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4.0 out of 5 starsGet organised and save yourself some time
Reviewed in Australia on 27 January 2020
I would be a dubious about hanging this off a wall, but otherwise solidly built. Excellent idea for getting all your unused batteries in one place at home. Also, putting batteries from seldom used appliances, remotes etc in this will save you from finding corroded batteries in the device when you come to use it again in a few years' time.
2.0 out of 5 starsBeware - can’t use AA slots as overflow AAA storage
Reviewed in Australia on 30 August 2019
22 spaces for AAA and 44 spaces for AA, unfortunalty u can’t use the excess of AA slots as AAA storage as they just fall right out the bottom. There is no clip on the main lid to keep it all secure in event that it gets knocked over or dropped. Battery checker works well.
El "organizador" se presenta en las imágenes con 93 pilas y medidor de carga para baterías; se especifica que es para 93 pilas; TODA LA PROPAGANDA EN IMÁGENES tiene las pilas. al llegar a mi domicilio no venían las pilas, pero si el medidor de baterías. O es un fraude y no envían las baterías, o es una descarada manipulación propagandística y muy costosa: más de 400 pesos por una caja de plástico. AMAZON debería exigir a las empresas que especifiquen con palabras lo que venden. para no permitirles el fraude.
I agree with the people who have given this one star but have another major complaint. The "directions" (there really aren't any) say that this can be mounted with two screws...well I put a screw in one side and a nail in the other, but now I can't get the tester back in because it is blocked by the left mounting screw, which has to be out of the wall quite a bit for it to hold the container. If you push the nail/screw all the way in, there is nothing to grip it so that the container stays put. I'm curious to know how others have mounted this properly and safely. It's a complete let down, which is a lot for me to say considering I am only let down by Amazon's products and those of their sellers maybe once every three to four dozen purchases. Completely upset.