Ladies and gentlemen, I'd like to introduce you to Throwflame; a TF-19 WASP drone attachment that can spit fire up to 25 feet for a minute on a gallon of fuel. Yes, you've heard it right, this dangerous but exciting contraption can genuinely turn your quadcopter into the ultimate fire breathing machine. 

The best part? It's actually on sale! We've seen a lot of flame-throwing drones for a while now, but this one right here is the real deal. It's logical to wonder why anyone would want to sell such an outlandish thingamajig, but the truth is, despite sheer novelty, is its functionality. 

Believe it or not, the drone is good at clearing powerlines of trash, pest elimination, and a lot of actually useful things. It can even be used as a pyrotechnic movie prop in sci-fi flicks as a killer slash fire breathing slash demon-possessed quadcopter. 

In reality, though, it opens up a lot of possibilities, especially for necessitating jobs (like clearing a nest of wasps) that might put people at risk. In a post by Gizmodo, Quinn Whitehead, Throwflame's founder, said that people would likely purchase the attachment for recreational use. While the other half for "agricultural work or lighting stuff where access is limited." 

Whitehead added that "any technology is scary at first... it's a unique concept." He might be attributing when drones were first sold on the market, a lot of concerns about privacy we're raised, but most of them were an overreaction. In the case of the Throwflame, many heads will certainly roll-over, but if it's useful in the long run, why not. 

Besides, users are still restricted to the FAA's drone rules and local ordinances. The drone will be on sale on Friday for $1499. For more information, you can check out their website, www.throwflame.com.

If you're still not sure about the whole flamethrowing drone thing, you can check out the company's promotional video below.