Let's power a boat with the motor from a Solar Vent


This video is in real time so it is a bit longer than normal. I use the electric motor I have just harvested from a Solar Vent to power a simple polystyrene boat.

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Main components
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The motor comes from the Solar Vent in this video https://youtu.be/vaE9f0WObwg
Battery pack
Polystyrene packaging

Main Tools
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Hot Glue Gun
Soldering Iron
Sharp knife

Filmed using
HTC One Mini mobile phone

Edited using
Serif MoviePlus Starter Edition

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