Step 3: Sew the Board In

I carefully snipped some of the threads holding the hem of the glove down, in the back, until I had just enough of a hole to slip the circuit board and battery inside.  I snipped a tiny hole right at the hem and stitched around it by hand using buttonhole stitch, for the battery charger.  I placed this by feel, letting the wire go wherever, and sewed the charger down with a lot of thread wrapped around it.  The circuit board and battery actually got caught a little on the knit fibers, and did not need to be sewn in place (this was lucky because later I had to take them out to fix a solder joint I'd broken).

<p>Yeah, Indestructability Man said it. I love the concept, but none of these are suitable for really cold and possibly windy conditions. Working on how to do this with extreme-weather gloves.</p>
You can buy these, http://www.thesource.ca/estore/product.aspx?language=en-CA&amp;catalog=Online&amp;category=bluetooth_accessories&amp;product=8012419
which wire/cables do i need to extend?
Does anybody think you can take apart a bluetooth headset and add it to a hat. I would like to add it to a snapback, not a beanie though.
I did a similar build for Halloween. I was inspector gadget and wanted the full effect of the gadget phone. I had the microphone in the pinky and the earpiece in the thum. I added a pull-out fake antennae for looks. (The other glove had the gadget light/uv/laser pointer in the finger.) The only problem I had was my soldering was garbage so it broke after the first wear. I should have used hot glue to make it stronger. Very cool build, I'm glad that someone shared this idea.
This would be epic as an Inspector Gadget prop.<br>Someday this shall be one of my projects. Good job. ^-^
Awesome!!!!! :D this is so cool! once i get a phone, im going to do this!
This is soooo original!<br><br>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ML5p3aAVS5g
yea thats the original + its better jk. they are both good
Love it!
Maxwell Smart would have scoffed at this. How would that look- talking into your glove? Ha! Ridiculous Chief!<br>I want one :)
I think it would be a great idea for any type of glove, (if you have the skill to put it together correctly), ill try it out maybe with my pair for skiing :D
hahahaha awsome
oh thats cool ima try it
All I have to say is &quot;Go Go Gadget Phone!&quot; <br> <br>I love it!
This is so cool! Well done! I have a sister who sews very well, and I'm going to ask her to help me work on this! Good job!
I've been considering making an Inspector Gadget phone glove, this Instructable is perfect! Thank you!
WANT ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!<br>Brilliant idea, conception and execution
Hmmm the blonde is the video was cute :o) nice idea btw, looks like it could be fun for some practical jokes!!!!
well done, love it! :)
This is TOO ADORABLE!! Then again, so are you, so it only makes sense. But omg, how CUTE!! It's absolutely insane, and I love it!
I've shown this to quite a few people and everyone loves it. Rachel, you are simply brilliant! And you have character...
Don't take this the wrong way but, your pic looks as if you just stepped out of Whoville. Great ible too. Guess it's a race to the thrift to get a proper shoe to do the &quot;Get Smart&quot; phone. Amazed no one has done it yet, really.
How did you know that I've tried for years to have all my outfits look like I was drawn by Dr Seuss? Yay it's working!<br /> <br /> (<a href="https://www.instructables.com/pages/search/search.jsp?cx=partner-pub-1783560022203827:npr2q7v5m6t&amp;cof=FORID:11&amp;ie=ISO-8859-1&amp;q=shoe+phone">and about that shoe phone idea...</a>)
OH! What a great idea!! and I know several who would LOVE to have a bluetooth edition of Maxwell's shoephone. That would be so hilarious!
ahh they have. many times - I made one years ago (did not last long in the shoe NOTE use THICK soled shoes especially if your heavy of just walking will kill it :-)
Love the idea. Am going to give this a try possibly using leather fingerless mitts. Will let you know how it goes including photos of it in use. Great instructable :)
Post pics by all means! I'd love to see your version.
This is great, almost as great as the banana headset!
Great!!!!<br><br>You should add an undercoat insde of the glove for protect circuit<br>It will be more comfortable,<br><br>Thanks
Excellent! I teach telecommunications at a post secondary institute and I showed my students - they loved it! Great idea!
I'm serious when I say: It's a shame using this would make one look bat-shit crazy.
INORITE! Although actually that's kinda the point.
At least twice as crazy as the people who walk around with bluetooth headsets you can't see and look like they're just talking to themselves. ;)
Right!! At least this one looks like one has made the effort to put a phone up to their ear. It reminds me of the retro phone bluetooth sets on ThinkGeek.com, in that the person has to put it up to their ear, rather then just be walking around &quot;talking to themselves&quot; with a blue strobe light flashing in their other ear.
The crazier thing is that his hand position is EXACTLY the way &quot;telephone&quot; is signed in American Sign Language... so for me, being deaf, it seemed rich in irony. I watched the video and couldn't hear when his phone rang..... just saw him answer the phone.
Looking crazy is kind of THE POINT :-) hehe<br><br>its to make a statement to make people go Huhhh ?!?!?!?<br><br>Wake them up. Give them something to think about wonder about groan about smile about :-)<br><br>Ever better if it actual ice breaks and you can then say Here wanna talk :-) hehe I am SO going to build one of these !!
Can&acute;t stop laughing... Reminds me of a series from my childhood with trolls talking to each others using their hands just like your picture. This was pre-cellphone era and a classic!
FFFFF&quot;IN FANTASTIC! Thank you for sharing!
err no one heard of the Glone??? That was a Trotmaster first, although it was an entire phone in a glove.... glove phone...glone https://www.instructables.com/id/Glone-the-glove-phone/ <br><br>
Nice project! Much more full featured than mine. Thanks for the link :)
The next logical instructable is of course, the shoe phone.
A <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/A-Shoe-Phone-Gen-1-Bluetooth-headset/">Shoe Phone</a>! <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-a-wearable-Shoe-Phone/">Someone Should</a> <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/A-Get-Smart-Style-Shoe-Phone-gen-2/">Do That</a>.
Oh yeah! Like Maxwell Smart!
This is amazing, I want one!
This is one of the coolest things I've seen - floored by the creativity. I may just have to make one, though I doubt I'd ever use it.
it's FAB!!! LOVE it!!!
This is amazing! Well done! Bringing classic hand signals to life!

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