• Storacell by Powerpax SlimLine AAA Battery Caddy, Orange, Holds 6 Batteries
  • Storacell by Powerpax SlimLine AAA Battery Caddy, Orange, Holds 6 Batteries
Storacell by Powerpax SlimLine AAA Battery Caddy, Orange, Holds 6 Batteries
Storacell by Powerpax SlimLine AAA Battery Caddy, Orange, Holds 6 Batteries

Storacell by Powerpax SlimLine AAA Battery Caddy, Orange, Holds 6 Batteries

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  • Store your batteries in a compact, easy to find caddy; holds 6 AAA batteries
  • Dispense batteries with one hand for safety and convenience
  • Terminal protection at both ends regardless of how the battery is inserted
  • Unique, easy to use locking mechanism; batteries snap into place and remove easily
  • Originally designed for pilots, the Battery Caddy is also great for photography, camping, travel or home use
  • Batteries not included

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Compact, Secure, ConvenientI've been trying to find the perfect container for carrying AA and AAA batteries for my flashes and triggers in my photo bag. In the process, I've tried several different types of battery holders recently.First, I tried the Dial battery boxes. I love them for storage at home because you can pack a lot of batteries in a single box, and they stack neatly in a drawer. Unfortunately, what makes them great in a drawer, makes them awkward in a bag. They were too thick to fit well in a small side pocket, and the corners create stress points in the fabric, that could over time lead to additional wear.Next, I tried some of those cheap and cheerful 4-battery cases from China. They did come at a very attractive price, but they were surprisingly bulky for the number of batteries they held, and some of them had clasps that were annoyingly difficult to open - unless you dropped one, in which case batteries flew everywhere.So, I decided to try Storacell. I was pleasantly surprised at how compact they are. I can easily fit 6 AAA and 8 AA batteries in one of the little side pockets of my bag. The batteries click into the holder securely, yet are easily removed. And, because the two sides are very obviously different, I can tell at a glance which batteries are full and which need recharging by pointing the positive terminal toward the top if full, and toward the bottom if it needs charging. No more carrying around extra containers to separate the good and bad batteries into separate pockets. So far this is the best system I've used, and worth the extra cost.5Ok, but has some serious issues if you use rechargeable batteries...I'm a pro photographer and have piles of rechargeable batteries for flashes and wireless triggers, so this seemed like it would be a fantastic product to bring some order to the chaos of my battery collection. And it does work well to hold the batteries, but my issues are twofold:1. It is annoyingly tough to get batteries out. They'll never come out on accident, but your fingers can get kinda sore if you're doing a lot of putting batteries in and removing them.2. it'll rip the wrapper off of rechargeable batteries. Maybe it's just the batteries I buy (Powerex) but the batteries are made with an all metal housing with a plastic shrink-wrap style casing around the metal that has the label printed on it. Because this holster is so tight, after about 3-4 times in and out of the holster, the shrinkwrap will start ripping off. For some uses, this doesn't matter, but I recently tried putting these batteries in a flashlight where the batteries all fit so closely together that they touch each other and it fried the flashlight in a matter of seconds and melted the casing...So, this holster is probably fine with single-use batteries you wouldn't be putting in and taking out a lot, but for rechargeables that have the casing I mentioned, stay away unless every place you would use the batteries keeps them either in line or in a configuration where they do not touch. Otherwise, this can create some serious fire / burn hazards in the future.3A must have if you also use rechargeable batteries! I love these, and have ordered them in several different battery sizes and capacities. When I am traveling, or trying to stay organized these can't be beat. They seem like something that should be cheaper, but I have dropped a full loaded 12 AA holder from 3 feet and it didn't break. A couple batteries did pop out, but the holder survived. It was bright orange so was easy to locate when I looked too.I think these are a must have if you also use rechargeable batteries! 