A Big Mouth Billy Bass is either the best gift in the world or the worst depending on your love of singing fish. Most people can’t stand having this singing fish on their wall. These people will be glad to see one sliced open, but not to fry it up in a pan.
Sorry fidgeters, I don’t get the whole fidget thing and I think it’s stupid. So I was happy to see someone take an axe to one of these fidget toys to see what’s inside. If I could, I would destroy them all so that no one could ever fidget again.
What in the unholy hell of puppetry!? I won’t be getting any sleep tonight after seeing this bit of nightmare fuel – and neither will you. To prepare for their upcoming summer camp, the Canada Science and Technology Museum Science Mobile team removed a Tickle Me Elmo doll’s red fur and proceeded to tickle it.
Remember those creepy robotic banks with the face that eats coins? Of course you do. They still turn your dreams into nightmares. Well, if your nightmares need a little extra fuel, you might enjoy watching one get cut open to find out how it works.
Dan and Lincoln Markham from the What’s Inside? channel like to cut things apart to see what their guts look like. This time, they decided to disassemble an original 1985 Teddy Ruxpin talking bear using knives and a sledgehammer to reveal the toy’s innards.
When I was a kid, I loved taking stuff apart to see how it worked inside. My parents, not so much. The stuff was expensive, and often difficult to get back together. Well, like many, that desire to open things up and tear into them has never really left me, which is why we love teardown videos so much.
Well, that didn’t take long. Apparently, some folks are already unboxing and reviewing the as-yet unannounced PS4 Slim, and now they are taking the console apart for a look inside of it. If you love to see inside of consoles, check it out.
Curious to see what’s going on inside of your Etch A Sketch? Curiosity is a good thing, but be warned, if you take apart that Etch A Sketch, you will have metal shavings everywhere, and probably fill your lungs with toxic dust.
The helpful and environment-friendly folks at iFixit participated in Star Wars Day by creating a teardown guide for the lightsaber. The replica they used was made by Brad Lewis, but iFixit approached the teardown as if the lightsaber – in this case Obi Wan’s weapon – was an actual device.
It’s always fun to tear gadgets apart. I remember being a kid and taking stuff apart to learn how it works. Somehow this never gets old. We all love a good gadget teardown, And so the folks over at iFixit flew to New Zealand to get a launch day console and have now posted their teardown of the Microsoft Xbox One.
If you love staring at gadget teardowns, check out photographer Brandon Allen’s Deconstructed. It’s a series of images of dissected video game controllers, their parts neatly arranged for the camera. All of the controllers in Brandon’s series were donated and heavily used (some of them don’t work anymore) hence the dust and worn out parts.
Not too long ago Sony offered up their official unboxing and teardown video giving us a look at what comes in the package you buy a new PlayStation 4 and the hardware inside the enclosure. Typically, when we talk about tear downs around here it’s the geeks over at iFixit ripping something open and giving us a glimpse of what goes on under the shiny outside of our favorite gadgets.
Typically, unboxing and teardown videos don’t come out until after a new gadget hits the market, but Sony decided to beat third parties to the punch by letting their own engineer take apart the shiny new PS4 console.
The gadget-opening geeks over at iFixit have laid hands on the new Kindle Fire HDX seven-inch tablet and proceeded to tear open the device. The teardown uses a look at what the hardware inside the tablet looks like.