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I saw this and thought it would be good to store the myriad of batts that I have. You must know that this is made to hang on the wall. The lid does not lock down in any way it just hangs lose and bangs into the Size C batts. You can lay it flat but remember the lid does not in any way hold the batteries from falling out if you turn it to the side, Now for me the biggest disappointment is that there are no slots for the batteries that use the most, the CR 123 batts. I rate it just barely useful. I should have read more carefully the description. It is too much trouble to return it so I'll keep it and buy smaller cases with locking lids
Well, there arent many options out there... I do find this low quality, feels flimsy. But will keep it. You'e expect this at the dollar store. Its nice to have all batteries stored. The lid has no latch unfortunately. I guess they can ask this much because there's no better competition.
First Off: the 20 different items you see when searching for a battery organizer that are at price points between $10-20 are all exactly the same design without any quality differences. I know because I bought a bunch of different ones because at this point I know better than to pull the trigger on just one Far East Gray Brand offering on Amazon. Whether the product page calls it out or not, they’re all the “wall mount” type, and come with screws. So if you want this item regardless, find the best delivered price between them. However, my advice would be to stay away and here’s why:
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.
It's can be a good induction battery, easy to use, not easy to lose. The lid of the box is good for protection against dust. But I hate unpacking batteries so much, please ignore the batteries I don't unpack anywhere. On the whole, I'm very satisfied with it.
Like the organizer and the fact that the battery tester was included. However, like most battery testers, it is not easy to align the battery so that both terminals are connected. A bigger groove between the terminals would help locate the battery so that both ends were touching contacts.