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August 11, 2009

Tazer Glove

at 6:13 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Insane Equipment


With a few electronic parts you can build this cool Tazer Glove. It’s sure to be a shocking project. 🙂

"From simple everyday parts you can make this glove which has two modes. Mode 1 is a constant output of slightly over 300 v. while Mode 2 takes a few seconds to charge, but gives off a much more painful shock. All that voltage from a simple AA battery, Yay science. Expect to spend around 20$ for this fun and rewarding project."


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6 Responses to “Tazer Glove”

  1. ttsgeb Says:

    I would not describe anything with the word tazer in it as “Fun and Rewarding”.

  2. ewertz Says:

    Depends on whether you’re on the “Ta” or the “zer” end of it.

    You apparently live in a better neighborhood than many of us…

  3. Trent Says:

    Seriously stupid.. Put your mommy’s gloves back away and get a job

  4. Josh Says:

    Why is it that having high voltage automatically labels it a “tazer?” This would be called a “stun glove” as it doesn’t launch probes at the target.
    Trent, this is a good example of “proof of concept.” Just think. Years from now, police will have these to subdue criminals. *snicker*

  5. bobdole Says:

    Am I the only one who thinks this is stupidly dangerous?

    Real stun guns are carefully designed to produce a fraction of a milliamp so as to safely stun people… Camera flash capacitors have no such protection and can kill.

  6. qwerty Says:

    When I was a kid in the early 80’s I built something very close to that for using during the daily fights with my brother. The only differences were that I put copper foils on all fingers (good idea) and unfortunately used a pair of old leather gloves (bad idea, don’t do); that always resulted after some minutes in my hand sweating and the device shocking myself. The device looked like something you could find in Dr. Frankenstein’s lab: black leather gloves with the classy touch of spiraled wires coming from the wrist that connected metal foils wrapped on all fingers. Too bad it soon shocked the wearer too:-)
    Anyway, high voltages and/or currents are something a kid should never play with when not supervised.

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