Nes Controller Wallet

If you want to make a wallet that you can’t buy anywhere why not make one out of an old NES controller.

“you will need:

one sacrificial Nes controller
small phillips screwdriver
wire snip pliers
UHU glue
Long Zip”

Via: Digg

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Hexypoo Says:
May 1st, 2007

Wow, that looks a little thick and hard to be a wallet.

Sashi Says:
May 1st, 2007

Its neat though

liesofxiii Says:
May 1st, 2007

i recently hacked my dish network remote into a NES controller :)

I want a NES case lunchbox, just to say I have one

I wouldnt mind giving this one a shot

liesofxiii Says:
May 1st, 2007

I think it’d be a bit more appealing if you just glued the buttons like in the tutorial, put a small hinge on each side of the bottom of the controller and a bit of cloth on each side to keep the contence inside, keep the wire on the controller, just glued inside, and use the wire as a wallet chain, just hook it to your belt loop

Paul Says:
May 1st, 2007

@liesofxiii: Haha a NES case lunchbox would be sweet ??

It would be cool to have the buttons doing something in this. You could have one toggle a light (led not flame, althou that would be cool too)

ME! Says:
May 1st, 2007

way to make a NES controller nothing but crap.

liesofxiii Says:
May 1st, 2007

Looks like YOU’RE! a positive person :)

StaTT Says:
May 2nd, 2007

Ha ha this is amazing, almost as awesome as my NES cellphone mod ??

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May 2nd, 2007

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Suntan Says:
May 4th, 2007

This is cool idea. I like to have one!!! I came across here just to find something about LED controller, like this website

John Says:
September 7th, 2007

i love the nes!!!!!!!!!!!!

Levitious Says:
June 18th, 2009

Very shoddy looking, I’ve made better with hinges and a clasp, try gluing in the buttons instead of leaving then with the pads and use a dremel tool to remove all the bumps and supports in the inside

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