DIY Fidget Spinner MELTS IN YOUR HAND!!!!!!!! Rare Liquid Mirror DIY Fidget Spinners Toys & Tricks

DIY Fidget Spinner MELTS IN YOUR HAND!!!!!!!! Rare Liquid Mirror DIY Fidget Spinners Toys & Tricks

(undulating music) – You challenged us to
make fidget spinners out of liquid metal, and so to do this I’ve got my friend Grant
from The King of Random over here and he brought
a ton of gallium with him. – This is about $400 worth of gallium. – What!? – [Grant] It’s really special metal because it melts so low, you can melt it in the palm of your hand. – Let’s go! – Let’s light it up! – Whooo! (laughter) Geez, let’s.. – You’re not wearing
any hairspray are you? – My hair just goes up in flames. Let’s get lit, aha! (intense music) – Next up, we are making molds
while he is deconstructing the fidget spinners, and
he’s got some hammers, a whole bunch of crazy stuff. So, I’m gonna let him do that. But for the molds you
need to pop these out and then mix these putties.. Mix the.. How do you get this out? Whoa, alright! – [Grant] There we go. – [Collins] Did we get it? – [Grant] Look at that. – I did this once before. (gasp) It’s about as good as we’re
gonna get, place down here. Gonna smash it, and then Grant, do you wanna pop it in there? – [Grant] Here we go, I’m just
gonna press this right down. – [Collins] Gonna make the mold. This one looks pretty
cool and now we’re gonna make another one and do the
exact same thing. So here we go. Hulk smash! And then we have the next one, go for it. This one’s gonna look cool. – [Grant] Yeah we actually got
those inner rings there, too. It’s gonna be pretty sweet. – The molds are now ready
of the fidget spinners. And we’ve actually done a
ton more down over here. We got some really cool looking ones. We’re gonna be making all
of these into liquid metal fidget spinners, and we have a giant thing of gallium over here. – [Grant] I spent about ten
minutes with this in hot water and I have this thing completely
liquified, look at this. – [Collins] Oh my gosh. – [Grant] That’s a lot of liquid metal. It’s actually quite weighty and jiggly. – Can I feel how heavy it is? – Yeah, feel that. – Whoa! It’s so heavy, but it looks like water, but it’s so much heavier than water. It’s like a mirror, I can
see my reflection in it! This is crazy! – Yes, but how does it taste? (laughter) Should I put some in my
mouth and spit it out? – Is that a thing? – I don’t know, I’ve
never tried it before. (gasp) – No way! Now way! No way! No way! Hey, hey! Oh my gosh! – It’s got a lovely aftertaste. – That was so much! That was so much! Ah! – I got some more, I got some more here. (screaming) – What on earth!? What is this sorcery? – I have to admit that’s
got a really weird feeling, like it’s heavy, and it sunk
right down on my tongue. – Dude, stick out your tongue! It’s got little drops on it still, bro! – So not recommended, not recommended. – Yeah, don’t do that at home. – They do say gallium is nontoxic so, hey. I like to push the boundaries. Consider the boundaries pushed. – YEET! What a weird sound. Yo, that is legitimately like a mirror. – Ooh! Sorry I probably
shouldn’t freaking out. He’s putting this stuff in his mouth and I’m like trippin’ out about a little drop of it
flying in my direction. – [Grant] I think that as it’s drying, it’s literally freezing to the bottom. – [Collins] That’s crazy! – [Grant] We’re right at
that transition point, cool! – [Collins] Which mold
should we fill up first? – [Grant] That’s a really good question. I’m kind of leaning toward
the old, traditional spinner. – Alright, the traditional spinner. (laughter) – The traditional, the original. Alright, so here we go. – [Collins] Moment of truth. – [Grant] I’m gonna
pour really slowly here. Oops, I totally missed. Oh that looks cool how it’s filling out. – [Collins] Oh that looks so cool! Look at that, it looks perfect. – It’s very round and directional. It looks beautiful, I love it. I love it, I think that’s a keeper. – Nailed it! (cheering) Ten points for Grant. Right now I think we’re gonna fill up the rest of these molds. – Set ’em in the fridge, let ’em cool down for about 20 minutes because we gotta refreeze that metal. – And then we’re gonna play
with the fidget spinners to see if they will spin,
