This is a belt case that I have made for my HP iPAQ 214. I had bought a belt case from HP, only to find that it would fall off my belt when I was least expecting it. But, as they say, necessity is the mother of invention, and this is the result. It should be easily adaptable to different sizes of device.

My idea for the design was to sandwich the device between two pieces of flexible plastic for protection and rigidity, and then encase the whole thing in tape.

Step 1: Tools & Materials

 - Plastic or other tough material: this can be anything that will give the case some rigidity, but must still bend to allow you to remove the device. I used the cover of last year's student planner from my college. You could also try card, a maybe part of a plastic milk carton.
- Duck/duct tape (obviously)
- Sticky-back Velcro or other fastener that you can fix to the duck tape. I found mine in the Haberdashery section of John Lewis.

- Scissors
- Soft pencil
- Ruler
duck meaning Duck brand duct tape
Well, that's what I used. I'm not going to start <em>that</em> debate again. I reckon any brand will do.&nbsp;

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Bio: I'm a Computer Science undergraduate at the University of Southampton, UK, as well as an all-round computing, Linux and electronics enthusiast.
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