I apologize in advanced for working off a completed project, the painting wasn't good, I wasn't using a good spray paint for it.
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Step 1: Items Required
1. Altoids Tin
2. Drill with bit
3. Car Phone Charger
4. 9 Volt Battery Clip
5. 9 Volt battery
6. Hot Glue Gun
7. Spray Paint (optional)
Step 2: Drill the Hole
Drill the Hole for the USB connector...
Step 3: Strip the Car Charger
Strip the car charger, revealing the circuit.
Step 4: Glue the Board Into the Tin
Glue the board into the tin, it should fit snug into your hole for the USB.
Step 5: Solider or Hot Glue
Solder or hot glue the positive lead to the spring, and negative to the outer rings.
Step 6: Hook It Up and Your Completed
Your done, now charge your phone and check out my other Altoids instructables!!!
Warning: If the 9 volt battery goes too low, a iPhone will give you an indicator saying that charging is not supported with this device