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This AA Battery Storage Box is an excellent battery organizer for storing and protecting AA batteries for use in your remote controls garage door openers video game controllers and much more. This plastic battery storage box holds up to twelve AA batteries at a time and includes a movable divider to help you keep fresh and dead rechargeable batteries separate.
Package Quantity: 1 | Size: 1 Pack
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needed something to store more then 4 AA rechargables (and a couple AAA) and this works just fine. And it doesn't feel cheap, I dont' think the hinge will just snap one day.Published 29 days ago by Azhrei
Its a simple battery holder box. I think given enough time the plastic clip tab might break...but for now it is doing a great job!Published 1 month ago by Jimbobwey
I keep this box fully loaded inside a Pelican roller case. At times, the box would pop open during transit and I'd find loose batteries scattered around my case, the problem I was... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephen T.
I love these storage boxes! They are sturdy and keep my batteries organized, which leaves my junk drawer less junky.Published 1 month ago by KBoy