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Now Make Your Own Power Bank At Home, Here's The Trick!

Now no need to spend thousands on power bank!

Now Make Your Own Power Bank At Home, Here's The Trick!
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With the arrival of power banks, we don't really face the problems of a low battery in phones or iPads as much as in the olden days. Nevertheless, there still exist scenarios where you either forget to charge your power bank or maybe your friends already used up all the battery in the power bank and now you can't charge your phone.

Of course, a solution is to carry a spare power bank. But hey, it's not like cash is out there hanging on the trees beside leaves. Right? So, here's a DIY to make a power bank on your own. You can always show it off and honestly, it's fun to make! 

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1. So, you need one functional 9 V battery and another spare one.

1. So, you need one functional 9 V battery and another spare one.

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2. Get a small sized tin box too.

2. Get a small sized tin box too.
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3. Now break some old toy to extract its switch.

3. Now break some old toy to extract its switch.
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4. You also need to get hold of a car's USB charger.

4. You also need to get hold of a car's USB charger.
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5. Did I mention that you need a couple of copper wires as well?

5. Did I mention that you need a couple of copper wires as well?
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6. Now tear the spare battery apart to take its head off.

6. Now tear the spare battery apart to take its head off.
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7. Next you need to solder the wires onto the head as shown.

7. Next you need to solder the wires onto the head as shown.
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8. Carefully solder the head completely so that it fits over the functional battery.

8. Carefully solder the head completely so that it fits over the functional battery.
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9. Remember that USB charger? Take it apart.

9. Remember that USB charger? Take it apart.
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10. Now connect the head, switch and the negative terminal of the charger in series.

10. Now connect the head, switch and the negative terminal of the charger in series.
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11. Next, connect the switch to positive terminal of charger as shown.

11. Next, connect the switch to positive terminal of charger as shown.
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12. Cut holes in the box to fit the USB end and the switch.

12. Cut holes in the box to fit the USB end and the switch.
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13. Insert the USB charger part and the switch into the box.

13. Insert the USB charger part and the switch into the box.
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14. After making sure the wires are soldered into the box, connect the battery to the head.

14. After making sure the wires are soldered into the box, connect the battery to the head.
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15. You can store an extra battery too, just in case.

15. You can store an extra battery too, just in case.
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16. Now, connect the USB wire to your phone and to the box.

16. Now, connect the USB wire to your phone and to the box.
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17. And voila!

17. And voila!
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Told you, it was easy. Now go and start getting creative.

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