Mini Flashlight

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Introduction: Mini Flashlight

a simple flashlight.

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Step 1: Get Stuff

get an exacto knife, electric tape, one of those spy gear night vision goggles, and one double a battery.

Step 2: Extraction

open up the light thingy on the binoculars and take out the light with the knife. be sure to leave some wire connected to it.

Step 3: Strip

strip the wire.

Step 4: Attatch

attatch the stripped wires to the battery with the electric tape.

Step 5: Done!

you are now done.

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    17 Discussions

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    Jobo17
    Jobo17

    6 years ago

    Well that's pointless

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    nutsandbolts_64
    nutsandbolts_64

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    *radio shack not available in the Philippines. Please hold*

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    ktalex
    ktalex

    10 years ago on Step 3

    u could have put these steps together 2,3,4 kinda pointless..

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    ktalex
    ktalex

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    u just buy a small momentary swith u know the tiny ones.

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    vivamexico
    vivamexico

    11 years ago on Introduction

    the LEDs he used were from night vision goggles, which means they arent the best, try take newer more powerful LEDs for a bright light, and for a "switch, take 1 LED wire tape it to the postitive side, and dont tape down the other wire to the negative side, push it down for on/off, u might wana tape it to the middle of one of the sides just incase the wires arent long enough

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    Colonel88
    Colonel88

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    The gogles would be more fun i mean

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    Grey_Wolfe
    Grey_Wolfe

    11 years ago on Step 5

    It certainly is petite, though it would be smaller and brighter with an A23 (you'd need a resistor though). But my question here (and I'm not trying to be mean) is, does taping a bulb to a battery warrant the creation of an instructible? Maybe add a switch in, whether it's improvized or manufactured.

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    Jahoovi
    Jahoovi

    11 years ago on Step 1

    hek i got those binoculars. they are from that spy thing

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    jesseluna
    jesseluna

    11 years ago on Step 1

    Were the binoculars chosen just cause they have a regular light/LED? Or is there a specific reason to use them.