The weekend is fast approaching so here’s another little project for you. Take an old NES console, gut it, and add a couple hinges. Poof! NES lunchbox.
The step-by-step can be found over on Instructables.com, but here’s the short version. Again, take an old NES console, gut it, and add a couple hinges. The trickiest part seems to be removing all the little plastic posts inside – the ones that hold the motherboard and all that good stuff in place. They can be removed with a rotary tool and cutting wheels, though. The main missing element for this lunchbox is that there’s no handle. That’s up to you to figure out, I guess.