How to Make a Pocket Sized Zapper

Introduction: How to Make a Pocket Sized Zapper

If You have got people or kids (Opps HEHE) knocking and running, wanna give em' a fright, or just want a cool halloween trick. Well today im going to show you a simple way do give someone a quick and harmless zap!

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Step 1: Parts

For This Project you will need:
1X Cvolt Battery
A Piece of sound cable
A Cvolt battery holder or electrical tape
And Thats It!

Step 2: Building It!

To build your zapper this is what your gonna have to do!
Step 1. Get your Cvolt battery and either put it in the battery holder and soldier your sound cable on to it One end to the positive side and One end to the negetive side (it dosen't matter what cable goes to what side)
OR
If your using electrical tape, tape one side of the wire to the positive side and the other side of the wire to the negetive side

Step 3: Having Fun!

Now all you have to do is get someone to press one side to the other and 'ZAP'
Have Fun!

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    9 Discussions

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    OBar
    OBar

    10 years ago on Step 3

    1.5v will not cause any harm; in fact, you wouldn't even feel it!

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    bekher
    bekher

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 3

    you're right...how about 9V?

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    Robot Lover
    Robot Lover

    Reply 10 years ago on Step 3

    you would feel it its just not powerful. if you really wanted to have some fun you could get one of those big flashlight batteries and do the same.

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    fyborg
    fyborg

    10 years ago on Step 1

    Sorry for the question what's a Cvolt battery is? how many volts does it give? I can't find this kind of battery in the WWW

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    OTNAKR2
    OTNAKR2

    Reply 9 years ago on Step 1

    DUH! its gives "C" volts.... wait.... jk jk jk lol

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    OBar
    OBar

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    a "C" cell battery is often used in medium to large radios. A "C" cell has 1.5 volts across it.

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    noahs
    noahs

    10 years ago on Introduction

    ha ha. i would like to see the looks on their faces :)