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You too can shoot 12-foot flames from your wrists like Pyro

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This undoubtedly should be prefaced with the warning “DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS AT HOME,” but considering it’s billed by U.K. garage inventor Colin Furze as “DIY X-Men Pyro,” that would be useless. So, yes, the manic mind behind those automatic Wolverine claws and Magneto shoes is back, this time with a device that will permit you to shoot 12-foot flames from your wrists, because … what harm could come of that?

Here’s hoping Furze follows that quickly with DIY Iceman or DIY Storm to diminish some of the damage this will very likely cause.

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Watch UK inventor walk on ceiling with DIY Magneto shoes

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Colin Furze, the high-energy U.K. garage inventor who just last week unveiled his fully retractable Wolverine claws, has now turned his attention to another mutant: Magneto, the Master of Magnetism.

While Furze hasn’t figured out how to bend metal with his mind or hurl enemies with the wave of a hand (not yet, anyway), he has devised a magnetic shoes that allow him to walk on the ceiling. (OK, maybe he’s more Lionel Richie than Erik Lehnsherr.)

“Magnetic shoes, something it seems only NASA has done before me,” Furze writes. “Not even Ian McKellen used real ones in the X-Men films. I may not be controlling metal with my mind, but being ‘Magnetic’ is close enough for me.”

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Mad inventor creates fully automatic Wolverine claws

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Just in time for the premiere of X-Men: Days of Future Past, high-energy U.K. garage inventor Colin Furze has created fully retractable metal claws that will undoubtedly make him the envy of every Wolverine fan, and the prime suspect in countless watermelon stabbings. While we can take issue with his “adamantium” claim in the video below — unless he’s also invented that metal alloy in our universe –  there’s little denying the claws are pretty amazing.

They’re 12-inch stainless steel blades activated by a Spider-Man-like palm trigger and powered by a compressed-air system housed in a backpack. Furze also shot a video that explains the entire process. Watch both below.

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