|Item Weight||0.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.2 x 1.5 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||12AACY|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Storacell Powerpax AA Battery Caddy, Yellow, 12-Pack
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- Store your batteries in a compact, easy to find caddy; holds 12 AA batteries
- Dispense batteries with one hand for safety and convenience
- Terminal protection at both ends regardless of how the battery is inserted
- Unique, easy to use locking mechanism; batteries snap into place and remove easily
- Originally designed for pilots, the Battery Caddy is also great for photography, camping, travel or home use
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|Storacell has a Caddy for Any Battery||AA||18650||AA, AAA, 9V||CR123||AA, AAA, C, 9V||AAA|
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Top Customer Reviews
I ordered this to hold and organized my rechargeable batteries for my Speedlights and to indicate charged and discharged batteries. This product is perfect and I'm going to order some more to hold AAA and CR123 batteries.
These are the key features:
- Made of strong, non-brittle plastic--it's rigid yet flexible
- Batteries are snapped into place firmly and will not fall out yet they can easily be removed
- Batteries can be inserted either way to indicate charged or discharged
- Batteries are protected from grounding or making contact when placed on a flat surface regardless which way you insert them
The version that holds various sizes (AA,AAA,9V,C) I don't like as much as this yellow 12-AA or the black 4-AA because it holds onto the batteries too tightly.
I also like this yellow 12-AA because it's one unit instead of 3 loose 4-AA versions. A good buy and I'm glad I bought it.
This caddy dispenses AA batteries one at a time so that you're not fumbling when trying to load flash units or other devices, and it doesn't take but seconds to figure out that this can be all be done in a one-handed fashion. I've loaded it with my eneloop AA Ni-MH batteries, AmazonBasics AA Ni-MH and standard AA alkaline batteries, and they all fit perfectly. Because of the unique Storacell design, I can insert fresh cells positive side down and exhausted cells positive up so that they don't get mixed up.
The Powerpax construction is quite robust, simple and highly functional. The design is quite ingenious in that cells can be extracted singly and with one hand. The material appears to be some form of sturdy polymer, and flip the battery over and you'll see they're a US-made product.
What started this search for a better solution for battery storage was an incident during the winter, with snow on the ground. It was cold and windy, and I was trying to get fresh AA batteries from a device quite similar in design to this AA battery storage box.Read more ›
Very easy to use, straight forward design. Will be ordering more of them for sure.
I'll start off by saying I really like the idea of this - the design is nice (more color options would be nice -- the Glow in the Dark version they sell is a nice idea, but harder to find/more expensive). The problem is, to me they're not the fastest solution and are one of the more costly ones.
The idea is simple - insert the batteries (as shown on the photo), then when ready to use, push up from the bottom until the head pokes out, then pull it out from there. You can also put the batteries in upside-down to indicate they're "dead".
For me, I have many sets of batteries (both rechargable and alkaline) so I need a way to store them all when not in use (and tell which ones are used, in the case of rechargables). And that's where these are a bit of a problem due to the cost. at 5-bucks a piece for a 4-battery-case, they're just about as expensive as the rechargable batteries themselves. If you have a drawer full of alkalines and need to organize them (which is how this was advertised to me at the time), it would cost a fortune with this option.
I eventually ended up with these: Bluecell 3 PCS Clear/Green/Blue Color AA / AAA 4 Cell Battery Storage Case + Bluecell Cable Tie - the prices do vary (I bought them at a price of roughly 2-for-a-dollar, shipped).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have several sets of these for both AA and AAA batteries, and they have eliminated the headache of opening a junk drawer and wondering which of the loose batteries are good and... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Walter Simmons
The battery holder does a good job of holding batteries. I thought they would easily slide in and out but once they are in, the latch really keeps them in which I suppose is a good... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Abraham Friedman
Simple and effective. I have 3 of these for my rechargeable batteries.Published 9 days ago by Adnan
Love these. Best way to keep track of batteries. I use the yellow ones for the batteries that are already charged and a black one for batteries that are in need of a charge.Published 12 days ago by Lou Hamilton