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    Default Romisen RC-A6 510

    Romisen RC-A6 takes a 10440 and a 510 atty.

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    has anyone relayed batteries in a custom case to make them last longer?

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    DealExtreme: $4.54 Safe Electronic Nose Hair Timmer

    Takes one AA size battey (i.e. 14500)

    ps: shouldn't this thead be in the Battery Mods section ?!

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    I think I can...hehehehe

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    @kinabaloo: Your idea is great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnR View Post
    Not much to this one, but the price was right and it keeps it in my shirt pocket.

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    Hey John, which e-cig is that in your photo (sorry for the noob question)? That's a smart and simple idea! Thanks!

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    Default This started out as a joke...

    This is a USB passthrough, not a battery case, but I cannot create threads yet.
    I really like the metal cigar tube idea.
    My boss gave me this desk mic, and asked me to make it into a USB passthrough for our sound tech as a joke. Using the built in push to talk button, it was a real easy convert (about 30 min.). Funny thing is, I never expected to like it and find it very functional. I don't have to worry about hooking the leash and flipping my e-cig on the floor. Pretty funny, but it hits great with a 5 volt 2 amp USB wall plug adapter....LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnR View Post
    Not much to this one, but the price was right and it keeps it in my shirt pocket.

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    This works good with my 2 piece unit. However, I like to remove the o ring and plastic tab from the end and use the condom instead. Then I'm SOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardf View Post
    This is a USB passthrough, not a battery case, but I cannot create threads yet.
    I really like the metal cigar tube idea.
    My boss gave me this desk mic, and asked me to make it into a USB passthrough for our sound tech as a joke. Using the built in push to talk button, it was a real easy convert (about 30 min.). Funny thing is, I never expected to like it and find it very functional. I don't have to worry about hooking the leash and flipping my e-cig on the floor. Pretty funny, but it hits great with a 5 volt 2 amp USB wall plug adapter....LOL
    lol nice one.

    I've got one of these:


    that I've been thinking would make a great USB PT. Never even have to pick it up just flex it within reach and then back out of the way lol

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    Default just regular analog cases

    aside of just good 'ol analog cases like this one......from
    Gift of Russia- Russian online shop: Ushanka, orenburg, pavlovo-posad shawl, nesting dolls, militaria



    you can take ragular cases and use all kinds of Badge insignia on them. just Epoxy what ever it is to the case.

    if you want to SKIN your case a good resource is anyone that makes skins for the "Guitar Hero" guitars. some of them will do custom work OR some of them also sell skins for computers, XBOX, PS3.....you could just buy a sheet, cut it and stick it. flames, skulls, chicks, union jacks, crosses etc.

    do a search on Ebay for Guitar Hero skins......there is quite a bit out there at resonable prices.

    heck, you can even use extra whatever and skin the INSIDE of the case if the bare metal "clank clank" of your batteries and carts bother you.


    Game, Phone and MP3 Skins - Morphits.com

    ALL kinds of good stuff out there.

    ~jeff

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