|Brand||The Battery Organizer|
|Product Dimensions||30.48 x 17.78 x 6.35 cm; 660 Grams|
|Item Weight||660 g|
The Battery Organizer TBO1531 The Batt Storage Case with Hinged Clear Cover, Includes a Removable Tester, Holds 93 Batteries Various Sizes, Black
- Made of durable plastic material! Helps keep your batteries organized and neatly stored
- Store it flat in a drawer or closet or mount it on the wall. Features a hinged clear cover
- Includes a removable battery tester that doesn't require a battery
- Holds up to 93 different size batteries; 45 AA, 25 AAA, 4 9 volt, 8 C, 6 D and 5 flat batteries
- Measurement in inches; 7W x 12L x 2. 5H
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Great Item to eliminate your cluttered drawers and closets. Helps keep your batteries neat and organized! Also includes a battery Tester that you can easily remove. The tester doesn't require any batteries for operation. It works on the power of the battery you are testing! You can store it conveniently in your drawer, closet or you can mount it on the wall. Stores up to 93 Batteries in various sizes! Including 45 AA, 25 AAA, 4 9 volt, 8 C, 6 D and a "swing drawer" For 5 flat batteries.
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Whether you want to mount it on the wall or put it in a drawer; the lack of a locking mechanism is a gigantic oversight. It makes transportation impossible and makes the likelihood of disaster high in general.
Imagine the feeling of organizing a whole drawer of loose batteries only to have your child or better half mishandle and have give or take 100 batteries fly all over your house, under sofas and tables. No matter how much you scour the floors, you’ll be sucking up stray batteries with the vacuum cleaner for a month.
I wouldn’t call that an organizer, I’d call that a battery grenade.
Get something that locks or zips shut to save yourself a whole lot of frustration.
They could’ve avoided this for pennies at the design stage, but that’s the thing with these ambiguous reseller brands: they’re buying someone else’s design disaster that wouldn’t fair well in stores and unloading them here.