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Flameflex Lets You Own a Fire Tornado Without Burning Down Your House (Probably)

by Shane McGlaun
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If you have a penchant for tornados and fire, Kickstarter has your product right here. This thing is called the Flameflex and it promises to allow you to own and harness the power of a tiny fire tornado. Chicks love fire tornados. The device is designed to be used inside and has the power of a pair of suction cups on the bottom to secure it and the open flame to the surface you place it on.

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The mesh cylinder on the outside spins, which causes an area of low pressure, and that whips the flame into a foot-long firenado. It’s fueled by a bioethanol fireplace solution you can buy at your local hardware store. Power for the spinny part comes from a USB connection or batteries.

The people behind the product warn to keep pets and kids away from it. If you follow their guidance, it’s probably about as safe as a candle. If you don’t, the firenado may escape and devour all. You can get your own Flameflex for $66-$78(USD) depending on the base material you choose. Materials include wood, copper, aluminum, and brass. The first shipments are expected to start in January 2017.



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