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AA / AAA 4 Cell Battery Storage Case Bundle of Six Cases

by Thomas
4.2 out of 5 stars 89 customer reviews

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  • This is a bundle of six four cell cases.
  • Holds either 4 AA or 4 AAA rechargeable batteries.
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Product Description

Battery Holder / Battery Tote Holds either 4 AA or 4 AAA Rechargeable batteries. Individual slots for either AA or AAA size rechargeable batteries. Holder snaps shut for extra protection. Just a simple counter-clockwise twist on the tabs - locks battery holder tabs together. Buy several and mark some for your charged batteries and the other half for discharged batteries. Great Accessory for all your AA or AAA rechargeable batteries.

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Brand Name Thomas
Item Weight 1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 6.4 x 2.9 x 1.7 inches
Item model number BATCASE*6+RM
Manufacturer Part Number BATCASE*6+RM

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ASIN B0047UW2UK
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4.2 out of 5 stars 89 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #51,474 in Office Products (See top 100)
#282 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Batteries, Chargers & Accessories > Household Batteries > AAA
#485 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Batteries, Chargers & Accessories > Household Batteries > AA
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available October 19, 2010

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First off, these cases lock pretty well if you follow the included instructions to twist counter clockwise. I haven't tried a drop test but they have stayed closed pretty well in the bag.

Like others, I was surprised to see promotional wording on the case when I opened the package. That issue was solved very easily with some acetone (nail polish remover) and q-tips. rubbing the lettering off all 6 cases took less than 5 minutes. Once the acetone takes away all of the lettering, rinse the case under cold water to prevent the acetone from marring the surface of the case.

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I actually was unsure about ordering these battery cases, but after reading the previous review and his description on how to lock the tabs I decided to place my order.

To make a long story short, I'm about to order 2 more sets of these cases. For the price they can't be beat.

These cases are sturdy and fairly strong, they DO lock and stay locked (you do have to press the tabs together until you hear a click, might take a try or two until you get the hang of it; If you do have problems locking them, just use a rubber band and place it around the case.
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I am a professional photographer and carry a lot of AA batteries, needed
something to organize my batteries in a manageable way. I found these at
a fair price, so I decided to give it a try.

The Good
-- Fair price.
-- Can hold either 4 AA or 4 AAA

The Bad
-- The two very small protruding locking tabs, if you do not carefully
close them just right, by twisting with your thumb on the top tab AND
your forefinger under the bottom tab, which is somewhat difficult due to
its small size, even if your fingers are considered as medium size, they
will not lock firmly, and the batteries will frequently fall out when
you pick up a case.
-- Due to the design of the protruding locking tabs, when I pull any one
of the cases out of my bag, one of the tabs will frequently catch on to
the inside of the bag and will accidentally open up the case, spilling
the batteries inside the bag. This does not happen every time, but often
enough to be a real pain.
-- I bought a six pack bundle, two of the cases will not stay snap shut
from the start, no matter how much I twist the locking tabs.
-- I have read the other reviews. One person even did a drop test and
stated that the case will still stay close. Well, I tested that theory
at 12" to 14" from the ground, EVERY single case popped open every time
and the batteries go flying every where. Most people are not going to be
on their knees, usually standing instead, if dropped, it will be at a
much higher height. The cases even started to crack in certain areas.

Final thoughts
-- I was hoping that these cases would work out, especially for the
price. But, after experiencing the numerous issues, I think I will start
looking for something else instead. Oh well, live and learn!
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I use AA rechargeable batteries all the time for photo equipment. For various reasons, I keep sets of 4 batteries together from "cradle to grave", so I rely on battery cases to help me stay organized.

Previously I have purchased similar cases from Battery Barn, and these are similar in design and quality. Of the 6 cases I received, all seemed to work OK, and they have held up so far-although I have only had them a couple months.

Good Points:

Batteries fit well in the case, both AA and AAA-although I hardly ever carry AAA.

I arrange batteries all pointing in the same direction (charged), or pointing in random direction (discharged). The case allows either orientation, and is translucent enough to see the arrangement without opening it.

They are cheap

Not-So-Good Points

Like other cases I own, these will open if dropped. I have never had them open in my camera bag, but I had a special compartment added to my bag which is about the same size as the cases-meaning they can't spill even if the case does spring open.

The latches are less than perfect, but not really any different than the other cases I own. Yes, they will open, but on the rare occasions when I carry extra batteries in my pocket or vest, a rubber band works great to keep them secure. Not an idea solution, but that's life.

In short, they are what they are. I find them to be perfectly serviceable, although you need to be aware of their limitations. I have seen battery cases for $15 or so each that seem a lot more secure and robust, but since I usually carry 10 sets or so, I am not about to spend $150 on battery cases.
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Just so you know, you cannot just squeeze the case shut - you have to "twist" the two tabs at the closure. Not a real problem, but not obvious.

I bought twelve of these cases (two 6-packs), and 8 of them stay shut well. Two of them don't snap shut well, and I expect they will pop open in my backpack/briefcase. Two of them really don't stay closed at all, and I'm using masking tape to hold them shut. They work well enough, depending upon the cost.
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I've ordered 3 sets of these cases so it should be readily apparent that I feel they are a worthwhile investment. I find them to be both convenient and durable. Yes, the little locking tabs did require about a 20 second learning curve. Once you get the batteries installed properly and they lock, they are closed. Also, you need to make certain that you install AA batteries in the smaller or inner (bottom) side before attempting to close the top (it is and should be a snug fit). This will preclude any kind of false closure. (The top is the side with the manufacturer's website address on it) After you install a set of 4 batteries in these a couple times, you will understand what I am referring to. AAA batteries don't require any special considerations and can be inserted both vertically or horizontally but I recommend vertically to obtain the tightest closure. (when installed this way, AAA batteries will be a little loose in the case but not loose enough to open them) Again, once you become adept at the closing of the case, you will understand why these cases are so handy. Once you try a set, you will be buying more to keep all your batteries in. As my battery collection grows I will be buying more of these. Don't let the naysayers here dissuade you from trying some. They are a great way to keep your battery collection organized and at hand.
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