5The Real ReviewNice battery organizer, and it keeps your batteries from touching anything else. Easy to get batteries in and out of the carrier and do not come out when shaken. I have one of the 82 battery organizers, which was nice, but I wanted something I could throw in a drawer or backpack and not worry about shorting out batteries and was smaller then the 82 battery organizer. They are very heavy duty and will last for a long time. Comes in different colors and amount of batteries you can store. I got several of the AAA 6pk, 9 volt 4pk, and the 12 pk AA containers, so I can throw them in several different drawers around the house.I also have the cheap plastic 4 count battery snap containers and I do not like them as well. The storeacell is something I would feel 100% comfortable throwing in a backpack on the go.5Convenient and easyI paid $3 bucks for mine. Prices on Amazon seem to fluctuate wildly for the same product. Bizarre. But for the price I paid, it s well worth it. It s just a little piece of injection molded plastic, but it s a very smart idea. I can now carry six batteries in my man purse/pack and put my hands on them without spending 20 minutes searching. lolThe bright yellow color helps. It will also keep your fresh batteries from accidentally making contact thus causing them to discharge. Smart. I don t use a whole lot of AAA size, but with this little guy being so convenient, I will always have some with me now. Great idea and glad I found it.I recommendThanks for reading5>> DOES THE JOBI was very skeptical -- but after purchasing two Powerpax caddys, I'm a convert. I think that they are the best solution for individuals like myself who want to carry spare batteries, in my pocket, in my camera bag, or in my luggage. For long term storage, I still prefer sealable containers (to minimize humidity) that I can keep in my frig. Refrigeration extends the life of batteries, (but freezing damages batteries).MY CONCERNS> Too bulky? No. The caddy adds only 1/16" on each side. So, for example the AA caddy is 5/8" thick by 2 3/4 wide.> Hard to remove batteries? No. They stay securely in place, but easily slide out when you need them.> Can the batteries short out? (when carried in a pocket, etc.). Unlikely -- the contacts are recessed in the caddy sufficiently to minimize the likelihood of becoming in contact with any other objects.> Can the batteries be reversed in the caddy? (to indicate used/unused). Yes, the batteries fit either way.IN ADDITION> If you have a volt meter, you can test the batteries without removing them from the caddys.> The caddies are very rugged.> Unlike other battery cases, they cannot accidentally open -- if you've ever had a half-dozen batteries scattered in a crowd, you know what I mean.5Seems like a good idea!I carry two headlamps in my backpack and use them infrequently. This is the problem as when I do need them, they are 9/10 completely drained. Each headlamp uses 3 AAA batteries so this 6 pack looks like a matched carrier for me. I will not mind installing and removing batteries when I m done with the lamps. This product is small enough to keep in the narrow pocket of my backpack with the two headlamps so that is a nice plus by keeping things grouped together.I will be using it on an upcoming trip and may possibly expand the idea for other packs or drawers.The high-vis orange makes sense to me for looking in a dark pocket.The plastic material seems thick enough for durability. I did a pretty good flex test and I was happy with it s rigidity.Such a simple but nice product.5Super convenient, love them These things are by far the most convenient way to store batteries. I have lots of lights and electronics and things in AA and AAA. I take these storacell racks and trim them (bandsaw) to fit the right amount of batteries for a given unit and have a super convenient way to keep spare batteries organized and colocated eith the item that will use them. I have a rack in my PPE case at work for my headlamp that I trimmed to fit three batteries, have one in my truck for a flashlight that also fits 3, in my camping gear for a headlamp and a GPS. I love these things 5Excellent, low profile, sensible and portable productExcellent product of solid, sturdy plastic. No clicky or widely expanding or hanging parts! I keep hist and a AA version of this unit in my everyday backpack for when something I need on the go requires batteries - that flashlight in the car, a wireless mouse at work, etc. You can easily organize full and empty batteries with ease, too (I.e facing empty ones down, and the batteries maintain securely held, yet quickly accessible). This is all stuff other reviewers have written I m sure, but thanks for reading. I highly recommend this product.5good to go!this thing works great for holding my batteries for work and hiking. super convenient and sturdy, i don't feel like this will break anytime soon. hold them securely and quick to get your batteries out. inline design is slim so the pack fits almost anywhere. the glow in the dark plastic is really neat and very bright and picks up a charge quickly, but looses it quickly too. unless its in the sun all day (which you dont want your batteries doing anyway) it wont be glowing at midnight when you're looking for them, although the opaque white color of the plastic does help. also i wish there was a way you could link multiple packs back to back would be an awesome feature if you needed to increase your load out or have different battery sizes in one spot. all in all the gripes i have are minor and i WILL buy more for other bags and whatnot, just probably going with a different color than the glow in the dark. would have gave 4.5 stars just for the fact that the "glow in the dark" doesn't really work that well but gave them the extra half because i think overall this is a good product.5Hate batteries rolling around, you need this. I carry batteries with me in my work/travel bag. I am a bit OCD and hate it when things roll around without a home to stay in and stay in place. These are a must for anyone that keeps batteries in a mobile or other location other than your kitchen junk drawer! Have a fancy car with rear-seat entertainment? Ever have your kick go into panic mode because the headphones just died in the middle of Kung Fu Panda and OMG the word is coming to an end of they can't hear Po kick some kitty butt!!!??!!?!?!?!? Ever search around your car for batteries cussing at yourself knowing you threw in a few a couple months ago while you barrel down the highway to that family vacation?These will help keep things organized and in place. 