I Made My Giant Beyblade Way Too Powerful!

I Made My Giant Beyblade Way Too Powerful!

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34 Responses

  1. I did a thing says:

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  2. erin says:

    always love it when your mates do impressive engineering shit and you weld a clamp to a metal rod. peak entertainment

  3. Drako Wulf says:

    The “I did a thing foot scale” is like the “Wafflehouse scale”. Code green is when he’s wearing nothing on his feet, which means it’s safe to moderately dangerous. Code yellow is when he’s wearing some sort of footwear, which means something exceptionally dangerous is going. And code red is when his feet are gone, which is the sign of some serious apocalyptic event starting in his garage.

    • I did a thing says:

      Its manly no shoes untill there is glass on the floor

    • Drako Wulf says:

      @I did a thing
      Surprised your feet don’t have calluses thick enough to just ignore glass! At least enough to tolerate gravel.

    • Big Dog says:

      @I did a thing it’s still more manly without the shoes.

    • Filth says:

      @I did a thing tell that to Bruce Willis

    • Evan Shepherd says:

      As someone that goes barefoot like him for everything. He probably does have super tough calluses, but if it’s sharp enough, or just has a decent point. It’s going straight into your foot. Just a couple days ago I stepped on a twig and it was just pointy enough that this spaghetti noodle sized twig went straight into my foot, and about about 1/3 of an inch of it snapped off in there. @Drako Wulf

  4. John Thomas says:

    If you think about all things that have ever existed, this invention could be the most dangerously useless to ever exist. Good job. Nice work.

  5. John Me says:

    Bro this is art. As a science student I liked art but in a different way, Artistic imagination were always mixed up with experiments. You combine them both beautifully. It is everything I imagined as a kid. Thanks for making these videos.

  6. denzzlinga says:

    Now that you know how to do it, you can build an identical second bayblade and launch drop mechanism, and let it spin in the opposite direction and drop both simultaniously 😀
    I bet if the blades manage to somehow interlock properly into each other when both are spinning at 4000 rpm in opposite directions, there will be a violent explosion of energy.

  7. Artofdarkness says:

    Honestly its scary how he is obviously very smart with mechanics and engineering but he uses his knowledge for absolute chaos and I love it, keep up the amazing work

  8. The_ultimate_scrutinizer says:

    The fact that he’s wearing shoes is proof of how scary the beyblade truly is

  9. James Peterson says:

    The next obvious step would be to build a second one and let them decide in a fight which one will conquer the world

  10. Starstalker says:

    While I understand wanting to go out in a blaze of glory, I think that thing would have taken the walls down around it before it even came close to destroying itself lmao. Absolutely horrifying. Props to Hamilton for being able to stick around even after he saw the sheer amount of damage it can do haha

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