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- Manufacturer reference: BATTHOLD
- ASIN: B004JNU6YO
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 18 Jan. 2011
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 64,386 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
7dayshop Battery Organiser / Storage Tray / Rack with Built in Battery Tester
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- Get your batteries in shape with this Superb Battery Holder / Organiser / Storage Tray / Rack. Features a very useful built in battery tester. too!
- Neatly holds up to 40 batteries and helps to better organise and store your batteries. Use with all popular types and sizes including alkaline and rechargeable.
- This smart battery tray/rack also features a very useful built in LED battery tester to help you quickly establish the charge/state of your batteries - saving you more time and money by helping to eliminate equipment problems etc.
- Smart compartmentalised unit can hold up to 40 batteries in total and may be placed in a drawer bottom or better still fixed to a wall or the back of door/cabinet etc. (screws are included).
- Use this rack with your rechargeable batteries to better organise and rotate - by providing a place for batteries you help to re-educate friends and family to think about re-using batteries instead of throwing them away!
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Top Customer Reviews
clears up all the mess in the drawers and tells you whether the batteries are working or not
I never intended to wall mount this, so comments about batteries falling out aren't applicable to my review. As I mainly want to store AA & AAA batteries, plus a few C & PP9's, I'm pleased that AA batteries can be placed in sections that normally take C's, & I've stored 36 AA's ( this includes placing 8 of them on top of other AA's ). The battery tester works, & is, in my opinion, the icing on the cake.
A previous comment about lack of information in instruction leaflet about removing plastic strip from battery tester batteries on rear of unit, has obviously been addressed ( with a digram as well ).
Writing a review about a battery storage box might seem to some people a bit sad ( maybe I should get out more ), but after putting up with loose batteries in my cupboard drawer rolling around like drunken sailors ( apologies to any seafarers reading this review ), this product was the ideal solution, & I wanted to share my thoughts on it.
My wife is now trying to prise me away from the keyboard, so it's time to finish this review!
Comments on the design of the rack ...
The D cell section will be of no use to me so that's a large amount of potential storage space wasted.
The dual purpose AA/C sections actually look like they can work OK, even when it is fixed to the wall. The bottom edge of each compartment is tapered upwards at the front so it seems possible to carefully balance a load of AA cells in there in a way that stops them from falling out.
The AA sections on the left take 6 cells each and the AAA sections take 4 each. BUT there is a small amount of wasted space at the top of each of these 4 compartments. It looks like they could have squeezed in an extra cell in each AAA compartment if they had designed it a bit more carefully.
The main problem with the AAA compartments is that my Lidl "Tronic" AAA cells, of which I have a large number, seem to be too long to fit correctly. They go in at an angle and you can just about push them down to lay straight at the bottom but they are then wedged in against the sides. Not good.
I haven't tried the tester and probably won't bother with that. The tester actually has some small coin cells to make it work, and these are accessed from the back of the rack so you would have to unscrew it from the wall to replace these. Hmmm.
Overall, it will just about do the job, but if I had put my mind to it I could have made something a bit more carefully sized out of a bit of plywood if I'd had the time and enthusiasm!.
The unit tapers from thick to thin, top to bottom. Annoyingly, if it was the other way around, they wouldn't fall out. But like I said, possibly more my fault than theres just something for you guys to be aware of.
The battery tester part is fine, lights up to green on good batteries, red on dead. Had no ambers yet.
Overall I am happy with it though.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This still works great, and actually helps me organise my batteries in such a way that they're not all over the place, plus the "charge checker" still works great. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Andy K / Stormkeeper
Handy gadget to have around - I can always find my batteries now & I know when I am low & need to restock! Good strong quality - would recommendPublished 18 months ago by tidymonster
Just what I needed to keep the batteries tidy in the basket I store on a shelf. Really useful to be able to test the batteries. Read morePublished on 22 Jan. 2015 by G M Carr
This is a very useful little tray, especially the built-in battery tester which makes so much sense.Published on 28 Dec. 2014 by sv