There’s a McGuyver in everyone of us. Here are some good and (mostly) bad examples:
Circular saw. Honestly I have no idea what this can be used for. The fan doesn’t produce enough torque to cut through most materials.
DIY heating. This probably worked well to circulate the heat from the oven around the room.
I’m surprised this scaffolding even stayed up long enough to be photographed.
Missing fridge door? No problem. Just put a cover over it. The downside? Poor insulation, high electricity bill.
This is one of my favourite. A very cool use for scrappers.
Simple but elegant solution. Pump water through a burning can to heat up the water and create a hot tub. You can even control the temperature by adjusting the intensity of the fire!
This would work better if the bucket in the center was replaced with an actual pivot.
Diving board. If he can afford the pool, why not a simple diving board?
Not sure how effective this would be. Without proper wheels, the car won’t be able to push through the thick snow.
Well at least the kid has got a safety helmet on.
Stone club for those annoying kangaroos (2:40) on the green.
Portable toilet with natural waste disposal system.
Original battery doesn’t last long enough? No worries, just put an additional external battery. From the looks of it, it’s a lithium ion 18650 battery, probably with about 2000mah of capacity. That’s more than twice the capacity of the original battery, which will give you double the talk time!
Safety razor, NOT.
Bicycle handle flamethrower. Will come in handy during those zombie apocalypse scenarios when you have to do with whatever parts that you can lay your hands on.
Ladder for easier access to the above wiring.
Always forgetting to turn off your headlights and draining your battery in the process? With this new headlight system, flat batteries are a thing of the past!
DIY boat gets you across watery terrain in comfort.
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