YouTuber What's Inside Cut Open Marshmello's Helmet -- And You Can Win One Half

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Did you know Marshmello's famous white, smiling helmet is made with a 3D printer? It lights up and it probably has a bunch of complicated wires inside, but that's not what you get to see inside today. Nah, Marshmello did meet up with the Youtube channel What's Inside and gifted the super-nice dad host one of his most rudimentary leftovers, but they couldn't cut open one of the big-time modern ones because they're so hard to make, easy to break, and few in numbers.

The What's Inside guys do get to cut open the simple one, revealing the plastic mold to be rather sparse. It's got a plastic band not unlike those found in bike helmets, as well as two lights literally superglued to the top. This is a great video if you're trying to make your own Marshmello helmet for Halloween or for everyday super-fan purposes. There's a chance the guys will cut open one of the real deals in the near future, and What's Inside is giving away one half of these helmets if you enter here.

The video isn't all gooey guts, though. Most of the video is just the host man enjoying himself at a Marshmello concert. He gets backstage access, so you can see what sweet treats the confectionery producer chows down on in his spare time. Now we know how he got his name. He even gets to meet the sugary superstar, which is how he gets the helmet, naturally.

It's a super cute video to match the super cute “Alone” soundtrack. The cutest part is watching this adorable, loving father try to explain what “electronic dance music” is and pronounce deadmau5's name. It's definitely worth the watch below. 


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