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May 26, 2013

Name the Thing Contest – 230

at 12:22 pm. Filed under Contests

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The prize this week is a breadboard power supply. This contest will run for one week (May 26 – 31, 2013). Ending time is based on central standard time. To enter, identify the item above and what it can be used for. Please note the image above is a side view of the thing.

Please do not give the answer in the comments.

Send an email to contest @ hackedgadgets.com with “Name the Thing Contest” as the subject, and the message body consisting of:

  • The name of the item in the above picture
  • An example of what the item pictured above can be used for

The winner will be chosen at random from all of the correct entries.

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Added July 6, 2013

The item to guess was a Solder Pot

The winner is Grant T. (there were 212 entries)

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Below is a picture of the prize.

 


 

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8 Responses to “Name the Thing Contest – 230”

  1. ChalkBored Says:

    It’s one of those ghost traps from the Ghostbusters movies.

  2. John Says:

    lol, great gess ChalkBored.

    I think that Alan starts to shiver when someone post a comment in here.

  3. Pouncer Says:

    Clearly it’s an electronic harmonica. I would have to agree John.

  4. lastchancename Says:

    A rocker switch, volume control and CD/DVD sitting on four nuts/bolts. – An optical disk scratcher ?
    The blue box is the giveaway… it holds the scranson deflector that engages the fluid drive capacitor.

  5. Annie Says:

    Cheap chinese copy of the Turbo Encabulator

  6. Chris K Says:

    It’s a metallic top hat extruder. The black one on the left is a model for reference, and you can see the top hat itself being extruded on the right, in silver with a gold brim bottom. (Quite stylish) The giant power switch is for safety, (highly recommended when working with large metallic felting machines when like this).

  7. Dave Says:

    @Chris K

    You, sir, win. Good play.

  8. Alan Parekh Says:

    Winner announced.

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