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Solid Battery Case
on January 22, 2013
Was using Bluecell Storage Case (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005NESDDY/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_hst_4) as it was much cheaper than these. But decided to purchase Eneloop case as I wasn't fully satisfied with the case from Bluecell.
Eneloop case came in zipped bag similar to that of Bluecell. So my initial thought that these may end up having the same quality as the cheaper alternative. But once I removed them from the bag, the texture and feel is much more refine. Opening the the empty case was easy and so was opening it with batteries.
The case holds 4 AA nicely; not too tight or loose. It stored 5 AAA at any orientation. With Bluecell, AAA batteries need to be oriented correctly else the case will not close properly. Without the need to follow orientation, you can personally define the orientation of + to indicate which batteries are charged and which needs charging.
Eneloop case are smaller than Bluecell due to the absents of connection points. I personally don't like the connectors as it increases the width of the case and are useless as they came out easily.
I would definitely recommend it to anyone that wants high quality case and are as fussy as me.