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  • Just Some Guy without a Mustache

    This box is impressively durable, I wonder how certain firearms would do against it, like a .50 cal

    • WayneM67
      WayneM67 Month ago

      Unfortunately Dell wants the laptop to be intact so Demolition Ranch was probably the first person marked off on their list lol

    • B1 playz2010
      B1 playz2010 3 months ago

      Sad they couldn’t use the lightsaber

    • Space Elf Downlink
      Space Elf Downlink 3 months ago

      @Synthmilk i saw a video once where that kind of plastic stopped up to a 44 mag. 5.56mm did not even crack it because it went right through the plastic so cleanly.

    • Anon Anon
      Anon Anon 3 months ago

      I can tell you. It would go straight through.

    • nowash-ms2
      nowash-ms2 3 months ago

      @ItZmrMaN35 the video could have been 2 mins long just a 50 cal shot done

  • Adolphus
    Adolphus 4 months ago +90

    I feel like the OVE9000 from payday would be a perfect build for cracking all sorts of unbreakable boxes, maybe making a power saw designed to go through a variety of materials

    • Adolphus
      Adolphus 4 months ago

      @Omega Riddler fair, that is a lot more sci fi of a project than the OVE9000

    • Omega Riddler
      Omega Riddler 4 months ago

      Sokol would have that box open much easier. He built a laser designed to break into safes.

  • PartyBomb
    PartyBomb 23 days ago +5

    I loved seeing all the cool weapons U guys have built over the years and it's not just engineering the editing is great as well

  • GlizzyGladiator
    GlizzyGladiator 3 months ago +3

    New to the channel, really hope beard man’s health gets in order, he’s a really good dude from what I’ve seen so far

  • yuoop noke
    yuoop noke 4 months ago +4

    I always love these videos, because everytime you can see that they have new stuff to break the box with and that they made progress.

  • Dominik Höbert
    Dominik Höbert 4 months ago +2424

    You forgot to power the laptop on after getting it out of the box. Wasn’t that the whole point, that it can survive the torture? Otherwise great video!

    • PartyBomb
      PartyBomb 23 days ago

      They put liquid nitrogen on it the computer would have froze

    • nameless_milk _
      nameless_milk _ 26 days ago

      @Jose Zuniga no, its because after opening it, it was probably broken so dell (the video sponsor) decided he can't show it.

    • nameless_milk _
      nameless_milk _ 26 days ago

      @B.Banner_Hulk Yeah and since its a sponsored video he can't really show that.

    • Naeris
      Naeris 28 days ago

      ain't no laptop surviving the kind of abuse they did

    • Bram Vanhelden
      Bram Vanhelden 4 months ago

      Everyone wants to know

  • Knight Templar
    Knight Templar Month ago +2

    The whole time I was just thinking “Use the damn power loader!” So when they finally did I was really happy…
    Until I saw a lack of results despite it being run over and used as a brick smashing tool.

  • MrGaleor
    MrGaleor 4 months ago

    I'd love to run into one of these challenges one day.

  • freiermann7
    freiermann7 4 months ago

    I’ve done Dells tour of their rugged design and testing facilities and they let you throw laptops off ladders and hose them down with pressure washers and such. It’s pretty fun.

  • Ultimus Gaming
    Ultimus Gaming 3 months ago

    dang that was great. Though i was looking foward to seeing you turn on the laptop afterwards. also technacally the storngest shape is a trangle so i would think it would be the best to build a unbreakable box. Another suggestion would be to make it a sphere so the corners and enges wont be exploitable.

  • SuperWhisk
    SuperWhisk 4 months ago +737

    The problem with an "unbreakable box" with something like that inside is breaking the box without breaking the contents. There were a few moments at the end there when I was sure the laptop was toast, but somehow you missed it.

    • Crebs
      Crebs 4 months ago

      Nokia phone are the real unbreakable box

    • The Bitch
      The Bitch 4 months ago +2

      Literally no damage would be done to the box if they just used an angle grinder and a screwdriver. :/
      There’s no problem, opening that box wouldn’t much… it’s just people milking idiotic content for money .

    • Tony Ganner
      Tony Ganner 4 months ago +6

      @sober667 would've been nice for them to be honest about that at the end e.g. "Now obviously it wasn't designed to survive what we just did to it, however.." and detail what it actually could survive...

    • sober667
      sober667 4 months ago

      @j Walster it wasnt doused in it - it has fair share of air around it wich is preety decend insulator so it got cold but def not THAT cold and policarbon is not best heat conductor nether

    • BananenBoerBob
      BananenBoerBob 4 months ago +40

      @KANAR TECH Rules of commecials: if it could turn on they would've shown it. If it can't just don't include the footage of you trying. Not that anyone buying this laptop would put it through something similar

  • Lucastinator
    Lucastinator 3 months ago

    James: This laptop is unbreakable!
    Also James: Woah, hold up there! This weapon might damage the laptop!

  • PhonesKP
    PhonesKP Month ago +1

    I absolutely figured Liquid nitrogen would work on the box because things become far more brittle when frozen. In fact exposing the box to extreme temperatures on opposite ends could potentially damage the box just based on what that can do to an aluminum can. But yeah, freezing it and hitting it really hard just works.

  • DIAbreao DIO Henderson
    DIAbreao DIO Henderson 4 months ago

    I've wanted to see if they could make projectile lightning through a heated Lazer since current can move through plasmas.

  • Tucker Smith
    Tucker Smith 3 months ago

    I love the fact that they could open it instantly, but they have fun with all of their gadgets.

  • Franklin Schmidt
    Franklin Schmidt 4 months ago +557

    But does the laptop still work that’s the real question

    • X Æ A-12
      X Æ A-12 4 months ago

      pretty sure this one was a dummy

    • Franklin Schmidt
      Franklin Schmidt 4 months ago

      @Michael I don’t think those were the wires I believe that they were some sort carrying strap or to put your arm through in case you let go f the handle so that it doesn’t fall

    • Kedar Patil
      Kedar Patil 4 months ago +4

      If it did, they would've shown it and it would've been a massive advertisement opportunity for Dell.

    • Giyu_tomioka
      Giyu_tomioka 4 months ago

      Yeah lol I mean they froze it below 290°c and smacked hammars on it lmao

    • Kedar Patil
      Kedar Patil 4 months ago +1

      It it does and it survives the Hacksmith, Dell is free to advertise it the way it is now, as it most definitely can survive anything.

  • IronPeregrine
    IronPeregrine 4 months ago +1

    "This laptop is built to be extremely durable and we put it in an unbreakable box to show off that trait"
    "Hey man we can't do that it might break the laptop"

  • Sir Aaron
    Sir Aaron 4 months ago

    Not only did this box feel like a step down from their previous itteration they had to go easy on it to avoid damaging the laptop....
    Doesn't really fare well for them.

  • MetalDude89
    MetalDude89 4 months ago +1

    The one thing I'm curious about here is, and this isn't a dig I'm genuinely wanting to learn, if he can't lift more than 20lbs due to surgery, how is he able to use what I'm assuming is a 70lb draw bow?

  • Branden Marcum
    Branden Marcum 3 months ago

    I love how they admit the lightsaber is cheating because it’s the most overpowered weapon they have 😆

  • electronicsNmore
    electronicsNmore 4 months ago +1480

    I was waiting for you to try powering it up after all that abuse. :-)

    • MCvet18
      MCvet18 3 months ago

      @BS sumukha internal damage exists tho. Just cuz it's in one piece doesn't necessarily mean the computer part of the laptop is scrapped. However, the box was made out of titanium and polycarbonate, so it might still actually work.

    • Uvis Senkans
      Uvis Senkans 3 months ago

      If it meets IPC class 3 requirements, electronics should be completely fine. Imagine in rockets and aerospace in general there are waay higher forces

    • t0ssY BoSSY
      t0ssY BoSSY 3 months ago

      @Dobie Tanpaw d

    • A Toyota Vehicle
      A Toyota Vehicle 3 months ago

      @Tallboi Bruh

    • Tyler Moen
      Tyler Moen 4 months ago

      Imagine if we still used hard drives in laptops 💀

  • Joaquín Sanhueza
    Joaquín Sanhueza 4 months ago +1

    “Lightsaber is cheating” that thing must be pretty strong to cut though that box

  • Benjamin Boonen
    Benjamin Boonen 4 months ago

    James: "bogdan, that's cheating"
    also James: * Puts it in an industrial press *

  • Bennett Hackett
    Bennett Hackett 4 months ago +3

    James: No Bogdan! The lightsaber is cheating
    Also James: put it in a press

  • joshua harris
    joshua harris 4 months ago

    You guys should make the sledgehammer from red faction guerrilla.
    It has a mechanism inside that slides a weight forward at high speed on impact. I am curious if that kind of mechanism would work in real life.

  • LostInfernoFireDragon
    LostInfernoFireDragon 4 months ago +777

    I just want to see the Master Chief's Rifle, because the Halo Builds are the most amazing ever. But I would love for you guys to actually build a Full Metal Gundam Armor, and than hydro dip in it some spray paint.

    • Dennis Tulloh
      Dennis Tulloh 4 months ago

      Can you pls make doomguys supershotgun

    • Chovboy
      Chovboy 4 months ago

      Brandon Herrera is your man for master chiefs rifle. Go ask him. He will probably make it if you ask nicely because it’s chambered in 7.62 just like his beloved AK’s

    • Mickel Dupont
      Mickel Dupont 4 months ago

      Canada moment 😞

    • Jack Magnium
      Jack Magnium 4 months ago

      @MNDarkfire ! someone else already built a working rifle from halo.

  • Noobly Walker
    Noobly Walker 3 months ago

    I love how you stand that box on end and knock it off the table instead of actually putting it in a position where all the forces of said weapon can go into the box. It's almost as if you didn't actually want to open the box.

  • Brisingr
    Brisingr 4 days ago

    Real credit goes to the production made hammers and axes that survived their encounter with that box

  • Luke Diehl
    Luke Diehl 4 months ago

    Would have love to see a slip of paper inside.
    "Sorry, your laptop is in another box."

  • alvin Ip
    alvin Ip 4 months ago

    I know this is more entertaining but in everyone of these unbreakable videos I want to see people use more conventional and effectively methods like angle grinders bandsaws and such

  • ErrlMcDabber
    ErrlMcDabber 4 months ago +395

    'Bogdon *grabs the lightsaber*. a modified glass blower.
    James: thats cheating of course that will get in
    Also james: "If I want someting done I gotta do it myself" *grabs an actual plasma cutter*

    • Hammar Tyme
      Hammar Tyme 4 months ago +3

      @Crebs since ur pic is minecraft
      "You cant break bedrock but when you do there is Nokia

    • Crebs
      Crebs 4 months ago +14

      Nokia phone are the real unbreakable box

    • Noah Luppe
      Noah Luppe 4 months ago +18

      but the plasma cutter is way more precise than just melting off the whole side of PC. and they just got rid of the metal strips, the PC box was broken with LN2 and force.

  • Ben Korpella
    Ben Korpella 4 months ago

    These are my favorite type of sponsored video, where the product is integrated into the video rather than tacked on at the end. I imagine they cost more too :p

  • Tasman Millen
    Tasman Millen 4 months ago

    I want to see less smashing with heavy things (sure start there but not too much) and more creativity, like the liquid nitrogen and maybe using the pry bar more. Other than that great video.

  • The Toon
    The Toon 12 days ago

    Ive always wondered if you had a unbreakable box similar to here and over fill it with water without any space for the water to escape.

  • Luca Hermann
    Luca Hermann 4 months ago +2

    8:29 the Hacksmith: "This ia almost -300 fahrenheit."
    People who use the metric system: "Alright, then. Keep your secrets."

  • Macattack
    Macattack 4 months ago +244

    I feel like someone needs to design a 2 foot by 2 foot solid steel rubrics cube for Bogdan to play with in the power loader...

    • Carson Rush
      Carson Rush 3 months ago

      @Wculp that's why it's a "steel" rubix cube.

    • Hammar Tyme
      Hammar Tyme 4 months ago +1


    • Wculp
      Wculp 4 months ago +3

      It would be a good idea to make it out of something durable as well in case it gets… mishandled..

    • Aristology
      Aristology 4 months ago +2

      Rubik’s cube*

    • BobT36
      BobT36 4 months ago


  • That Black Guy
    That Black Guy 4 months ago +1

    First, the hacksmith industries built amazing weapons and now using them to break boxes 😂

  • Sam-imatics
    Sam-imatics 4 months ago +1

    The question is. Does the laptop still work after all that

  • Samuel Lugo
    Samuel Lugo 4 months ago

    One of these days the boxes will get tough enough that they're going to need to equip Stormbreaker to the Power loader and smash it

  • Cxntrxl
    Cxntrxl 4 months ago

    Problem is it isn’t held down. When it gets hit off the table the energy is mainly kinetic, whereas when it’s hit on the floor or held down it’s absorbed by the box which can cause more stress and break easier

  • Fionn Gallagher
    Fionn Gallagher 4 months ago +443

    James: no! it cant take the lightsaber.
    Also him: put it liquid nitrogen.

    • Fionn Gallagher
      Fionn Gallagher Month ago

      @Kitt Oakheart yeah but…. Like that doesn’t count i guess.

    • VIBaJ 16
      VIBaJ 16 3 months ago +1

      @Thor's Gaming there's a computer inside. Did you watch the video?

    • Thor's Gaming
      Thor's Gaming 4 months ago +1

      @CyborgMike bruhhhh!!, that's not a computer, that's a unbreakable box

    • Ψ Воинomme
      Ψ Воинomme 4 months ago +1

      @Lim Kee Chee except that he smashed it with a hammer and open it with a plasma cutter

    • Lim Kee Chee
      Lim Kee Chee 4 months ago +2

      @Ψ Воинomme Im pretty sure that damn thing still works. It got frozen in a solid chunk of ice. Not as cold as liquid nitrogen sure. But, the polycarbonate probably protected it enough from the cold to work

  • Ιωαννης Φλεγκας

    James: lightasber is cheating
    Also James: *uses hydraulic press, plasma cutter and liquid nitrogen*

  • TheFlash!
    TheFlash! 4 months ago

    You're a great man. I'm going to save the lives of millions with my technology.

  • Wendy Miller
    Wendy Miller 3 months ago

    the only thing that ever goes through my mind, other there than pure manic energy, when watching these is, "you guys oan an angle grinder, right."

  • Meme Boi
    Meme Boi 4 months ago

    Imagine ordering one of these online and its april fools and it comes packaged like this 😂

  • Brian C Cortes
    Brian C Cortes 4 months ago +91

    I don’t think people realize how truly expensive dipping that box in liquid nitrogen really was

    • Ghost Bird Lary
      Ghost Bird Lary 3 months ago

      @Anon Anon i assume they get it way cheaper than that bc they buy prob like 20 liters or something like that and probably have connections for it since they have a large platform

    • Anon Anon
      Anon Anon 3 months ago +1

      @Ghost Bird Lary if you have to buy it in small amounts, a liter costs about $80

    • Ghost Bird Lary
      Ghost Bird Lary 3 months ago

      how expensive?

    • Zach Crawford
      Zach Crawford 4 months ago +28

      Not very. Liquid nitrogen costs about $1 liter if you have the equipment.

  • Pontus _
    Pontus _ 2 months ago

    You shields build a machine kind of like the power loader that can swing all your weapons with more force than anybody else

  • SuperLink
    SuperLink 3 months ago +1

    Lightsaber "Cheating"
    Liquid Nitrogen "Not cheating"
    I dont see how using LN aint cheating🤔

  • dolita windo
    dolita windo 4 months ago

    you guys inspire me to follow a path of design and engineering

  • hoiy vinosa
    hoiy vinosa 4 months ago

    you guys inspire me to follow a path of design and engineering

  • James Turner
    James Turner 4 months ago +131

    After seeing them make the Mandalorian Armor and The Iron Man Tech, I was wondering if they could try the Praetor suit from Doom. Its definitely not out of the question

    • levi evil
      levi evil 12 days ago

      Wait how about both doom slayer’s armor and his super shotgun

    • Blizzard Gaming
      Blizzard Gaming 4 months ago +1

      That and the rest of Master Chiefs armour would be awesome.

    • Dralathar Ironfist
      Dralathar Ironfist 4 months ago +4

      the classic doom armor would be good too. or armor from quake. tho most of gen z who prob watch these videos a lot definitely don't know what quake is

    • oi
      oi 4 months ago +4

      HOHO, time for The Only Thing They Fear Is You.

