Plastic Bottle Pole

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Introduction: Plastic Bottle Pole

About: msn messen_er : aketch_m _ liv_.com

a lightweight pole built entirely from plastic bottles

this pole is usefull for many outdoor needs - like attaching flashlights to it or hanging stuff above the ground

it is not too strong though

the construction can be used as duct for rain water

Step 1: Materials

lots of identical plastic bottles

knife

Step 2: Cut

cut the bases off the bottles

Step 3: Stack

stack 'em together!

Step 4: Max Height

the pole can hold some weight up to 1 M

is stable by itself up to 2 M

stands somehow up to 4 M

Step 5: Duct

to use as duct for rain water take off all caps and flip the pole

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    6 Discussions

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    sgsidekick
    sgsidekick

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Wow. I can barely see these photos, so I'm not sure what this really is. Is it just a pole? Please replace the photos with clearer shots.

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    scubagal
    scubagal

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Would you please replace the picture with a better one, I would like to see this.

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    mrcrumley
    mrcrumley

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I agree. I think I see Bigfoot in the background.

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    11010010110
    11010010110

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    those images are sufficient to show how to build it i dont have the time to fix them. if you can understand what appears in them then atleast for now i'll consider that they do their task well enough to leave as is sorry

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    rimar2000
    rimar2000

    11 years ago on Introduction

    You did a good job, this is very "green." You deserve a better camera.

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    11010010110
    11010010110

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    thanks ! the bad shots are result of condensation on the cam from inside i took apart and dried it and now its ok