5Super handy but expensiveThese slim line battery holders are great for Pack organization or just general battery organization in the house. They seem to be really well made of high-quality plastic in bright visible colors. The only thing is they seem really expensive for what they are which is essentially an injection molded piece of plastic. If they will were waterproof or more adjustable for different types of batteries maybe that would justify the price. They also just come in some weird sizes like I don't really need to carry six AAA's at once I would much prefer to carry two double A's and two AAA's in one unit. I still think they are a really ingenious product and I will probably buy more in the future but they are still just too expensive which is why I only gave them three stars.3Almost perfect battery organizerI got tired of having loose batteries floating around in our junk drawer and searched Amazon for a solution. I love Amazon because they carry just about everything, and the few times when I've had a problem, they have always resolved it to my satisfaction.The box type organizers seem like a good idea, but they occupy a lot of space, don't hold enough AA's, or hold too many of the sizes I don't need. Some include a battery tester, though its accuracy is questionable. I don't think I need a battery tester if I can keep track of new versus used. Besides, I already own a volt meter and can use it if needed.Then I found these. They are more expensive, and so I was hesitant to buy them. I searched for a suitable alternative and couldn't find anything that would meet my needs as well as these. I ordered these and have been very pleased with my decision.I bought as many of each type as I needed, and now all my batteries are protected and easy to access. The batteries are locked into the holder and won't fall out, but are still easily removed. Batteries can be inserted in either direction, making it easy to keep track of the ones that have been used but are still good, or in the case of rechargeables, tracking charged vs discharged.They come in several different colors, which you can use to indicate something like battery chemistry.It would be nice if holders of the same size could be assembled, rather than being separate. That would make this the perfect battery organizer, in my opinion.5
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Compact, Secure, ConvenientI've been trying to find the perfect container for carrying AA and AAA batteries for my flashes and triggers in my photo bag. In the process, I've tried several different types of battery holders recently.First, I tried the Dial battery boxes. I love them for storage at home because you can pack a lot of batteries in a single box, and they stack neatly in a drawer. Unfortunately, what makes them great in a drawer, makes them awkward in a bag. They were too thick to fit well in a small side pocket, and the corners create stress points in the fabric, that could over time lead to additional wear.Next, I tried some of those cheap and cheerful 4-battery cases from China. They did come at a very attractive price, but they were surprisingly bulky for the number of batteries they held, and some of them had clasps that were annoyingly difficult to open - unless you dropped one, in which case batteries flew everywhere.So, I decided to try Storacell. I was pleasantly surprised at how compact they are. I can easily fit 6 AAA and 8 AA batteries in one of the little side pockets of my bag. The batteries click into the holder securely, yet are easily removed. And, because the two sides are very obviously different, I can tell at a glance which batteries are full and which need recharging by pointing the positive terminal toward the top if full, and toward the bottom if it needs charging. No more carrying around extra containers to separate the good and bad batteries into separate pockets. So far this is the best system I've used, and worth the extra cost.5Ok, but has some serious issues if you use rechargeable batteries...I'm a pro photographer and have piles of rechargeable batteries for flashes and wireless triggers, so this seemed like it would be a fantastic product to bring some order to the chaos of my battery collection. And it does work well to hold the batteries, but my issues are twofold:1. It is annoyingly tough to get batteries out. They'll never come out on accident, but your fingers can get kinda sore if you're doing a lot of putting batteries in and removing them.2. it'll rip the wrapper off