Sackorange 10pcs AA to C Size Spacers Battery Adapters Converter Cases for Use with Rechargeable AA Battery Cells + Battery Cas
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- Bundle of 10 pcs,Material:ABS,6g for each one
- Each Battery converter for 25*45mm (10"*17.7"),AA to C Battery
- AA to C Size Battery Box, Battery Case, Battery Adapter Spacers Case for rechargeable battery
- Whether large or small capacity battery can be easily placed
- Batteries are not included
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<1>This AAA to Size C battery converter is convenient, reduce weight and save money for you
<2>Easy to put in and take out your AAA batteries,easy to carry
<3>Just put your AA battery in the converter and it's the same as Size C battery.Batteries are not included
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I'll use my Maglight flashlight as an example. (it's designed for D cells).
Put your AA batteries in these adapters. Great. They are now the size of a D cell battery EXCEPT for the ass-end of the battery which is still just the size of an AA battery. You follow? My Maglight has a large spring at the bottom that screws onto the flashlight like any other flashlight. The problem is that the spring at the narrow end, which is to make contact with the (-) end of the battery is looped larger than the AA batter that it would now be connecting with. I solved this problem by putting a dime in the end loop of the spring, but it was a little precarious to get it to stay in place while I screwed the end back on. Had to try like 4 different times until is stayed in place ..
Also, keep in mind that AA's dont last as long as D's.
One small glitch I came across with the D cell MagLite is that the battery contact spring did not touch the small negative side of the holder due to the spring design. The simple fix was to place a quarter between the spring and the battery to ensure constant contact.
My application is in a AM/FM/SW radio with stunning audio quality. Fully charged AA's in these sleeves will run the radio at 1/2 volume for 2.5 days before recharge is needed.
This product makes it possible to use a high quality cell for all my battery needs.
The adaptors seem to be of reasonable quality. The mechanism that holds the AA cell in the adaptor is a bit "touchy" an occasionally needs some manipulation to allow the battery to "snap" into position. For me, it's not a big issue. Initially, I was somewhat disappointed but once I found how easily the situation was remedied, my satisfaction was increased. While these adaptors could never be considered to be "tactical grade", I believe that they will last a long time. Once a battery is inserted and the unit is placed in the barrel of the flashlight, there are no stresses or strains to cause damage.
The cost savings of using AA cells rather than D-cells make buying these adaptors a good idea. The weight saving is an added bonus.
Initially, I got another product that has a bottom hatch to open where you can put in one or two batteries, well they only worked once. These are much better.