How to Open Laptop Battery and Get 18650 Without Any TOOLS

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Introduction: How to Open Laptop Battery and Get 18650 Without Any TOOLS

With old laptop battery, we can reuse it for many purpose with 18650 battery.

Today, I will show you How to open Laptop Battery and get 18650 without any TOOLS

Step 1: Using Liquid

I'm using nail polish remover to remove the glue

Step 2: Shake It and Done

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    9 Comments

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    THX 1138
    THX 1138

    1 year ago

    I'd suggest if you're going to do this, clamp the battery casing in a vice or similar and keep one hand behind your back to ensure there's minimal risk of accidentally injecting yourself with acetone or whatever.

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    goldscrew
    goldscrew

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thanks for your suggest!

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    fredrick.miller.9
    fredrick.miller.9

    1 year ago

    So... You don't consider a syringe with a metal needle a tool? Definition of tool... A device or implement, especially one held in the hand, used to carry out a particular function.

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    goldscrew
    goldscrew

    Reply 1 year ago

    Yeah, you're right!
    Of course we don't need any syringe with a metal.
    What I want to emphasize is the use the nail remove liquid. you can direct to use it with your finger!

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    Franks Instructables
    Franks Instructables

    Question 1 year ago

    What are you referring to when you say get 18650?

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    goldscrew
    goldscrew

    Answer 1 year ago

    I get 18650 battery inside it for other DIY project in the next time!
    Usually, I saw everybody trying to get 18650 with hammer, knife...with my method you need only liquid!

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    raphan
    raphan

    Reply 1 year ago

    Yes, not any liquid, but this is truly a good idea. I'm gonna try, thx.

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    Build_it_Bob
    Build_it_Bob

    1 year ago

    Hi there, I have several old laptop batteries that I wanted to remove the 18650 batteries and was unsure how to get to them. Now I know!
    Thanks so much for sharing this information...I love the way you presented it here as well.
    Bob D

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    goldscrew
    goldscrew

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thanks!
    We can reuse 18650 with many purpose!