  9. Gunjan Dua says:

    The original package thieves being the reason for this amazing series is the definition of a butterfly effect

  10. EandF_BSgaming says:

    I love how Mark can handle so many projects at once and yet still finish all of them on time. ❤

    • SnoopyDoo says:

      I hope you realize that he pays others to build the stuff.

    • Aaron Rogers says:

      It’s almost like his content generates millions of dollars of revenue to where he can hire a team of producers, assistants, engineers, lighting/ camera specialists and designers to keep him on time and aesthetically consistent. Almost

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