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bicycle neat new years not a kludge wtf - 5701838080
Via willsfca
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Fun Fact: No-So-Handy Andy was also born on the year of the Dragon.

cardboard cleaning neat vacuum - 5835415296
By Everton
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From the submitter:

The vacuum cleaner was missing those floor cleaning accessories, so I made my own with isolant tape and a box.

electricity Hall of Fame neat not a kludge - 5753805312
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Instructables user hanlin_y did the math and realized that alkaline batteries are one of the most expensive forms of power that consumers can use. So he/she/it came up with a solution to power your parts even if they don't come with an AC adapter. With a wall plug, wires, and bamboo strips you can run your electronics off the grid; saving money and the environment at the same time.

book shelf neat not a kludge - 5805796352
Via Etsy
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Etsy merchant Stella Bleu Designs uses vintage looking pipes to create beautiful looking bookshelves. Perfect for a steampunk home (preferably with lots of studs).

computer repair monitor neat Professional At Work - 5011887872
By Jeff Eichert
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Those plastic monitor stands are a waste and bad for the environment, so we threw them in the trash.

~NSHA

contest Hall of Fame lamp neat not a kludge - 5801463808
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Boutique lamp makers Typewriter Boneyard recently released the Book Lamp, a hardcover book with a built-in switch and bulb. But here's the thing: it costs $140. I have a feeling you wonderful fixers can put together a book lamp that looks just as good for a fraction of the price. Think you got what it takes?

And seeing how this it There, I Fixed It, points will also be given to most kludged-together design. LET'S DO THIS

clever dual use keys neat technology - 5310944512
By Joaquin Casarini
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The wireless version is much less practical.

~NSHA

altoids flashlight neat not a kludge - 5500263680
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Altoid tin alterations are pretty popular among the hacking community, but this one takes it down in size. Using the Altoids Slim tins, Instructables user Joshua Zimmerman put together these bite-sized LED flashlights for under $5. With just a tiny bit of drilling and soldering, you could easily assemble a handful of these in an hour or two.