I have an Apple Pro Mouse that stopped working. I thought I would tear it apart to see how it worked before I threw it away, at the very least I could salvage the LED from it. As I held it in my hand I realized it was the right size and shape to become a belt buckle. With it's two-layer construction, the design could be custom and interchangeable.

Step 1: Dead Mouse

Dead Apple ProMouse. In the background you can see the logitech mouse i found on the sidewalk that made a great replacement.
what kind of led is in the mouse? please answer
&nbsp;I feel this as a bit of a waste, you can take the cheap mice that start @ $10<br /> and replace the circut board wit minimum moding.
Yes! I hate those, and I have a broken one!
those mighty mouses are EXPENSIVE
Kick ass! I have one of those bad boys laying around here somewhere; someone needs to figure out how to make the LED and CMOS sensor run off of a battery.
I think that's funny, but I prefer use my old mouse as collar or to keep it like art object... In general I repair what does not function any more it was the case for a mouse of my Emac...
I think it's pretty cool-- but you'd have to be an apple fanboy (luckily, I am.) I think it would work better to use a black one if you wanted to use it without changing it-- you could wear it with more things.
I think it will fit better if the mouse is small. :DDDD
That's pretty cool, although I think I'd like to try it with one of those mice with a floating duck inside of it.
Who´d waste his/her time creating such a stupid and ugly peace of buckle? And second, who in this world would wear such a thing?
Is that a girl in that picture? If it isnt - that guy has some odd shaped hips.
That is one of the most, if not the most, ugliest things i've ever seen!
FYI, you spelled TONGUE wrong.

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