This current epoch with its untenably inexorable strides has cultivated a culture the mental trajectory of which is to accumulate local materials for the consummation of electrical products. A home is not just a structure. Thus the property thereof has to be in sync with the structure. DIY has its focus riveted on making home secure for the inhabitants at the same time spacious enough to allow free movement and consequently averting unnecessary accidents. This is accomplished by making insulators, customized speakers, stands for phones holders for hair clippers and hair blowers from local material and hence the derivative acronym “DIY”.
An establishment of a cordial relationship between the house and its metaphorical counterpart- electronic gadgets lies at the core of the DIY. Total obliteration of all worries associated with injures likely to be incurred by the hotchpotch of gadgets is what we exactly bring, enhancement of a friendly environment through the repudiation of tested-and-tired cases and the reciprocal substitution of them for home-made cases and holders whilst simultaneously beautifying the home is one of our ideals.
For instance, while cooking one does not need to have to carry speakers to the kitchen to listen to music, rather speakers will have to be fitted to (under) the table in the kitchen and the only thing you would need to do is to synchronize the speakers to the music player. Evidently, given the foregoing, one would have been saved from extraneous labor of carrying speakers or the temptation of deafening oneself with the employment of earphones which matter-of-factly make someone incognizant of his surrounding.
Battery-like-cases for speakers
The most fascinating part of this idea is the protection it comes with. One has to cover the speakers in a plastic-coated container bearing the exact exterior resemblance of an acid battery thereby allaying the possibility of having them damaged by water or any liquids of some sort that could be potentially poured on then unwittingly or accidentally.