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Copyright NAO 2008
In the cold of winter or the dark of night, this
odd headpiece actually does serve to provide
both heat and light,
though it is usually worn
just for looks. The helmet itself is made of
leather and steel to protect the wearer's head.
A portable, 1-lb. propane cylinder is worn on the
belt, and connects via a small hose to the back
of the helmet.
Six shape-able copper tubes
protrude from the helmet, and are specially
tipped to prevent blowout of the flames.
Runs for 1 hour on a single tank, and includes
a manual valve on the helmet.