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This is my entry in the Think Geek Hacks Contest. I decided to try and reuse a Health Potion Energy drink bottle. It could be used as a ...
Here are the parts you'll need:C 1 Empty Health Potion bottleC 1 piece of plasticC Super GlueC Masking GlueC Food Coloring Dye (Color of your choice)C Button Cell ...
Here are the tools I used:C Hole punchC A file or pilers (to enlarge the hole made by the punch)C Super GlueC SolderC Soldering Iron
After you've enjoyed your drink, clean it out with water. Dry it out before you add more coloring.Then you'll want to prep the cap to add a hole ...
Test out the circuit with a breadboard or use alligator clips like I did.
You can make a simple battery by wrapping three batteries with tape and adding leads out from the positive and negative ends.
First solder wires to switch, make sure to get a good connection to the leads. Then solder the resistor to the LED. This is a bit more tricky ...
First, put water in the bottle, fill it about 1/4 of the way. Then add as much coloring as you want. I added a bit too much to ...
Now, just put the light in bottle. It might be a tight fit, but it should fit.
I wasn't able to get a color changing light to work, but you could try and use a color changing light to get a neat effect. Another neat ...
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