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Cheap Battery holder and switch

Cheap Battery holder and switch

In this short instructable we will create a battery holder which also acts as a switch. It is portable, lightweight and uses no special techniques to create.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.09.14 at 19:39

Uncle John's portable solar water distiller ( For Survival )

Uncle John's portable solar water distiller ( For Survival )

This is something I made on a whim. Its very simple to do and the pictures pretty much self-describe the directions to make it. Any old 2 liter plastic soda bottle will work.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.09.06 at 16:10

How to make your own battery backup

How to make your own battery backup

Here is a easy way to build your own battery backup to power your computer tv or whatever step 1The partsYou will need 1 12V car battery or 2 6V car batterys a car battery charger a 400 Watt power inverter some wire and depending on your battery bolts step 2The assembleyif your battery has posts replace the bolts with posts Screw the bolts to the battery and put the battery charger clamps on them Then wrap the wires from the inverter….

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.09.02 at 11:53

Solar water heater from pond liner

Solar water heater from pond liner

Guess you know that there is nothing greater than a fresh bath in the heat of the summer. But with the end of summer the high temperatures will be gone too and going for a bath outside might be just a bit chilly.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.09.02 at 05:44

Blackberry Tour Memory Card Hack and How to Fix your Battery Door

Blackberry Tour Memory Card Hack and How to Fix your Battery Door

When I first got my Blackberry Tour the battery door would somewhat squeak when I would hold the phone in my hands and type. Me being somewhat persnickity this was unacceptable, but figured it wasn't worth a trip to the store to see about a fix.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.09.01 at 13:17

How to Increase Memory Card Storage Space and Fix your Battery Door on the Blackberry Tour

How to Increase Memory Card Storage Space and Fix your Battery Door on the Blackberry Tour

When I first got my Blackberry Tour the battery door would somewhat squeak when I would hold the phone in my hands and type. Me being somewhat persnickity this was unacceptable, but figured it wasn't worth a trip to the store to see about a fix.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.09.01 at 12:13

How to Increase Memory Card Storage Space and Fix you Battery Door on the Blackberry Tour

How to Increase Memory Card Storage Space and Fix you Battery Door on the Blackberry Tour

When I first got my Blackberry Tour the battery door would somewhat squeak when I would hold the phone in my hands and type. Me being somewhat persnickity this was unacceptable, but figured it wasn't worth a trip to the store to see about a fix.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.08.31 at 14:08

Homemade Cordless Drill Battery Charger

Homemade Cordless Drill Battery Charger

In this article you will find step-by-step instructions on how to build a battery charger from wood scraps that will allow you to charge a NiCd (ni'-cad) cordless drill battery.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.08.23 at 00:37

Credit Card Battery Cover

Credit Card Battery Cover

Are you sick of picking up your mouse and the batteries falling out or rocking out in Rockband only to have your batteries fall out mid song? Do you have some form of tape holding your batteries in? Do you want you credit card to work for you instead of against you? This Instructable will guild you through the process of making a kick ass battery cover for your lost or broken small device battery cover.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.08.10 at 14:14

Solar Window Inserts

Solar Window Inserts

Free heat with minimal investment. Having a serious interest in renewable energy, I recently got the urge to try and create a solar insert that would simply slide into my existing window casings to help with the heating of my 1996 mobile.

Via Instructables | Posted on 2009.08.04 at 17:30


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