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Picture of USB cord bracelet / Anti-tangling
This will show you how to make a bracelet out of a 3-foot USB cord.

It will fit a 6-7 inch wrist nicely, if you have a smaller wrist you can use a smaller cord.

You can also use this to keep any cords or wires from tangling (steps 1-8) it also shortens it to about 4th of it's original size.
 
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Step 1: The chain knot

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The method used is called a "chain knot" which i'll use in these instructions.

To begin make a small loop near one of the USB heads.

Step 10:

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You'll be doing this next part on your wrist, but you can wriggle it on later if you want.

Put the opposite head through the loosened end.

Step 11:

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Tighten the end you put the head through.

Step 12:

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now put the other head through the other loosened end (You should have left it loose on step 8. )

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...And tighten.
Does the cord kink?
monsterlego (author)  Ring_Lord_Of_New3 years ago
No, if you undo it it will be slightly out of shape, but the functions won't be affected.
WHAT! THE PING PONG BALLS DON'T GET STUCK!
monsterlego (author)  modaawesome2 years ago
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You have never heard that the little electric thing are represented by ping-pong balls in all of the fourth grade and down textbooks and videos about electricity.
monsterlego (author)  modaawesome2 years ago
No?
it must be a missouri
monsterlego (author)  modaawesome2 years ago
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sorry. meant to say it must be a Missouri thing
monsterlego (author)  modaawesome2 years ago
oh.
darn keyboard
JuCo3 years ago
just a bit of fyi, the chain knot is a fantastic way to store extension cords, too.
black hole JuCo2 years ago
Or rope.
monsterlego (author)  black hole2 years ago
rope is great.