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santawatt

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Hi guys, I'm asking you too.

Look what I came across surfing on Instructables.
http://www.metacafe.com/watch/714116...re_cable_mess/
It's about a charging box, it sure looks tempting to make something similar (I see it's dead easy) but I was wondering... Does that thing look safe to you?
Any possible fire hazard from so many wires in a such a small space? (I suppose it's grounded)



(I'm thinking of a bigger box too, for more devices)
 
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London Luke

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you would have to be as sad as hell to even think about it. Your wife and kids would leave home.

get a grip man !
 
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U Jay

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Guess someone had to say it Luke, .......the mind boggles!
 
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adamh

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great work!!! i havent got a fancy plastic box like that so im gonna use an old shreddies packet for my drill charger and wrap it in gaffer tape for durability ill post a how to when i get round 2 it
 
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London Luke

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Adam
whats it like living in the shed?
 
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linzilou72

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Thats fine but when the extension is plugged in all the transformers come on using electricity you don't need. Good grief cant you just plug and unplug the things!!! In our house we have many recepticles for chargers, called drawers.

Besides how anally retentive to you have to be to make a box? think you neeed to get a girlfriend ?
 

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