Powerpax Storacell SlimLine AAA 6 件装电池盒，橙色 Holds 6 Batteries SLAAACY
- Store your batteries in a compact, easy to find caddy; holds 6 AAA 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^Batteries not included
The Storacell Battery Caddy solves the problem of how to conveniently store your batteries in a compact and easy to find holder. Originally designed for pilots, the Battery Caddy is also great for photography, camping, travel or home use. The Battery Caddy is durable and break resistant and the slim and lightweight design makes it portable. There are no sharp edges to catch on clothing or bags. Storacell's patented locking system snaps batteries into place; batteries snap into place and remove easily. When ready to use, simply push the battery out with your thumb. Keep fresh batteries separate from used batteries by turning them in opposite directions. The Storacell Battery Caddy provides the best terminal protection at both ends. Batteries left rolling around in a drawer, bag or container have the potential to cause a fire. 9V batteries can be a hazard if the double terminal comes in contact with metal objects; an electrical spark can be created causing a fire. The Battery Caddy is great for a variety of uses including outdoor activities, photography bags, emergency kits, by emergency responders and for home organization. Batteries not included.
1. It is annoyingly tough to get batteries out. They'll never come out on accident, but your fingers can get kinda sore if you're doing a lot of putting batteries in and removing them.
2. it'll rip the wrapper off of rechargeable batteries. Maybe it's just the batteries I buy (Powerex) but the batteries are made with an all metal housing with a plastic shrink-wrap style casing around the metal that has the label printed on it. Because this holster is so tight, after about 3-4 times in and out of the holster, the shrinkwrap will start ripping off. For some uses, this doesn't matter, but I recently tried putting these batteries in a flashlight where the batteries all fit so closely together that they touch each other and it fried the flashlight in a matter of seconds and melted the casing...
So, this holster is probably fine with single-use batteries you wouldn't be putting in and taking out a lot, but for rechargeables that have the casing I mentioned, stay away unless every place you would use the batteries keeps them either in line or in a configuration where they do not touch. Otherwise, this can create some serious fire / burn hazards in the future.
> Too bulky? No. The caddy adds only 1/16" on each side. So, for example the AA caddy is 5/8" thick by 2 3/4 wide.
> Hard to remove batteries? No. They stay securely in place, but easily slide out when you need them.
> Can the batteries short out? (when carried in a pocket, etc.). Unlikely -- the contacts are recessed in the caddy sufficiently to minimize the likelihood of becoming in contact with any other objects.
> Can the batteries be reversed in the caddy? (to indicate used/unused). Yes, the batteries fit either way.
> If you have a volt meter, you can test the batteries without removing them from the caddys.
> The caddies are very rugged.
> Unlike other battery cases, they cannot accidentally open -- if you've ever had a half-dozen batteries scattered in a crowd, you know what I mean.