The first 1,000 units were picked up by customers last week.
Earlier this year, Elon Musk made headlines when his Boring Company pre-sold more than 20,000 flamethrowers, resulting in $10 million USD gross revenue in a matter of days. Despite facing a potential ban from the state of California, Musk has moved forward with getting the devices into the hands of eager customers. But in order to skirt any regulatory issues, Musk is insisting that the product is called “Not a Flamethrower.” He took to Twitter to share images of the first 1,000 flamethrowers that were picked up, which are capable of emitting flames up to two feet. People tested out the device by roasting marshmallows and got some photo ops next to a Boring Company sign.
The Boring Company has also been working on an underground tunnel in Los Angeles, which is nearing completion.
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