(AAA+AA) - Whizzotech W9016 Clear AA/AAA Plastic Battery Storage Case/Organiser/Holder Holds 48 AA Batteries BL01
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- This battery organizer box is constructed from durable, high-impact polypropylene plastic to provide years of reliable use
- Instead of having your batteries loosely stored in your junk drawer, this AA battery storage box keep your batteries organized and protected, keep them safe, separated and secure
- Use compact battery case storage your common batteries and save your drawer space, light weight and personalized hook design
- Organizes up to 48 AA batteries at a time, you can also use this AA battery storage box hold your AAA batteries, but not fit for that perfectly. May only hold 46 * AA for rechargeable batteries
- Battery Storage Case only, batteries are not included
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Plastic case for carrying up to 48*AA batteries, you can also use it hold your AAA batteries, but not fit for that perfectly. May only hold 46 * AA for rechargeable batteries Package Include 1 x AA Battery Storage box
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There are also some other cases on Amazon for AA and AAA batteries that only hold a small amount of batteries (8 or so) in each case (some of these come in multi-packs so you can store more batteries total but you end up with several cases). While those cases may be good for traveling with a small amount of batteries, I was really looking for a larger case to store all my spare batteries at home. This case is great for that! It holds two rows of AA batteries and you can stack the batteries into a stack of two for a total capacity of 48 AA batteries. You can also mix in AAA batteries as well. If you use it to only store AAA batteries it can hold up to 64 batteries.
The case is nice and slim for compact storage. I also like that it has a very secure latching mechanism. You close the case and then the latch actually swings up and locks into place. Some other cases use a flimsy plastic snap closure that seems like it may wear out over time. This one uses a real plastic latch that is a separate piece so I think it will be more durable.
All in all this is a great sturdy, compact case if you are wanting to store spare batteries.
Because some of my rechargeables are not "pre-charged" Ni-MH, I like to order my batteries in storage so I can do first-in-first-out rotation. That keeps them from discharging too much when they're in storage, and ensures than they never go to zero charge.
However, as stated in the description, AAA batteries aren't a perfect fit in this case. AA batteries stay in place if the case is full, but they all tend to roll around and get out of order if the case isn't full.
To solve this problem, I cut a foam insert for each receptacle. Now my batteries stay put when the case is closed. See photos.
I'm giving this case a 5-star review because it is well-made and exactly what it says that it is. I am disappointed that I can't find a case that holds both AA and AAA batteries in a way that keeps them from moving around. Since there apparently is no perfect box for my needs, this one is the best I've found, and easy to modify to meet my needs. 5 stars. I hope my foam hack helps someone else.
I'll let you decide it's pricey; that doesn't factor into my review. Personally I'm happy to pay once for a nice product that gets the job done and will probably last me 10 years if I take care of it.
+ Latch is well made, it should stand up to a lot of use and it's easy to use.
+ Body of the case is nice and thick
- Hinges are very light weight and I expect they will not stand up to repeated use well (we'll see)
- Size of the case is not adequate for rechargeable AA cells (doesn't fit the stated capacity)
- Not easy to get a battery out of a full section, just using fingers (no space to grab it)
I had really hoped that this was the answer to my way-too-many stack of 4 cell battery cases. They all seemed like a good idea until I had this many. Now it's just too hard to find things I'm looking for.
The 3 cons make it a no-go for me getting more. I'm not returning it but i'm back on the hunt for what i'm going to use to organize my extensive AA stack of batteries.
Looking at the hinge plastic, I simply can't believe it will last. If this was a 4 battery case I'd probably discount it as an issue because ti would be opened and closed a lot fewer times. As a bulk battery case, it will be used far more often. It's unfortunate because the body of the case is nice and heavy as is the latch.
I placed 12 AA alkaline cells in one of the partitions and they fit perfectly with some room spare (not tight). However, most rechargeable batteries are marginally larger than alkaline cells. For reference I used Amazon Basic (gray) NiMH as well as Duracell "Green" NiMH cells. I can only fit 11 of these in one layer. The 12th won't fit. It really only means that 46 cells fit into the case but in that configuration they don't fit well and are a pain to get in and out.
Lastly, even if you have batteries that fit 12 to a row like it's spec't for, there is not enough room to get fingers in anywhere and extract them. If the case is not full then it's easy (obviously). In looking at the case, I simply had not considered this aspect but it should have been apparent.
Is it a terrible case, no (3*'s is being kind). Will I use it, probably. However, for 8$ (at the time of this review) I could have done better at the local store and a food storage container. The hunt goes on...
It's amazing how many AA and AAA batteries you can get into such a small box. If you're storing batteries in Duracell packaging this is your solution.