This attachment will turn your drone into a FLAMETHROWER

This is the TF-19 Wasp and it can shoot flames up to 25 feet away. While it looks like something out of a horror film, it’s actually used for totally legit purposes.

by | Published on 23rd Mar 2023

This attachment can turn any drone into a flamethrower. 

Called the TF-19 Wasp, it can shoot flames up to 25 feet away. 

While it looks like something out of a horror film, it’s actually used for totally legit purposes.

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Sold by Throwflame, the flame-throwing drone is used to target wasp nests high up in the trees. 

Agitating wasp nests can be extremely dangerous, so this invention prevents you from being stung. 

It can also be used to clean up vegetation and even burn debris that collects on power lines.

The company says it instantly delivers “precision streams of fire”, and the crazy video footage proves it too.

The flame thrower is an attachment that can be added to almost any drone. 

It has a nozzle and a gas tank that can hold up to a gallon (4.5 L) of fuel. 

The Wasp weighs just four pounds and can shoot flames for over a minute and a half. 

Refueling is easy too, you don’t need any tools to open the tank.

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The drone is operated with a remote control. 

It’s also fitted with a First Person View (FPV) camera, which means the pilot can see everything from the drone’s perspective as it flies through the air. 

The Wasp has been built to withstand the toughest of tough conditions too, so you can navigate it through snow, rain and gusty winds.

The flame thrower is sold as an attachment for $1,500, which is not exactly pocket money.

And while it can be attached to a range of different drones, the drone the company recommends you use is also $1,500. 

It doesn’t come cheap, but it’s being hailed as a game-changer for the agriculture industry and we can see why. 



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