Step 2: sodering iron

take some copper wire and solder it to one of the prongs on the LED make sure the wire is at least 4 inches long. Now do the same with the other prong.
its <em><strong>DUCT</strong></em> tape<br/>
Duck tape is a brand so he may be using Duck Brand Duct tape in which he did not elaborate on what kind of tape he was using but you can clearly see that it is duct tape by Duck Tape.
OMFg you pedants,* it was called &quot;duck&quot; tape for its water-resistance before it was ever called &quot;duct&quot; tape. In fact, actually using it for ductwork would be fairly stupid, as the wikipedia article illustrates (last I checked). *the hypocrisy of this comment is not lost on me.
fine just use Gorilla Tape it is 2 times stronger and all around better that duck tape or duct tape.
What im getting at is dont make a comment as to spelling errors they are not as important as the fact he is posting his idea to everyone in need and curious on how to do this project.
agreed, if you can't spell it right, then you shouldn't be able to use it. lol
This simply sucks and can explode in your pocket.<br /> <br /> Lithium batteries are NOT&nbsp;to be used in this fashion. They can start fires at over 2,000 F&nbsp;and be inextinguishable, until the oxygen is smothered.<br /> <br /> If you're looking for a smaller and brighter flashlight, try a Fenix LD01 or a Streamlight Stylus.<br /> I&nbsp;love my Fenix LD01 and it outputs about the same as a normal 4-D&nbsp;cell flashlight, but it only is the size of a AA&nbsp;battery, and takes AAA rechargeables.<br /> <br />
Your idea is just what I've been looking for! However, I don't get steps 5 and 6. Specifically, are you simply taping the lead wires to the ends of the battery in order to make a permanent electrical contact? And where's the on-off switch please?
thanks. the last part is confusing and doesn't work very well I am currently trying to fix that part.
Thanks I'm glad you like it We have a really old camera and i can't get any better pictures
Nice Instructable. It could use clearer photos, but besides that, it is an awesome idea! I like how you used an LED instead of the normal bulb. 5/5 stars

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