My Patrons and Supporters

Thank you all for helping me in making my videos. Your support is making a big difference.

Mooshi Meter

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My Super Patrons

These people went way out of their way to support my channel, and for that I’m super grateful!

  • Aki Korhonen

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  • James Yong

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  • Electronoob

My Great Patrons

  • Andrei M.

Many thanks to my patrons at Patreon.com for their immense support that make my videos better and my life easier! You could also join them to help me with my projects and potentially receive the great giveaways my sponsors provide.

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88 thoughts on “My Patrons and Supporters

  1. Hello Mr Mehdi ! frankly you’re the best! I want to tell you that I use your videos to teach my pupils and I want to thank you a lot for this opportunity. You rule !

  2. Hello Mehdi!
    My name is Muhammad Ehtsham Rauf. I am from Pakistan. I love your videos.I had watched all of your videos.You are awersome. I had never seen a Electrician like you. I feels your pain due to electricity only to teach us. I am your Fan from Pakistan. Keep it up. You are awersome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. JOKE:Why did the children eat their home work. Because the teacher said,it was peace of cake . Mu huh ha hahaha

    I love your channel keep it up.bye
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  6. Hello Mehdi, my name is Vladimir. Greetings from Serbia. I really enjoy watching your videos as im an electronic enthusiast myself and i also work as an electrician. I really like how you hurt yourself in order to teach everyone what to do and what not to do which is risky i gotta say. I was offered to give a presentation in middle school and i knew who could i rely on. I learned a few things as well from you like making myself my own Tesla coil and blowing minds of kids in the class. Keep up the good work and dont kill yourself while doing it!

  7. hi Mehdi
    Im Matej Kovacevic,im from croatia and i am studing electricity.
    i like your videos.
    i am going to be electrical engineer

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  9. Hi Mehdi!
    Greetings from India! Your videos are fun filled as well as educational and keep the watcher glued to them. Have watched all of them in a single go! Looking forward to more content from you. Also I’m working on the Taser you built. Will share some pics if I complete it!

    Thank You :)))

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  12. Hello,Mehdi.
    I come from China.I am a middle school student.I like your video.I saw you in a video website of the video.I think they are very interesting and useful.I hope you can shoot more interesting video.

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  16. Hello Mehdi, I am a fancier of electronic Chinese. Since I found your video in China, I feel that electricity can be so wonderful. Your video is very interesting, I hope you can continue this style, just don’t hurt yourself! I am just a junior high school student, but I feel your video even I can easily understand! I love electricity, like you! If you want a Chinese MF47 multimeter, I am happy to show it to you, maybe I can give you a!
    From the Chinese electronic fancier

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  26. You are awesome! I love your videos. Not only are they hilarious, but they are educational! I wish more people had the gift/desire to combine comedy and education into enjoyable videos such as yours.

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  28. I have no regard to safety at work this is why I am on this blog at the moment
    Do not be like when being a IT Systemadministrator

    Greetings from RWTH Aachen

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  30. Hi, Mehdi
    A group of students including myself are wondering where you got the parts for your Slayer Exciter Circuit build we need to purchase those parts, please contact us as soon as you can

    Sincerely,
    Erik Ocampo USCEASTCP

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  33. Hi Mehdi,

    Your videos are very hilarious and can tame me when i am down and still it let me learn about electricity also. I also share you with my friends and one of my friends said the video that you have made that is called”how to not make an electric guitar”u didn’t actually get electrocuted.I am wondering why he said like that.I also know that u didn’t purposely trying to drop your lovely camera right it is soo obviouse that u already get elctrocuted.

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  35. Hello Mehdi
    Can you suggest me a method to disturb a rock band that play with high power amplifier under my apartment?
    They do also during night and I cannot sleep.
    I’m able to build anything also of high voltage.

  36. Hello Mehdi,
    Thank you so much for your videos they are great.I come from P. R. China and most people here have no access to Youtube. But wonderfully, some nice guy share your videos on Chinese video website with homemade Chinese translation subtitle. And in the view of comments about your videos, everyone here like you. And surely I like you so much ^_^ ^_^

    • Hi Chen,

      Thank you and the nice guy who provides my videos in China!
      I suppose my website is not blocked there, is it?

      Have fun,
      Mehdi

        • Great! thanks. Do you know if liveleak.com, vessel.com or rumble.com are blocked there? I have presence in those too. Thanks.

          • Some is not blocked here, but it takes long time to download the website.
            Interesting and wonderful videos on Youtube will be shared in Chinese video websites. The most important thing is that for most people here include me, english is bad so the homemade chinese subtitles mean a lot.
            http://www.bilibili.com/video/av3897408/ is a sharing about your homemade phone charger.

  37. Hi eng.Mehdi
    How are you doing?
    I am working on a iโ€nverter, but I’m not sure what battery voltage/amp that gives me the most time of use?
    I need 1200w my use will be 250w, and as light weight as possible.
    Please help me choose & or advice me!
    Sorry about the other two comments

    Emad Akkad

  38. Hi eng.Mehdi
    How are you doing?
    I am working on a iโ€nverter, but I’m not sure what battery voltage/amp that gives me the most time of use?
    I need 1200w my use will be 250w, and as light weight as possible.
    Please help me choose or & advice me!

    Emad Akkad

  39. Hi eng.Mehdi
    How are you doing?
    I am working on a iโ€nverter, but I’m not sure what battery voltage/amp that gives me the most time of use?
    I need 1200w my use will be 250w, and as light weight as possible.
    Please help me choose & or advice me!

    Emad Akkad

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  44. I wrote you on youtube, but i thought i’d do it again here hoping that you’ll see it.
    Your videos are great. You are funny, you teach and still you keep it simple.
    Thank you

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  47. Your videos are so inspiring. I will rebuild my Testla coil base on your schematic. You are one of my best teachers. Thank you for making them.

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  50. Keep up the great work Mehdi, your videos are very informative, what makes them great is your ability to add comedy value to them as well ! Very unique approach to education. Excellent job!

  51. I can’t say thank you enough for your original comedic skits and stunts while presenting your electrical engineering vids. I can’t wait until I’m 18 so I can support you amazing channel.
    — Sincerely slavymolo

  52. Hello Mehdi,

    Have you thought of making intro to electrical engineering videos? Obviously all of your videos teach thousands of people everyday but I’d love to be able to follow your schematics. Keep up the great videos!

  53. Hi Mehdi,
    My friend Ian and I are both aspiring electrical engineers and love watching your videos. They’re both informational and entertaining at the same time. During class last month in Maryland, U.S.A., we brought in your engineering diagram on how to make a taser. Our instructor was overjoyed and the class started to design one ourselves. Although we didn’t successfully complete the taser project, the instructor viewed the Tesla coil video and demonstrated the circuit in class. We found out yesterday that we received a certificate of merit for bringing in your inspiration to class. We told our instructor that your videos been inspiring us since the first video we saw in 2012. If you can Ian and I would love to hear a reply soon. Thank you for reading and keep making great videos!

    Sincerely,
    Luke S. and Ian B.

    • Hi Luke and Ian,

      Wow a certificate of merit?! I hope that’s a good thing since I never received one! Thanks for sharing my videos with your classmates and trying out the circuits. Just be careful with those high voltage stuff, I don’t want your bloods on my hand! Other than that, keep up the good work and pass my regards to your teacher.

      Have fun!
      Mehdi

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