Introduction: Roller Coaster/Sports Glasses Case Holder

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 This is a glasses case holder that hooks to your belt loop to hold your glasses while you ride roller coasters. Its can fit in your pocket and will hopefully stop your glass from getting lost. 
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Step 1: What You Need

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 Materials:
Paracord or String
Glasses Case
Mini Climbers Clip
 
Tools:
Lighter
Drill
Drill Bit(The size of your cord) 

Step 2: Drill the Hole

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 Open your case and drill a hole in the top of you case.

Step 3: Thread,Tie,Melt

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 Thread the cord through the hole and tie a knot at the end. Now melt the cord at the knot to stop it from unraveling. Finally tie a knot on the outside of the case.

Tip: Wrap the end of the cord in tape before threading it

Step 4: Measure and Add the Clip

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 First put your case in your pocket and let the string hang out. Then put the clip on you belt loop. Measure the length to your clip and tie it off. Leave a little slack so it will be ablle to hook on different belt loops. Finally melt the knot on the clip.

Step 5: Your Done

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 Now where it to the amusment park and have fun.

Comments

ccremeans (author)2012-05-16

I am going to universal studios in a few weeks I will have to make this for sure

fjmontiel (author)2011-06-11

I used to have one wtih my folding kinfe, and wallet.

l8nite (author)2010-03-27

This is one of those "slap yourself in the forehead, why didn't I ever think of that kind of idea" this would be handy in a lot of situations...

imthatguy1125 (author)l8nite2010-03-28

 Thanks, it worked well and saved me I lot of money from the lockers yesterday.

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