How do you make a really cool and easy fire extinguishing machine?
The answer might surprise you.
The machine is called the Fireman, and it’s a little bit of an enigma.
It’s a DIY project with a goal to help people who live in densely populated areas get out of their homes, whether they’re stuck in a burning building, or trapped inside a building that’s already on fire.
“The Fireman” is a handheld device that can be worn on your wrist or worn over your mouth and nose.
When you pull the Firewoman, a small metal cylinder shoots a small orange fireball, that is roughly 1/8th the diameter of a credit card, into the air.
The Firewoman fires a small, orange fireball that is 1/16th the width of a debit card.
You can’t actually see the Fire Woman’s flame, but it can be seen when you put the device in your mouth, which you can do by pressing the mouthpiece.
The Firewoman can be charged with either a gas or an electric source.
The fire extinguish is controlled by a remote, which is powered by the Fire Man’s radio.
When it comes to safety, you can set it to emit a small red light that you can see.
But if you do that, you might as well just have a normal, standard fire extinguishment device, which should do the job pretty well.
So far, the FireMan has been designed to be worn over the mouth, but some people say they can also be worn in the air, which they think would make the device more effective.
The manufacturer says the FireWoman is designed to last for five to seven hours.
The device is available for $299.99.
To learn more about the Fireeman, check out the video below: