Science: Health: Emotion
Hot Coals Treadmill   (+1)  [vote for, against]
Show them your determination and dedication

This thing has so many uses, I don't really know where to begin.

Ceramic treads carry the coals from the propane heating chamber to the user's feet. A smaller treadmill ferries the coals back to the heating chamber. A rotating ceramic scoop lifts up the coals heats them in the propane fire and dumps them onto the treadmill.

Great for office gatherings, family reunions, graduations, bar mitzvahs and home use.

Comes with chain attachment in case you need to be dragged.

Some minor assembly required.
-- sartep, Jul 01 2003

inspiration http://www.halfbake..._20Park_20Treadmill
Yes, Bristolz your picture and Half's idea inspired me. [sartep, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Can't you just take the top off one of these babies? http://www.hatcocor...nveyor-toaster-1002
(i.e., the coals stay in place while the belt moves over them.) [DrCurry, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

(?) walking on hot coals
One way is easier to design, the other way is easier on the feet. [sartep, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

-- bristolz, Jul 01 2003

Hopes "Hmm" means bris was inspired. I'm stomping on a bun - wai
-- thumbwax, Jul 01 2003

Putting my winter socks back in the drawer. +
-- saker, Jul 01 2003

And to roast chickens and hamsters without a spit.
-- FarmerJohn, Jul 01 2003

Excellent, sartep.
-- mrthingy, Jul 02 2003

I like [Curry]'s improvement. Except for the "grill" lines on the soles of the feet, I think it solves several problems quite nicely. A lightly toasted heel of bread for the whole idea, [sartep]. +
-- k_sra, Jul 02 2003

+ This is for those who want to practice fire-walking at home.
-- pluterday, Jul 02 2003

Walking on actual hot coals hurts less. See link.

But yes it is easier to make that device work.
-- sartep, Jul 02 2003

Surefire cure for cold feet in nearlyweds.
-- lurch, Jul 02 2003

Not to mention athletes foot, if it’s hot enough.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jul 02 2003

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