If you've ever wondered what would happen if your Nokia 3310 phone was smashed by a red hot hydraulic press, now's your chance to find out.
In a new video from Hydraulic Press Channel posted on January 15, a 40-ton "travel press" made by MKH-press crushes an array of items, from a snowball to the iconic Nokia phone.
The Nokia 3310 explodes in a fiery mess, with flames so intense that even the camera shooting the slow-motion footage gets burned.
Up next, the hydraulic press does its worst to a block of dry ice, which ends up creating a giant fog cloud. The Lego bricks go up in flames as well. But you may be less impressed when an orange and a snowball go through the press.
This is probably a good time for an important reminder: Don't try this at home.
In the past, the Hydraulic Press Channel has crushed everything from lava lamps to tubes of toothpaste, all in the name of science.
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