Fidget spinners are popular in America, but the trend appears to be bigger—both literally and figuratively—in Finland, where YouTube personalities (and real-life married couple) Anni and Lauri Vuohensilta teamed up to make a 33-pound version of the toy.

For the uninitiated, the Finnish factory owners host the popular Hydraulic Press Channel, which features them crushing objects with a 100-ton hydraulic press. They created another YouTube channel, Beyond the Press, where they post videos of themselves conducting dangerous-sounding experiments. (Example: "Can you flush a toilet with explosives?")

In the two Beyond the Press videos below, you can watch the destructive duo as they use a Prenta M3 3D printer to make the massive plastic gadget. They bill it as the world’s largest fidget spinner—and seeing as how it requires two hands to spin and a leaf blower to move, their claim might just be correct.

[h/t Laughing Squid]