    • Gojirazillasaurus
      Gojirazillasaurus 4 months ago +2


  • bob bob
    bob bob 4 months ago

    I wonder if using a giant crowbar on the gap in the metal would work, and was unfortunate you didnt try the plasmasaber or use your high torque machines to their full potential

  • nukeboy715
    nukeboy715 4 months ago

    I wanna see them make the HF blade from metal gear rising revengeance, even if they couldn't get it to vibrate, they could probably get it to arc with electricity

  • doire aintu
    doire aintu 4 months ago

    I have been watching The HackSmith for years and I still cant figure out how many darn hammers they have!?

  • Dusty
    Dusty 4 months ago

    You gotta design a weapon specifically for breaking those indestructible boxes open

  • JumbledArrow 392
    JumbledArrow 392 4 months ago

    I've had this idea for a while and I thought maybe it would be a cool video idea yeah but a sword sword that is essentially a working belt belt that when you activate something the individual sections with sections lock up into a real usable sworeal usable sword but when not in use it could be A regular looking built

  • Lord Vergil Arcanis
    Lord Vergil Arcanis 4 months ago

    I feel like a splitting maul would have gotten a nice crack in it.

  • Connor Shakesby
    Connor Shakesby 4 months ago +2

    The moment when Charles first appears grabbing that hammer. Looked like a crazed psychopath.

  • SniffersMc
    SniffersMc 4 months ago

    I like these challenges, but I'm 100% sure they own a circular saw that could just cut the edges off the box xD

  • Alex Moorhead
    Alex Moorhead 4 months ago +19

    i want hacksmith to make a battlebot for 2 reasons
    1) seeing the team compete in a show that fits what they do on YT so well would be interesting, as well as making a series of how they came up with it and built it could get a lot of people into robot combat.
    2) it'll be a fun new smashy toy

    • WithersChat
      WithersChat 4 months ago +2

      @iye_Viking "Ten versus one? The odds are in our favor!"

    • iye_Viking
      iye_Viking 4 months ago +4

      They should just enter the power loader

  • Parallellia
    Parallellia 3 months ago

    The power loader reminds me those suits from Matrix, it just needs some high caliber guns.

  • Heart Crafted Games
    Heart Crafted Games 4 months ago

    You see the demonstration of the pc resisting any kind of damage, but at the same time you read that warranty doesn't cover any of those damages XD

  • Pseudonym X
    Pseudonym X 4 months ago +2

    0:28 This Shot from him on the Rooftop is such fire

  • T Raes
    T Raes 4 months ago +1

    „The lightsaber? No, that would be cheating.“
    *proceeds to use powerloader*

  • Brandon Peet
    Brandon Peet 4 months ago +54

    you guys inspire me to follow a path of design and engineering

  • NaeJax
    NaeJax 3 months ago

    if they maybe hit it in the middle they might've had a chance, hitting it on the edge of the frame is depressingly hard.

  • duckforceone
    duckforceone 4 months ago

    seeing these episodes makes me want to come and build a super pick axe to really try to penetrate things like this....

  • omar T
    omar T 4 months ago

    i like to see you guys making another unbreakable box

  • A C
    A C 4 months ago +1

    Has a whole team of engineers and spends the first 5 minutes trying to break polycarbonate with a sledgehammer. I guess if the video needs to be 10 minutes you can't just jump right in to the effective projects.

  • David Snoeberger
    David Snoeberger 4 months ago +12

    The question is, did the laptop still work after that? If so, that's INCREDIBLY impressive.

  • Jacob Muro
    Jacob Muro 3 months ago

    Hacksmith: hardest breakable box yet
    Justdustin: am I a joke to you?

  • Artecor
    Artecor 4 months ago

    Just dustin needs to bring an even more unbreakable box

  • Παναγιώτης Θ

    "come on, open the box it's not that hard!"
    Meanshile the box:
    P.S.: does the laptop boot? It looks intact but the circuitry could've been damaged from the liquid nitrogen

  • IronNinja707
    IronNinja707 4 months ago

    I like how they barely use their own weapons and they just use pre-made store-bought things. 🤣

  • Panda
    Panda 4 months ago +1

    Hacksmith, I think it would be great if you create a series teaching us how you do engineering.

  • Chantal Dussault Howard
    Chantal Dussault Howard 4 months ago +1

    By the way you are absolutely amazing you are the best Clip-Sharer I have ever seen you’re the best Hacksmith. Your team is amazing thank you for posting such amazing videos.