because this is liquid metal so who knows if they will spin, who knows if it’ll just collapse mid-spin. Who knows what’s gonna happen? – Who knows if we can catch them on fire. – Ooh! I think we’re gonna go for this one first because this one looks
like, it looks just, you can’t mess this one up. Oh, missed a little bit! Let’s see if we can get this side. I think that’s it. We got a bag of toothpicks here. (screeching) You guys hear that primal sound, I’ve never made that sound in my life. (screeching) – [Grant] I’m gonna try
to guide this metal down. – [Collins] Okay. Oh wow! (both yelling) That belongs in one of those satisfying compilations on Instagram. (music) That one looks so good. – [Grant] Look how shiny it is. All the edges here,
they’re perfectly rounded. – It’s so smooth. This one, the last one, is
gonna be the most difficult. Because we’re gonna be trying
to recreate this money sign. So there’s a lot of
lines running through it. That looks interesting. (both yelling) – [Grant] Oh that was cool! – [Collins] Okay, I don’t
know how this one is gonna go. Let’s utilize the toothpick to get it. I think this one might’ve not been so good. – We got a little too much in there huh? I wonder if we could take a little out. Do you have one of those… – Oh, like a dropper? – One of those
things, what are they called? A medical instrument! – Oh, like a mouth? (slurping) I mean, you already put
it in your mouth once. (gasping) No, dude! (slurping) Oh my gosh! Ooooh! (screaming) Alright, use this, okay. – No problem. – I’ve never seen anyone put
gallium in their mouth before. – Me neither. – So, shout out to this guy because that is some incredible stuff right there. (music) Grant, which one should we do first? Which do you think is the easiest one and we’ll make our way to
the most difficult one. – These little ninja star here. – [Collins] Let’s try this one here. – [Grant] Oh and if you look right here you can actually see
how the gallium has made little crystals on the top there. – [Collins] Yo! It looks so crazy. – [Grant] I’d love to
know what causes that because there’s nothing
bubbling up out of the silicone. – [Collins] Yeah, there’re no
bubbles, there’s nothing in it. They’re a pretty close match when you actually look at the imprint
of how it all comes out – Here we go, bearing goes in. What if we just put this bar on top? – [Collins] Yeah, let’s do it. – [Grant] Hammer it! Oh! Ok so we’ve got the button there, we’ve got the little button on top here. – Here we go, this is the moment of truth. Can we make a liquid
metal fidget spinner spin? But first, I’ve got a challenge, I wanna see if you can
subscribe to this channel, turn on the channel post notifications and give this video a
thumbs up in seven seconds. You ready for this, okay? Here we go! Seven, six, five, four, three, two, one, done! If you can do that, comment
down below Keyper Squad and right now, the moment
of truth, will it spin. – I’m nervous. – I’m nervous, too. Here we go, three, two, one. (yelling and cheering) Dude, it works! Yo, this is the first ever
liquid metal fidget spinner! Next up we’re gonna use the
more traditional fidget spinner. What’s gonna happen is
after we do this one, we’re gonna do what you guys
have all been waiting for and that is to see if we can melt a fidget spinner mid-spin. It’s gonna be nuts, but first we have to make sure that it spins. – [Grant] Three, two, one. – Yes! Dude that’s so cool! – There we go! – There we go! I think we should go
through the rest of them and test to make sure they all spin and then afterward
we’re gonna spin ’em all and they’re gonna be melting mid spin because we’ve got some
fire and also some other ways to make this melt. That looks so cool! – It actually works, that works well. Let’s put it on our
little pressing device, our bearing inserting device. We’re gonna put that right between two blocks of pewter and.. (crunching) What happened? Don’t tell me it broke. – I hope it didn’t break,
I hope it went through. (cheering) (both yelling) – Do you wanna grab the fire and just melt off a couple
little bits into my hand? – Dude, for real? Should we? – Let’s do it! – Grab the fire! – And if you guys at home do this, be very, very, careful, make sure you use parental supervision. Whoa! Geez! Yeah, we’re gonna go for it! And a huge shout out to the
