A Silly and Simply One-step Instructable About How to Make a Key Ring From a Computer's Old Memory Module (or the First of a "just One Step Instructables" Contest Too!)




in this short instructable i will show how to make a simple but geekie keyring from a memory from a 90's (or older? ) personal computer , actually is the one that i use

the only parts you need is:

- some keys to put together

- a memory that can be any kind , also from a laptop with a little hole to pass all into

- and a metal ring to gather all

just flip the memory module into the metal ring and then put your keys there... the photos says more details of this

thanks for your atencion , please vote

btw if you can remember me whick kind of memory was i thank so much

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    3 years ago

    I did this years ago, it's a really easy way to find your bike keys

    First off, that's a 72pin SIM, from memory, anywhere between about 1 and 8 mb.

    It would be a very good idea to round the corners off with a file or similar to stop them digging holes in your pockets, it also makes it much easier to pull them out.

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    Reply 3 years ago

    thanls for you comment, that could be fine .

    regards from saltillo coah, mexico