Those rubber foam tapes

Ha ha ha ha ha! Yeas, its one of those nights I got bored. I have a lot of those rubber foam tapes (which I used for the grips to my DIY Lightsaber) so I decided to stick some of them to my iPaq Aluminium Casing. You see, at the back of the casing is a small little raised area where you screw in a thumbscrew which allows you to clip it to a holder which clips to your belt.

I removed that because I tend to bend the thumbscrew/holder when I bend down a lot. So, once I removed it, I have another problem; when I lay the iPaq flat, the dimple acts like a little pivot which makes writing impossible. Coupled with a very reflective screen, the whole thing is very annoying.

So, I stuck some of that tape there and it solved my problems. Also, my iPaq does not slip too much and fall to the floor anymore. Ha ha ha ha ha!

Here's the foam tape, but the double-sided tape is not very strong.
You can see some of the tape has started to warp when I put it in my waist pouch

And I stuck a mirror there because some customers like to mount their PBX systems in the most unlikeliest narrow spaces which is very difficult for me when it come to tracing the serial numbers

OK, so I decided to take some shots of Wolverine.
Its as if he was on rampage and got caught by a searchlight.

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