Introduction: Socket Protection

How to make socket protection

Step 1: Size

check the size of the socket

Step 2: Plastic Circle

cut circle from slim plastic, and copy the holes.

Step 3: Holes

bore the holes.

Step 4: Folding

fold together

Step 5: Finish

Turn and put the plug. :-) How this work ?? - check video

Comments

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cahethel (author)2010-07-30

top stuff

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baalkorn (author)2009-02-19

great, you most call this tutorial: "how to destroy a fit in 3 seconds" :p

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Noodle93 (author)2008-07-03

I was one of these kids :D

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Solderguy (author)Noodle932008-11-20

Me too. ;D Thank God I live in America where they don't have such high voltages as Europe or this post won't be here. :D

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Noodle93 (author)Solderguy2008-11-22

Australia is 240v. It's the current that kills.

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temp (author)2008-07-02

that's a great idea. You should patent it (i know that's either spelled wrong or not what i'm thinking at all) (you know the thing with the little r in a circle.

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Derin (author)temp2008-11-16

the r means registered company c meant copyright tm means trademark

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comodore (author)2008-11-10

rate:***** :)

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comodore (author)2008-11-10

Clever, yet very very efficient! I like it! i don't have kids and will not have them soon but i like the idea and the patent!

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chalky (author)2008-07-02

but what if the kid sticks his/her finger in and turns the holes and aligns them?BOOOOM one way ticket to ER/heaven

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agdollison (author)2008-07-02

they sell this in the US for our plugs

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LinuxH4x0r (author)2008-07-02

Good idea! Too bad it doesn't work with american plugs. (maybe I'll try it when I go to Iran)

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xACIDITYx (author)LinuxH4x0r2008-07-02

I'm sure it could be done.

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uguy (author)2008-07-02

well done.

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mrmath (author)2008-07-02

Netherlands?