Build Your Own Mechanical Decision Maker

Build Your Own Mechanical Decision Maker

By Luke Anderson

I don’t dabble in the fine art of soldering. I’ve tried once or twice, but usually end up making a big mess and very little actual progress. I’ve thought about picking up a DIY kit for some practice, but I can’t really make up my mind on which one. I think I’ve finally found the answer: A DIY Decision Maker. Sure, it’s about as cheesy as my last two sentences, but it sure beats flipping a coin. If you ever do make up your mind, you can grab one for just $7.

[ Ramsey Electronics ] VIA [ Red Ferret ]

2 thoughts on “Build Your Own Mechanical Decision Maker”

  1. This reminds me of the $20 duct tape wallet kit. The reason people made duct tape wallets to begin with was because they were too cheap to buy a real wallet.

    So here we have the $7 decision maker. I think I’ll stick with a .01 cent penny.

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