  • K. Ali Pardhan
    K. Ali Pardhan 4 months ago

    I really liked this channel from a joined 18 months ago after linus helped them with a server, but since them they have listed the engineering/how-to focus. Every video over the last months seems like a long tik-tok video with minimal educational value.

  • William Lindsay
    William Lindsay 3 months ago

    the fact the axe did a good bit of damage and then they only use it once. also they didnt have it against a good and solid object for most. they were definitely holding back in the first because, then using mass distribution later to make it seem more durable than it is. the power loader on top isnt the same as the power loaders wait in a small spot.

    • William Lindsay
      William Lindsay 3 months ago

      sorry, left one of theose bits unfinished. ... "because" tehy were likely getting paid for it. of course with the plasma cutter they were getting used to the ideas and figured they wouldnt damage it much anyway.

  • bookmasterharry
    bookmasterharry 4 months ago +34

    You guys are some of my heroes, keep up the good work!

  • Adrian Foster
    Adrian Foster 3 months ago

    I'd imagine breaking into an ATM is easier

  • TheFlash!
    TheFlash! 4 months ago

    You're the greatest inventor of our time.

  • Jakob Höffler
    Jakob Höffler 4 months ago

    That Ironman helmet scene was freaking awesome

  • Ridley
    Ridley 4 months ago

    I'm curious what the condition of the computer was after you got it out

  • Arjun Gupta
    Arjun Gupta 4 months ago

    Dell: So guys I want you people to break a box with our laptop in it to prove how rugged the laptop is...
    have fun demolishing it

  • Phant0m360
    Phant0m360 4 months ago

    I knew that they were gonna make the light-saber cheating. That thing is too powerful.

    SAATVIK DWIVEDI 4 months ago

    Those laptops got a lot of abilities. 👍

  • Purpled hair multiverse traveller

    The "unbreakable" box: They’re starting to break through and I can stop them

  • Arqito
    Arqito 4 months ago +14

    Nothing like a good unbreakable box episode to start the day! Excellent work

  • DatBickBoi
    DatBickBoi 4 months ago +1

    The hacksmith in 10 years: I built a portable machine that can stop time!

  • Legendlurker
    Legendlurker 4 months ago

    This is like the end of a prank war when your roommate encases your laptop.

  • Brendan Jahoda
    Brendan Jahoda 4 months ago

    Dell: This laptop is rated for 6 foot drops
    Hacksmith: let's drop it off the roof

  • TheFlash!
    TheFlash! 4 months ago +1

    We gotta get this done this year.

  • Marco Fioretti
    Marco Fioretti 4 months ago +50

    With how slow the power loader appears I keep underestimating it’s strength

    • Argy News
      Argy News 4 months ago +1

      It’s it a glorified press it would be able to crush it I bet you

    • Ruben Janssen
      Ruben Janssen 4 months ago +3

      @Sebastian Jost a real testement to how strong that box was

    • Sebastian Jost
      Sebastian Jost 4 months ago +16

      It casually crushed those bricks with the box yet couldn't do anything to the box itself.
      But seeing how the bricks just crumbled made me appreciate how strong the power loader actually is.

    • The Antagonist
      The Antagonist 4 months ago +1

      Contrary to Tanks, ofc.

  • Kieran Brown
    Kieran Brown 4 months ago

    That was a blooming great advert. Makes me want to buy one right now.

  • Kakzz
    Kakzz 4 months ago +1

    James, “I cannot lift more than 20 pounds because of my surgery” also James 9:05

  • LogoLogo
    LogoLogo 4 months ago

    Could you guys make the gun from the game Control? It has different forms on it to fight bad guys. Also you guys rock! I bet you guys could possibly build anything

  • justviktor
    justviktor 4 months ago

    Imagine every Dell shipped like that

  • 2001 DJ
    2001 DJ 4 months ago +1

    7:20. We call this the Plainrock Method of scratch testing.

  • Just Another Music Channel

    I’m happy to be subbed to the only people that have to hold back during unbreakable box challenges lol

  • Rasmus Amund Henriksen
    Rasmus Amund Henriksen 4 months ago

    Using the arrows made me think about Hawkeyes trick arrows from Marvel, that would be a nice different hacksmith project