Step 1: Open Sesame:
Step 2: Pry It Open
Note: Be careful, the outer casing of the battery is sharp!
Step 3: OMG!
Imagine my surprise when I saw what was inside and dumped it out...
Step 4: Still Amazed
You have got to be kidding me!
If I knew about this sooner, I would be a rich man.
Step 5: Whew
You'd think battery companies could come up with a more economical way of making a 12v battery. Especially since the things only retail for under $2.
Their loss, our gain. Am I right?
Well, thats it for my very first instructable.
Hope you all enjoyed it!
It was at least worth a laugh I hope.
Kipkay, thanks again for making the instructable you did. I'll definitely be using what I learned from yours to help me with some electronics projects. (I'm always in the market for another source of cheap power)
(BTW: if you haven't figured it out i was just joking. don't go blowing your last two dollars thinking you are gonna come away with another ten.)
Step 6: Okay Okay
So this instructable isn't a _complete_ bust, I'll add some steps to show why I wanted the batteries in the first place...to make a small 9v using six of the buttons.