The Pyro Fireshooter may look like a gadget straight from a superhero movie, but it was actually designed by Adam Wilber for magicians. It was inspired by flashguns that also shoot fireballs, and are loaded with specially-treated instant burn paper and cotton. He spent 2-years developing Pyro, building 4 prototypes along the way. Wilber says, “This is the first physical product that I have developed. I bought one of these flashguns a while ago and had way too much fun playing with it.” Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.
“The device comprises a wearable strap that looks much like a watch, and a trigger button that can be held in the other hand or dropped into a pocket when not in use. Two AAA batteries are used to power the wearable unit and a 2032 watch battery is used to power the trigger. The strap is designed to be discreet and can be worn comfortably out of sight underneath a sleeve – that is, until it needs to be used,” reports Gizmag.