I've sat through a lot of "How-To" videos, and I wish all of them were edited like this one: Fast-moving, absent any filler, adequately lit and focused, accompanied by intelligent and helpful graphic aids, and with articulate voice instructions provided in a British accent.
Oh yeah, and the object of the video is pretty cool too: an old-school box that looks like tin, but is in fact made from an aluminum drinks can.
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