After looking online and seeing how much they were charging I decided to give it a go myself. The result was a success that is still being expanded apon.My current plans are to allow the lights to be charged via a portable solar/outlet charger that can connect via USB. My onboard computer consists of a voltage regulator, multiple input types (USB & quick connectors), 3-4 outputs to support a variety of lights and the master switch
Required Parts
  8 LED Desk lamp
  Front reflector mount from bicycle
  Dremel and sanding, cutting and grinding bits or equivelent toolset
  Small Phillips Head screwdriver
  Soldering Iron + Solder
  Scissors/Razor Blade
  1/4" (approximate) bolt with nut

Step 1: Stripping the LED Light

Lucky for us these lights are built cheap, which makes them easy to disassemble.
Remove the 3 screws from the bottom of the head lamp part and remove the top
I would recommend either un-soldering or cutting the wires to allow easy removal of the trash parts..
In the center of bottom there is a bracket with 2 screws in it holding the top to the stem; remove these screws
Remove the 4 screws from the bottom of the device and again you will see a bracket with 2 screws, go ahead and remove them.
Without the connected wires the stem should come right off.
Save the screws, base and top of the light.

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Bio: I am always hacking computers, Ipods, phones, random electronic devices and most of all, life. I enjoy observing the patterns in everything and exploring life ... More »
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