of rechargeable batteries. Maybe it's just the batteries I buy (Powerex) but the batteries are made with an all metal housing with a plastic shrink-wrap style casing around the metal that has the label printed on it. Because this holster is so tight, after about 3-4 times in and out of the holster, the shrinkwrap will start ripping off. For some uses, this doesn't matter, but I recently tried putting these batteries in a flashlight where the batteries all fit so closely together that they touch each other and it fried the flashlight in a matter of seconds and melted the casing...So, this holster is probably fine with single-use batteries you wouldn't be putting in and taking out a lot, but for rechargeables that have the casing I mentioned, stay away unless every place you would use the batteries keeps them either in line or in a configuration where they do not touch. Otherwise, this can create some serious fire / burn hazards in the future.3A must have if you also use rechargeable batteries! I love these, and have ordered them in several different battery sizes and capacities. When I am traveling, or trying to stay organized these can't be beat. They seem like something that should be cheaper, but I have dropped a full loaded 12 AA holder from 3 feet and it didn't break. A couple batteries did pop out, but the holder survived. It was bright orange so was easy to locate when I looked too.I think these are a must have if you also use rechargeable batteries! 5The Real ReviewNice battery organizer, and it keeps your batteries from touching anything else. Easy to get batteries in and out of the carrier and do not come out when shaken. I have one of the 82 battery organizers, which was nice, but I wanted something I could throw in a drawer or backpack and not worry about shorting out batteries and was smaller then the 82 battery organizer. They are very heavy duty and will last for a long time. Comes in different colors and amount of batteries you can store. I got several of the AAA 6pk, 9 volt 4pk, and the 12 pk AA containers, so I can throw them in several different drawers around the house.I also have the cheap plastic 4 count battery snap containers and I do not like them as well. The storeacell is something I would feel 100% comfortable throwing in a backpack on the go.5Convenient and easyI paid $3 bucks for mine. Prices on Amazon seem to fluctuate wildly for the same product. Bizarre. But for the price I paid, it s well worth it. It s just a little piece of injection molded plastic, but it s a very smart idea. I can now carry six batteries in my man purse/pack and put my hands on them without spending 20 minutes searching. lolThe bright yellow color helps. It will also keep your fresh batteries from accidentally making contact thus causing them to discharge. Smart. I don t use a whole lot of AAA size, but with this little guy being so convenient, I will always have some with me now. Great idea and glad I found it.I recommendThanks for reading5>> DOES THE JOBI was very skeptical -- but after purchasing two Powerpax caddys, I'm a convert. I think that they are the best solution for individuals like myself who want to carry spare batteries, in my pocket, in my camera bag, or in my luggage. For long term storage, I still prefer sealable containers (to minimize humidity) that I can keep in my frig. Refrigeration extends the life of batteries, (but freezing damages batteries).MY CONCERNS> Too bulky? No. The caddy adds only 1/16" on each side. So, for example the AA caddy is 5/8" thick by 2 3/4 wide.> Hard to remove batteries? No. They stay securely in place, but easily slide out when you need them.> Can the batteries short out? (when carried in a pocket, etc.). Unlikely -- the contacts are recessed in the caddy sufficiently to minimize the likelihood of becoming in contact with any other objects.> Can the batteries be reversed in the caddy? (to indicate used/unused). Yes, the batteries fit either way.IN ADDITION> If you have a volt meter, you can test the batteries without removing them from the caddys.> The caddies are very rugged.> Unlike other battery cases, they cannot accidentally open -- if you've ever had a half-dozen batteries scattered in a crowd, you know what I mean.5Seems like a good idea!I carry two headlamps in my backpack and use them infrequently. This is the problem as when I do need them, they are 9/10 completely drained. Each headlamp uses 3 AAA batteries so this 6 pack looks like a matched carrier for me. I will not mind installing and removing batteries when I m done with the lamps. This product is small enough to keep in the narrow pocket of my backpack with the two headlamps so that is a nice plus by keeping things grouped together.I will be using it on an upcoming trip and may possibly expand the idea for other packs or drawers.The high-vis orange makes sense to me for looking in a dark pocket.The plastic material seems thick enough for durability. I did a pretty good flex test and I was happy with it s rigidity.Such a simple but nice product.5Super convenient, love them These things are by far the most convenient way to store batteries. I have lots of lights and electronics and things in AA and AAA. I take these storacell racks and trim them (bandsaw) to fit the right amount of batteries for a given unit and have a super convenient way to keep spare batteries organized and colocated eith the item that will use them. I have a rack in my PPE case at work for my headlamp that I trimmed to fit three batteries, have one in my truck for a flashlight that also fits 3, in my camping gear for a headlamp and a GPS. I love these things 5Excellent, low profile, sensible and portable productExcellent product of solid, sturdy plastic. No clicky or widely expanding or hanging parts! I keep hist and a AA version of this unit in my everyday backpack for when something I need on the go requires batteries - that flashlight in the car, a wireless mouse at work, etc. You can easily organize full and empty batteries with ease, too (I.e facing empty ones down, and the batteries maintain securely held, yet quickly accessible). This is all stuff other reviewers have written I m sure, but thanks for reading. I highly recommend this product.5good to go!this thing works great for holding my batteries for work and hiking. super convenient and sturdy, i don't feel like this will break anytime soon. hold them securely and quick to get your batteries out. inline design is slim so the pack fits almost anywhere. the glow in the dark plastic is really neat and very bright and picks up a charge quickly, but looses it quickly too. unless its in the sun all day (which you dont want your batteries doing anyway) it wont be glowing at midnight when you're looking for them, although the opaque white color of the plastic does help. also i wish there was a way you could link multiple packs back to back would be an awesome feature if you needed to increase your load out or have different battery sizes in one spot. all in all the gripes i have are minor and i WILL buy more for other bags and whatnot, just probably going with a different color than the glow in the dark. would have gave 4.5 stars just for the fact that the "glow in the dark" doesn't really work that well but gave them the extra half because i think overall this is a good product.5Hate batteries rolling around, you need this. I carry batteries with me in my work/travel bag. I am a bit OCD and hate it when things roll around without a home to stay in and stay in place. These are a must for anyone that keeps batteries in a mobile or other location other than your kitchen junk drawer! Have a fancy car with rear-seat entertainment? Ever have your kick go into panic mode because the headphones just died in the middle of Kung Fu Panda and OMG the word is coming to an end of they can't hear Po kick some kitty butt!!!??!!?!?!?!? Ever search around your car for batteries cussing at yourself knowing you threw in a few a couple months ago while you barrel down the highway to that family vacation?These will help keep things organized and in place. 5Super handy but expensiveThese slim line battery holders are great for Pack organization or just general battery organization in the house. They seem to be really well made of high-quality plastic in bright visible colors. The only thing is they seem really expensive for what they are which is essentially an injection molded piece of plastic. If they will were waterproof or more adjustable for different types of batteries maybe that would justify the price. They also just come in some weird sizes like I don't really need to carry six AAA's at once I would much prefer to carry two double A's and two AAA's in one unit. I still think they are a really ingenious product and I will probably buy more in the future but they are still just too expensive which is why I only gave them three stars.3Almost perfect battery organizerI got tired of having loose batteries floating around in our junk drawer and searched Amazon for a solution. I love Amazon because they carry just about everything, and the few times when I've had a problem, they have always resolved it to my satisfaction.The box type organizers seem like a good idea, but they occupy a lot of space, don't hold enough AA's, or hold too many of the sizes I don't need. Some include a battery tester, though its accuracy is questionable. I don't think I need a battery tester if I can keep track of new versus used. Besides, I already own a volt meter and can use it if needed.Then I found these. They are more expensive, and so I was hesitant to buy them. I searched for a suitable alternative and couldn't find anything that would meet my needs as well as these. I ordered these and have been very pleased with my decision.I bought as many of each type as I needed, and now all my batteries are protected and easy to access. The batteries are locked into the holder and won't fall out, but are still easily removed. Batteries can be inserted in either direction, making it easy to keep track of the ones that have been used but are still good, or in the case of rechargeables, tracking charged vs discharged.They come in several different colors, which you can use to indicate something like battery chemistry.It would be nice if holders of the same size could be assembled, rather than being separate. That would make this the perfect battery organizer, in my opinion.5
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