USB Bracelet




Introduction: USB Bracelet

Have you ever wanted the luxury of having your USB Drive at your fingertips at all times? Well the USB Bracelet does just that and also has a bit of style to it. It just the thing for all of those techies out there. In this simple instructable i will show you how to make the USB Bracelet.

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Step 1: Parts/Tools

A USB Drive without the case
A small circuit board (mine came out of a toy noisemaker)
Cable (any will do i used an audio cable)
Miscellaneous electronic components (ex. small resistors, capacitors... etc)

Soldering Iron
Duct Tape

Step 2: Cut and Strip the Cable

Cut the ends off of the cable ...mine was a non-working audio cable... then cut it to the length needed to slide on and off you hand easily. Then strip the ends and twist the wires together. Then solder the wires and wrap a piece of tape around the joint.

Step 3: Soldering and Taping

Solder the electronic components to the circuit board. Then tape the USB Drive to the circuit board (I would have used hot glue but i did not have any at the time) Then tape the circuit board and USB Drive to the cable.

Step 4: The Finished Product

You are now finished with your USB Bracelet! You can now impress your friends with this stylish and functional bracelet. I hope you liked this Instructable!

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    10 years ago on Introduction

    The first thing that came to my mind on reading the title was a slimmer bracelet, where the USB plugged into itself to close a bracelet... something that looks more like a typical bracelet when worn. Might look into making one like that for myself, if I do will post an 'ible...


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction


    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    i was thinking of doing something like that but i didnt have the materials to do that.