A couple of years back, I came across some unique ceiling fans designed to look like the fan blades from a jet engine. Now, the artist behind these awe-inspiring fans is back, and he’s showing off his biggest build yet.
I’m too big of a chicken for most carnival rides. All I can think about is something going wrong and me dying. If you’re going endanger your life, go big or go home. Ride a merry-go-round powered by real jet engines rocketing you around in circles, like some crazy cartoon contraption.
If you’re looking for the latest in Bond super villain furniture, look no further. This jet engine chair is the perfect place to relax and stroke your cat while laughing maniacally. You can buy two and have one be fully operational, so you can trick your enemies into sitting back and getting sucked into the blades.
This chair is made from the cowling of Boeing 737’s massive jet engine and it looks pretty sweet.
General Electric has a great project for aviation enthusiasts, makers and 3D printer owners who are desperate to prove to people that their device can make awesome things. It’s a 3D model of one of its jet engines.
Unless the blades of your electric fan are quite dirty – mine are, need to clean them – I don’t think you’ll feel that the air coming from the fan is “choppy”. You’ll still feel that steady stream of air right?