Have you ever had a zipper without the slide on it? It is just very hard to unzip and zip up the zipper.

So here is a very cheap replacement that electronic hobbyists will like.
It involves a telephone clip that connects two wires together when you insert two wires and push the button down.

Step 1:

You need to gather:

Pliers and wire cutter

Telephone wire connectors

Wire (Any color you like...)

Zipper with broken handle...

Oh, Yes. One more thing...

Rate and enjoy!

(it's free!!!)

<p>Nice, but in an emergency situation you can use a simple paperclip.</p>
<p>Just be aware that some of these connectors are filled with a type of grease to make the connection waterproof. You probably don't want that stuff on your clothes. </p>
<p>The hole that the zipper pull goes in is broke. Is there anything I can do to make it work?</p>
<p>Ah, the good old scotchlok. </p><p>http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/EMDCI/Home/Products/ProductCatalog/~/3M-Scotchlok-IDC-Connectors-for-Communication-Applications?N=5430432&amp;rt=r3</p>
Can't believe I didn't think of it, there is a collection of these splices next to me. It has all the essentials; cheap, fast, simple, and best of all unique.
<p>Agreed. I kinda feel dumb for not thinking of this. </p>
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