This article is a summary of a YouTube video "Tungsten Thor's Hammer (World's HEAVIEST)" by Hacksmith Industries

The World's Heaviest Thor's Hammer - A Gift for Hafthor Bjornsson

TLDRWatch as the Hacksmith team creates the world's heaviest replica of Thor's hammer, weighing over 110 pounds. They fill a replica Mjolnir with tungsten and lead, aiming to make it the heaviest ever. The hammer is a gift for Hafthor Bjornsson, the World's Strongest Man.

Key insights

🔨The team sets out to create the world's heaviest Thor's hammer replica, weighing over 110 pounds.

🌍They fill a replica Mjolnir with a combination of tungsten and lead to increase its weight.

💪The hammer is a gift for Hafthor Bjornsson, the World's Strongest Man, known for playing 'The Mountain' in Game of Thrones.

🔥The team uses a flamethrower to melt the lead and fill the hammer with the molten metal.

🏋️Various team members attempt to lift the heavy hammer, showcasing its impressive weight.

Q&A

What materials are used to make the hammer heavier?

The team uses a combination of tungsten and lead to increase the weight of the hammer.

Who is the hammer a gift for?

The hammer is a gift for Hafthor Bjornsson, the World's Strongest Man, known for his role as 'The Mountain' in Game of Thrones.

How heavy is the hammer?

The hammer weighs over 110 pounds, making it one of the heaviest Thor's hammer replicas ever created.

How do they melt the lead?

The team uses a combination of a stove and a flamethrower to melt the lead and fill the hammer with molten metal.

Can anyone lift the hammer?

Due to its extreme weight, only individuals with exceptional strength, like Hafthor Bjornsson, can lift the hammer.

Timestamped Summary

00:37The team sets out to create the world's heaviest Thor's hammer replica.

01:10Using a combination of tungsten and lead, they aim to increase the weight of the hammer.

02:43The process involves melting the lead using a stove and a flamethrower.

07:46The lead-filled hammer weighs approximately 74.5 pounds.

09:57The team encounters difficulties in filling the hammer with lead.

10:30They reattempt the lead melting process using a controlled temperature.

12:30The lead is poured into the hammer, resulting in a weight of 91.2 pounds.

18:58Various team members attempt to lift the heavy hammer.