Ever wished you had an extra hand free while working on electronics projects? It just so happens that you can mount an entire soldering station to a glove to keep working at peak efficiency.
This project is hardly straightforward, but if you're the kind of person who would be interested in it at all, that's likely not a deterrent. KlockworkKevin on Instructables started out by converting the guts of an old power screwdriver into a makeshift soldering iron. Then, he attached a hard drive magnet to keep loose pieces organised, and added a spool to hold a roll of solder. Finally, he mounted all of the parts onto an arm protector made from a tube sock, and sewed that onto the end of a glove to keep everything firmly attached to his arm.
The end result looks like something out of steampunk Iron Man, but as you can see in the video above, it works as advertised. If you're crazy enough to try this yourself, you can find the full instructions through the source link.
Glove Mounted Soldering Station [Instructables]