Top products from r/DiWHY

We found 35 product mentions on r/DiWHY. We ranked the 254 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/megustachef · 14 pointsr/DiWHY

Skip the chintzy, cheap-ass, foam. Light weight, comfort, and easy to clean you want Birki's. They're $80-100 but will last you years. I work 50+ hour weeks and have had mine for 4 years, just replace the insoles as needed. To clean, take out the insoles and wash them.

u/destroycarthage · 8 pointsr/DiWHY

You can get them at any Home Depot or Lowe's. This is what they look like). They are very easy to install, just make sure you've cut power to the outlet by turning off the respective breaker/fuse.

u/Lilwolf2000 · 1 pointr/DiWHY

Someone selling a kit on Amazon for everything you need for 22 bucks prime! Shipping box might be big enough for the rest!

u/Robdor1 · 3 pointsr/DiWHY

Something like this. Makes stripping so easy that a child could do it.

u/NessInOnett · 296 pointsr/DiWHY

If anyone is wondering about the back story behind this... no it's not some kind of body modification, it's just from an "art" series by the photographer Thomas Mailaender. Also in the book "Illustrated People"

>Thomas Mailaender "Illustrated People" is the translation into book form of a performance by Thomas Mailaender. He applied to the skin of models 23 original negatives selected from the Archive of Modern Conflict's collection before projecting a powerful UV lamp over them, thus revealing a fleeting image on the skin's surface. Maileander then photographed each of his models before the sun made the image disappear. The book comprises the resulting shots combined with a series of photographic documents found in AMC's collection.

Why anyone would volunteer for this, I have no idea.

u/agha0013 · 6 pointsr/DiWHY

This is basically what those CO2 bottle openers do, except they use food grade clean CO2 instead of some grimy bike pump, and they probably cost more than a good bike pump.

CorkPop CO2 wine bottle opener. Something like this was used in a Columbo episode, guy was poisoning people with the opener.

u/jekern · 1 pointr/DiWHY

Get this one, or a similar one. I bought one from MAC Tools when I was a tech, don't know what I paid, but I've never once regretted it.
IRWIN VISE-GRIP 2078300 Self-Adjusting Wire Stripper, 8"

u/HiImDan · 3 pointsr/DiWHY

You could put it in a cheap pvc pipe, this would help it look cleaner too.
Or you could just get this:
I've used one before.

u/D0esANyoneREadTHese · 1 pointr/DiWHY

/ref and everything after it is irrelevant garbage, all it does is tell Amazon how you got there and what other stuff you've viewed. Cut the useless bits off and you save your privacy and everyone else's eyes.

u/jonjefmarsjames · 2 pointsr/DiWHY

Why build a chainsaw when you can buy one of these ?

u/Yuktobania · 1 pointr/DiWHY

That looks like absolute shit, like holy hell.

Couldn't even be arsed to align the damn things.

Like, for $20 you could accomplish exactly what he did, and retain your original outlets.

u/Roamin_Ronin · 6 pointsr/DiWHY

Was on amazon after seeing this looking to see what those pump cost.

Found this: literally has a screen shot of this project

DC 6V Mini Air Pump Motor Low Noise Kit (exclude cardboards)

u/metarinka · 2 pointsr/DiWHY

Yeah this is rust bullet paint

It happens to be silver, so that's why I was wondering. Spray paint will do little unless the material was prepped and rust killed before. As with everything galvanic corosion it's best to stop the electrolyte from touching the metal or properly coat it. Spray isn't the best for that application.

I will stand by rust bullet and it's used in lots of military vehicles.

u/Anwhaz · 2 pointsr/DiWHY

this is some /r/wheredidthesodago shit. "Are you tired at failing to do tasks that most 5 year olds can do? Build this super complicated thing that requires basic soldering skills and equipment you probably don't have, and don't have a radio shack to get at now!"

I'll admit it's kind of cool, but for all the effort, you could just spend $6 and get something pretty functional that isn't made out of cardboard, instead of the 21+ dollars (if you don't have a soldering iron, glue gun, and cardboard) for this kit.