‘Alaskan Bush People’: Noah Brown’s Strap-On Power Saw – Accident Waiting to Happen or Cool Invention?

Alaskan Bush People outdoor man Noah Brown set out for the woods with his newest invention. Some might say it looked pretty dangerous. He called this tool the “Bush Brush Whacker” and basically it’s a power saw that he strapped to his arm and hand. Fans think it’s an accident waiting to happen.

Alaskan Bush People: Noah Brown Creates Strap-On Tool of Destruction

This Noah Brown invention resembles a circular deli slicer blade rotating at a fast speed while it’s strapped on to his arm. The thing could probably double for slicing cold cuts as well but he’s using it to clear the new Alaskan Bush People land.

As dangerous as this tool looks, Noah Brown doesn’t seem too concerned. Yet he tells his worried wife that he took at least one precaution. Safety-conscious viewers probably found themselves thinking of all the things that could go wrong with this contraption.

Alaskan Bush People Son: No Need to Worry – ‘I Have a Visor’

When Noah’s wife Rhain commented that the tool didn’t look safe, he replied – “I have a visor, how is that not safe?” Since it’s strapped on, he can’t toss it aside as you stumble. It’s going down with you.

If this Alaskan Bush People star fell with that thing on his arm, he could slice and dice any body part.  Even swinging his arm as he walked could take a chunk out of his leg if he weren’t careful. Notice Noah Brown’s ingenious use of duct tape to ensure it stays put.

Alaskan Bush People: Bush Brush Whacker

Alaskan Bush People: Not a Tool to Use in a Crowd?

Noah Brown’s latest invention looks like it’s also a danger to anyone walking close to Noah. He demonstrated this when the blade got too close to his wife’s face as he gestured while talking. It’s probably not the best tool for someone who waves around while talking.

While other Brown family members create things as well, so far it’s clear that Noah Brown is the Alaskan Bush People’s top inventor. He’s known to create some crazy inventions since the show began.

Noah Brown Electrifies His Head

Recently on the TLC show, Noah Brown took an old fashioned top hat and threw a bug zapper inside. With the pull of a string, he could flip it up when bugs were around. It worked well. He flipped his top and the bugs lined up for electrocution. So, they never stood a chance.

But creating a market for something like this could be a task. As putting that much electricity on the top of your head might not seem too enticing. However, the Alaskan Bush People mad inventor seems more intent on making functional items to use on the mountain, not as merchandising opportunities.

Alaskan Bush People: Necessity is the Mother of Invention

It looks like most of Noah’s inventions come to him trying to make tasks in the bush easier. Clearly, most of them do work well, but there’s not a lot of safety features built in.

In the end, the Alaskan Bush People inventor used the “Bush Brush Whacker” to clear the land where Noah and wife Rhain plan to build their home. He got the job done and Noah Brown stayed intact while doing so.

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Maggie Larkin

I'm obsessed with reality TV and what people will do to get their 15 minutes of fame. I enjoy soaps and sci-fi shows as well.