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This Tungsten Cube is pretty much the heaviest 4” cube you can get here on earth. It’s one of the densest elements which makes it insanely weighty for its size. You literally can’t make sense of it when you see it then try to pick it up haha. We’ve been wanting to KO stuff with it at our drop tower for ages so it was epic to finally get it done!
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  • 200,000 likes on this vid and we’ll drop our 300kg solid steel fist on the cube!! 😳🤯

    • 9pppp

    • please

    • No

    • 2500

    • The gravity research center should calculate earths spin into the equation of lengrh for the drop if you watch another video you could see the car slightly slide to the side in free fall when it was supposed to be exactly lined up with the gaint axe

  • Cube cost $2499

  • $20,000

  • Cube v Cube. Cube cost £300 off dodgy Dave.

  • The cube weighs about 41.6 pounds

  • $2000

  • That cube is from Chuck Norris' collection.

  • The cube cost 3499 dollar

  • if you don't care for all the mumbo jumbo these cringe guys Are talking and just want to see when they start dropping shit skip to 3:25

  • 5:10 music?

  • Considering the price of tungsten, the volume of the cube and the manufacturing price, I'd say about $2,5k

  • 11:37 look at the bug

  • $865 is the cost of the cube

  • $1895.00 Additionally, any possibility of tracking and displaying the speed of the objects you drop?

  • $2,500 us

  • Okay Stanford and his daughter are adorable. Shes so bright for her age! You can tell he makes learning fun for her.

  • $2499 american dollars

  • Word of “well that’s not in one piece anymore” are at the bowling ball vs trampoline video when the bowling ball is broken

  • 980 dollaridoos

  • Hits the powder auhhhhhhhhhh ahhhhhhh

  • W for wolfram

  • The cube cost $2000!

  • sultan amerika kalo gabut

  • Stop talking and get dropping.

  • The cube cost 500$

  • $600

  • I watch this content for the destruction, not for their personality, because it's so bland it makes a blank sheet of paper intriguing.

  • Drop 100 plates from the tower. not at the same time. See if you can hit a target. drop 1 - then drop 2 - then drop 3, see how they act.

  • Tungsten rods from orbit? A non-nuclear option to destroy entire cities? O.D.I.N.? ...yup.

  • It’s not the heaviest possible 4” cube because it’s not made of osmium, but that would be prohibitively expensive.

  • noice

  • I feel bad for the red dye bucket

  • $2500.00 for the cube

  • 14:23 please close your eyes.

  • 5:00 name song?

  • Let's be honest im here for their voices XD

  • Next time put ur hand there let's see what happen

  • u could literally jump on those slabs and break all lol

  • A tungsten cube of that size would cost 5000$

  • Come on morty we gotta get me CCUUUUUBBBBBBBEEEEE

  • I once bought a 30 lb block of tungsten. The seller shipped it in a USPS flat rate box. Flat rate means you pay a fixed price no matter what the package weighs. “If it fits, it ships.” That had to be the best shipping deal ever. So when it arrived, the box looked heavily worn and crumpled, especially around the edges and corners. The first time I picked up the box I gave it a little shake and the block of tungsten tore through the bottom of the box and hit the floor. Just barely missed my feet.

  • When the earth gets in the way...

  • Ide realy like to see the outcome if it was let fall in a flat side Manor? No edge or points to account for just brutal punch

  • would love to see that on a car from 45 m

  • Imagine destroying a city dropping like hundreds of these

    • @Caleb Darnell Holy crap is right. The conservative estimates were that the projectiles could be traveling in excess of 10x the speed of sound when they made landfall. That’s going to ruin someone’s day.

    • @James Perkins HOLY CRAP

    • You’re basically describing the Rod from God/Fist of Stalin project. Imagine a telephone pole sized piece of tungsten, dropped from low-Earth-orbit. The cataclysm would be somewhere on the order of a nuclear warhead’s.

  • $950

  • Drop it on the republican party.

  • I love how they still haven't pinned someone for the comtest

  • Next do a depleted uranium tank sabot round

  • I guess the cube cost about $300

  • That would be a 4”x4”x4” cube

  • It looks like a palm tree

  • It costed 1,421!

  • The cube costs $5,600


  • Now make it into a fin stabilised pointy rod and fire it out of a rifled barrel at 1,600 feet per second like the challenger II does..

  • The cube costs 2000 dollars?

  • $2,499.00 but order soon there's only 10 left in stock on Amazon

  • Tungsten cube vs. Tramp

  • get some money. buy a tungsten cube and drop it on some stuff. i cant understand the point of that🤨😐

  • 2500 k?

  • Tiger Woods on the We’ll pin ya? How good! Also, Ill guess $3,000 dollerydoos

  • $2000

  • Only ridiculous is how long this video is

  • Was that a Goldfinger banana?

  • I think I'm way off but I think the cube costs around 600 dollars USD.

  • your daughter is so cute

  • com-test: $8000

  • Actually Scott dropped a pie down the shoot in the liquid plumr video Also $440 American dollars

  • What about the cube vs. the unbreakable box?

  • 3:41 based on true story

  • Amazing energies involved. I'd like to see a mathematical formula taking the known quantities involved; weight of the tungsten, height of the tower, atmospheric resistance, acceleration of gravity at 32 feet per second/per second ........ of course all these calculations may be utterly pointless as you guys are Down Under which means the object is technically falling ....... UP !?

  • $2,500

  • I think it cost 130.06$

  • 2'499

  • commtest: the tungsten cube cost $2.499.000

  • Cube cost 4,279 👍

  • What's the name of the song during the first slowey

  • 1078

  • Peanut for cube name

  • Sparky?

  • You should name the cube peanut

  • The cube was AU$1238.52. Lol

  • 50 thousand dollar re doos

  • It cost about 2,500 US dollars.

  • Hows waching in 3025

  • I wonder how good it is against the Z Sword

  • You should drop a plan on to a tank

  • Kiwi co i done a lot of those they are fun

  • So cool

  • Fish tank... obliterated lol

  • We got kiwico for 2 months, best 2 months ever.

  • The Aussie is strong with this video

  • The cost 2741 USD. I don't know how much it cost in other currencies though. That is just how much it costs in the USA on amazon.

  • Video starts at 3:25

  • That’s the all spark

  • It has the symbol w for wolfram because it breaks textbook knowledge thats the truth

  • The 4" tungsten cube is $2,500

  • What If you drop that cube on another cube.

  • I think the cube is $3110