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Are You Looking at My Flaming Headgear, Stan?

by Paul Strauss
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I’m pretty sure if you strapped one of these insane looking flaming helmets to you head, you’d draw just the slightest bit of attention – from the fire marshall, at least.

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The crazy Flaming Thor helmet was created by Joey Andolina (aka “Andomation” aka “megaplow”), and he’s apparently been known to show up at Burning Man donning one of these himself. In addition to the Thor Helmet, Andolina has created other variants, such as this Kevlar police riot helmet.

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Each helmet is adorned with a pair for copper flame tubes and attached to a control valve you can hook up to a propane tank. While you can start out with a small flame, you can crank up the valve to put out a flame up to 3 feet into the air. Now that doesn’t sound too dangerous, does it?

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According to the description “(the flaming helmet) …is an amazing way to get noticed, light your surroundings and catch yourself of fire. I can not suggest you wear it, I recommend you never wear it, as it’s dangerous!”

Well, sign me up. If you too are ready to set your cranium on fire, head on over to the Andomation Etsy shop now and light up!



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