Instagram Keyper of the Week who suggested we should use a ton of different fidget spinners. If you want to be shouted out as the Instagram Keyper of the Week check out the description
down below to find out how. – Oh, look at that, look at that! Is it gonna come off? – It is, yeah, there it goes. (both oohing) Whoa, it fell on my finger! The five prong one turned out so good. – [Grant] That looks super cool. Just tap it gently, just be gentle. – This thing’s stubborn man. (crunching) No! – [Grant] I just smashed it! ah! That was the risky one to begin with. I really didn’t know whether
or not it would work. But we gave it a shot. We have one final one left. – Money, money. – The money one. Oh my gosh! That turned out so good! – [Grant] That looks really good. – Who would’ve thought? I have a question for you,
because this looks so good, should I use this as a necklace
instead of my key necklace? I don’t know how permanent it’ll be, I’d be walking around and
my bling will be dripping all over the place. – Dripping all over your
chest, liquid metal. – Exactly. We just remembered that when
we were removing the bearing from this fidget spinner, we broke it. So we don’t actually have one. – I’ve got a couple
bars of pewter as well. This is a higher temperature metal that we’re gonna make
a solid fidget spinner out of metal that doesn’t melt. – And if you guys wanna
see the exact opposite of melting metal, we did something where we took water, like
water out of a water bottle and turned it into instant
ice, into an instant slushy. It was like a magic trick. So make sure you guys go
check that out on his channel. The link is down in the description below. Make sure you go subscribe to him and show his video some love as well. But right now I think it’s time to step outside, light these on fire, but first, I heard we need
fire for this. – I got my fire! – I love the fire! I’m gonna lean back, okay. – Glasses on for safety. – Oh yeah! I guess, same! It’s working! (lively music) – Give that ten seconds and I think that’s gonna be hardened up already. Not too shabby. – [Collins] Is it hot to the glove? – [Grant] No, it’s not too bad. Whoa! There we go! – [Collins] We made a fidget spinner! – [Grant] What’s impressive
to me is this silicone holds up to the heat. – I was about to say the exact same thing. The silicone, if you look at it, it’s not damaged, it’s not melted. It was very, very, very hot. Alright, lit the top with the fire. (screaming) Ow, that’s hot! – [Grant] Let’s see how
hot that still is or isn’t. (sizzling) – No wonder it was so
hot when I grabbed it. We’re now outside for the final part. We’re gonna be lighting
this gallium on fire to see how it melts as it’s spinning. Before we do this, comment down below and let me know what should I make a fidget spinner out of next. – When it comes to
flaming fidget spinners, the experts use sanitizer. – And guys, please do not do this at home. And if you do, make sure you do it with parental supervision because this can be very, very. That being said, this is gonna be cool. – [Grant] Fill these little
holes with sanitizer. That’s gonna be cool, in fact look, we can kind of like track
it around in a circle. It’s gonna light up
that whole thing, sweet. flames are hard to
see, but that is burning. – [Collins] Whoa! Oh my gosh! – [Grant] It’s actually
still on fire right now. Look at that. – [Collins] Oh my gosh, yo! (intense music) – [Grant] It’s burning my fingers, you can’t even see the flames, but the whole spinner is disappearing. Look at that, the flaming disappearing fidget spinner trick. Okay, this is getting a little off track, you cannot see those flames,
but obviously it’s burning because it’s burning holes
in my fingertips right now. (yelling) We’re gonna have nothing but a bearing left here in a second. – Yo, it literally disintegrated! Right now guys, go check out the video we did on Grant’s channel, it is crazy. You can click right over there, or in the link down in
the description below. And make sure you guys
subscribe to his channel. This was so much fun, thank you so much for being in this video, and
I’ll see you guys again soon! Bye!

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