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How to Make a Cheap eco-friendly Light Up Cane.

How to Make a Cheap eco-friendly Light Up Cane.

This is my first instructable, so bear with me. My friend recently gave me a cane to go with my prom costume, however the cane he gave me was old beat up and most importantly, the head or handle if you prefer was completely detached.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.04.06 at 23:23

Battery transplant, recycling to the max

Battery transplant, recycling to the max

While cleaning my work shop, I found a couple of DeWALT Batteries that were completely dead. They would not take a charge, and zapping them with high voltage did not work ether.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.04.04 at 11:15

The Tiny Lemon Battery, and other designs for zero cost battery and led light

The Tiny Lemon Battery, and other designs for zero cost battery and led light

Hi, you probably already know about lemon batteries or bio-batteries. These usually use 3-4 lemons to barely light up a led. Good designed ones use just 1 lemon.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.04.03 at 03:54

The Tiny Lemon Battery (and more than 10 designs for a zero cost battery)

The Tiny Lemon Battery (and more than 10 designs for a zero cost battery)

Hi, you probably already know about lemon batteries or bio-batteries. These usually use 3-4 lemons to barely light up a led. Good designed ones use just 1 lemon.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.03.31 at 10:31

The tiny Lemon Battery (and other 10 designs for a zero cost battery)

The tiny Lemon Battery (and other 10 designs for a zero cost battery)

Hi, you probably already know about lemon batteries or bio-batteries. These usually use 3-4 lemons to barely light up a led. Good designed ones use just 1 lemon.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.03.31 at 05:52

Make your own simple battery 2

Make your own simple battery 2

an improved version moving away from fruit power to liquid acid power. Any acid will work, such as soda, water, that stuff that eats through your flesh when you spill it on you, or anything else that is acidic.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.03.30 at 18:11

LED Light

LED Light

Ever found yourself in the dark , not being able to see. Well now you can with this fabulous led light you will be able to see again. step 1Materials- 4 small watch batteries - 1 led light with on and off button - 1 sharpie permanent marker cap duct tape scissors Oh and 4 minutes of your life.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.03.29 at 16:39

Solar Power Clothes Dryer

Solar Power Clothes Dryer

This low-tech energy saver consists of a 20-foot length of rope and twenty or so clothes pins. step 1Using a drying rack inside also works well, but it takes a little longer to dry clothes.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.03.26 at 20:09

The micro Lemon Battery (reusable, 1 hour of led light )

The micro Lemon Battery (reusable, 1 hour of led light )

Hi, you probably already know about lemon batteries or bio-batteries. These usually use 3-4 lemons to barely light up a led. Good designed ones use just 1 lemon.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.03.22 at 14:44

Flashlight Without Batteries--from the book, "Haywired"

Flashlight Without Batteries--from the book, "Haywired"

In this project, you will make a flashlight that works without batteries. Even more amazing, you can recharge it in three minutes and it will run for more than 24 hours.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.03.22 at 14:30


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