Introduction: Diy Magic Wand | Good Way to Prank Someone

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Did you ever want to become a wizard?

Don't you lie to me. I know you have tried to move objects with your mind.

How did that work out for you?

Just as I thought :)

In this Instructable, we'll have a look at a way to make a Magic Wand.

Maybe it will not do real magic, but your victims don't have to know that.

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I got 2 stainless steel chopsticks.

Even though they look the same, one was a little bit longer and thicker.

I cut them both in half.

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Then I sanded the bottom.

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I made a few holes in the thickest chopstick's bottom.

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After putting some glue on neodymium magnets, I put them in the other chopstick.

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Then I glued a piece of plastic to the other side of the magnet.

(so the drill bit we'll use does not stick to the magnet)

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I cut a shot from the cap and put it onto a drill bit.

Now put the drill bit inside of the wand and close it.

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That's it!

Our magic Wand is ready!

You can do 2 things with it.

1. Make a mini explosion + smoke

2. Put a laptop to sleep.

With a quick motion of your hand, you can trigger a mini explosion with smoke (just like a cap gun)

With the other side of the wand, you can put a laptop to sleep (great for a prank)

It works because of the magnetic switch in your laptop.

I encourage you to watch the video as I think it will be easier to understand the way it works.


luckythecookiewookie (author)2016-10-30

you stupid

freyalouisa1 (author)2016-08-04

this looks so cool one to try out with my friends??

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