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Phantom Food Processor

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by RedHotPoker, Dec 24, 2015.

  1. RedHotPoker

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    Wow, who does this sort of thing, with a $K worth of drone?

    I pity the fool...

    RedHotPoker
     
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    Incredible. More money than brains, I guess. It does make a good point on the dangers of spinning propellers.
     
  4. UnrealDrones

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    Yep, kinda reminds me of this guy -
    And yeah, those props can do some damage!
     
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    Sure does make you realize the damage this could do to a person, pretty sure skin is not as tough as some of those vegetables!
     
  6. RedHotPoker

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    Quite the waste, & food for thought. They threw a pork sausage through the rotor blades, and that would define an important finger. The diced carrots would certainly be of the same strength. And this was while using the OEM plastic rotor blades. So try and imagine what the carbon fiber reinforced blades would do? ;-)

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  7. Danielmexortega

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    Yikes pretty cool video nonetheless except for when he runs it over
     
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    But the car thing..wtf!!!
     
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    I had my Phantom touch my arm for a fraction of a second and sliced me wide open.
     
  10. John N Kronyak

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    It's a tough bird.
     
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    That thing was making some really CLEAN cuts!! Could have whipped up a kabob in no time!
     
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    ...it slices, it dices, it makes julienne fries....
     
  13. RedHotPoker

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    Yes, the latest greatest newest invention from Ron Popeil... Hahaha

    Vegiphantomatic.

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    It's not a slicer or a dicer or a chopper in a hopper......................

    It's Sledge-o-matic!!
     
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    He's the reason for the post! :cool:

    Everyone in the first few rows knew to bring plastic or wear a raincoat!!
     
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    Oh yeah! He drove around in a watermelon car lol!!
     
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    Who? Someone who is going to make $2000 in ad money on YouTube!
     
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