By BUDLoNG on Mar 30, 2021

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I wanted to try to cut the fat from the tina whoop frame and try to get some more prop in there.
I did not bolt on these props and when i spun up for the first time I felt something hit my head and then i saw something coming at my face. I was able to dodge the second on, but not the first. Had that hit me in the eye it could have been bad. Note to self.....spinnning shards of plastic should be secured and checked.



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Jodie Froster   Apr 01, 2021  

I like how you took a frame designed EXPLICITLY to be as safe as possible, literally a cage, and made it so unsafe it threw it's props at you like ninja stars the first time you turned it all the way on

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