Mini Flashlight

by degroof, published

Mini Flashlight by degroof May 6, 2010

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A simple flashlight using a 20mm coin cell and jumbo LED. Can be used as a stand-alone object or built into a larger design (e.g. keychain).


LED\\'s positive (long) lead goes on the bottom, negative lead threads through holes in bracket.

Light is activated by pushing on top (acting as a momentary pushbutton).

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when sell them for raves?

Looks nice how well dose the top stay on?

Like it allot, how much more can it be simplified?