Shooting fireballs from your empty hands just got a sleeker, slyer, more compact upgrade. Ellusionist, by way of magician Adam Wilber, introduced the original Pyro open-palm fireball shooter around this time last year. Its wrist unit contains 4 separate chambers, individually triggered for multiple shots, and each detonated by a remote device. Fireball kindling comes in Flash Packs, a treated tissue paper that burns super fast and disappears just as quick. The Pyro Mini pulls all the same tricks, but with less bulk to make it a less obvious badass source of your badass sorcery.
Ellusionist reports the Pyro Mini has also been streamlined for easier use and comes packed with "a host of new features that rival anything you'd see in a James Bond movie." In addition to being 50% smaller, the Mini has a built-in trigger on the top of the device, so you don't have to hold a separate remote trigger (though you still can). It is also USB-rechargeable from a laptop, rather than battery-operated. But the best new Pyro Easter Egg is probably its Burst Fire feature. Hold the remote or trigger down for a few seconds and turn your unleashed mono-ball of fire into a tag team. Two great balls of fire!