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Make Wooden Earphones With Bone Cap

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Via instructables by maKACS

I bought a nice Cooler Master HC-300 in-ear headset. Cooler Master HC-300 official page.

It is really nice, comfortable, sounds good. But the cheap plastic housing is way fragile, it breakes easily without any force.

So it’s an out of the box chance to create something better.

So it is broken, but can be save the driver unit with its black housing. There is a little chamber on the back, I decided not to create to achieve larger inner volume. The base material is beech wood out of an old table leg and beef leg bone from a delicious soup. 🙂 (So it’s made completely out of legs. :D)

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1 Comment

  1. Thank You Rebecca for the sharing! 🙂

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