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7 Everyday Objects With Brilliant and Simple Designs
A bicycle bell
The glory of the bicycle bell! When you pull down the lever, it spins the gear with the spinning weights, which fling out to the outside. What’s missing here is the top dome that forms the actual bell. When it’s on, the spinning weights slam into that to make the ringing noise.
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Some wire strippers are simpler devices with hardly any moving parts, but automatic wire strippers like this make the process super easy. As you squeeze down on the pliers, the left side grips onto the wire while the right side cuts in just slightly, through the plastic but not into the metal inside. Squeeze down more and the left side pulls the still-coated wire left, while the right side pulls the severed housing off.
A spray bottle
What are some examples of mechanical devices used in everyday life?
Scissors, Pliers, can opener, bottle opener, screw driver, door knob, hinges, forks, wheels, auto, train, elevator, escalator, toilet flusher. faucet.
Probably all the modern fighter and bomber planes. Ridiculously complicated, and not very useful. Most of those planes now cost more than their weight in gold. Sending a 2 billion dollar plane to drop gunpowder bombs on empty tents in the desert is an awfully complex and expensive way to spook some camels.
- SLEEPING BAGS. This started out as a piece of military gear and a necessary item for adventurers.
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