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The Battery Master is a compact case that will hold up to 93 of the most popular types of batteries so that you can keep them all in one place. When stored in this case, each battery rests in its own compartment, so no batteries touch one another or other objects. By using the Battery Master, you'll ensure that when you need one or more replacement batteries for an object within your home, you'll be able to grab what you need at just a moment's notice.

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The cost of Battery Master is $19.95 and the shipping is FREE!

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Open up Lid

    Before you begin using your Battery Master, you'll need to open its transparent lid. Once you do, you'll see 93 compartments of various shapes and sizes in the case.

  2. Add Batteries

    Next, one by one, you can add batteries to your case. Each one will hold AAA, AA, C, D, 9-volt, and button cell batteries. Be sure to put each battery in a compartment that's a suitable size and shape for it, or else your batteries may jiggle around and could fall out of their holes.

  3. Store or Mount

    After you've added up to 93 batteries to your Battery Master, close the lid again. Following that, you can either store the case in a drawer or cupboard or mount it on the wall. If you've put all the batteries within appropriate compartments, they should stay securely in place even after the case is mounted.

  4. Grab Batteries When Needed

    Once you have a need for one or more batteries, simply open up your storage case and retrieve the ones you need. If your case is hanging on the wall, you won't even need to take it down in order to do so. Just remember to close the lid again so it's not flapping open.

Features

  • Lightweight and Portable

    Each Battery Master has about the same length and width as a file folder and isn't a great deal thicker. Plus, even with batteries inside, it won't weigh more than a few pounds. Therefore almost anyone will be able to carry it from place to place within the home if necessary. If you need to transport it in your vehicle, it'll only take up a couple of feet of space, at most. You may even be able to transport it to another location on foot if you're just going down the street.

  • Provides Clear View

    With some storage cases, you may have to fumble through them and pull out certain drawers or compartments in order to see everything inside, but that's not so with this one. As each has a transparent lid and no batteries will be hiding behind others, you'll immediately be able to see all the batteries inside when you glance at yours. As a result, if you know what kind of battery or batteries you need at any given time, you'll be able to grab that type in seconds.

  • Safe and Secure

    Not only will your batteries stay securely inside your Battery Master, the case will also protect them from coming into contact with other objects. Some batteries can become a fire hazard if they come in contact with metal objects, including small ones such as coins, but you won't need to worry about that if you use the Battery Master. The only objects that'll be near any of your batteries will be other batteries, and no batteries will be touching.

Positive Points

  • Promotes Organization

    If you don't have one of these storage cases, you may choose to keep your batteries in a messy drawer, and besides being a potential fire hazard, this will make your batteries hard to find. When something in your home requires new batteries, it may take you up to a half hour to find appropriate ones, or you may realize that you don't even have those. With the Battery Master, you'll always know exactly what batteries you have on hand, where they are and which types need to be replaced at the store.

  • Reduces Waste

    Along the same lines, if your batteries aren't organized, the same ones may sit in a cluttered drawer or cupboard for years and then lose their charge before you've used them. Essentially, that means they'll go to waste. However, you'll be able to prevent this kind of waste by using the Battery Master, as you can organize your batteries sequentially by age in there. If you have the deluxe version, you'll also be able to use the battery tester that comes with it to determine the life of each battery.

  • Deluxe Version Available

    As mentioned, you'll have the option of obtaining a deluxe version of this storage case that contains a battery tester. This tester will work on any type of battery that's meant to be stored in the case, including 9-volt batteries. Aside from containing the tester, the deluxe version of the case has all the same attributes that the standard version does.

Negative Points

  • Won't Hold All Batteries

    While this storage case will hold all the common, popular types of batteries, you'll probably be out of luck if you have an uncommon battery type that needs to be stored. You could try to fit it into one of the case's compartments anyway, but the fit wouldn't be exactly right. The battery would probably end up rattling around instead of resting securely in the space, which means its storage wouldn't be completely safe.

Tips & Tricks

  1. Keep Same Ends Facing up

    As many people know, every battery has a positive end and a negative end. In your Battery Master, it'll be advantageous to store each battery with the positive end facing up. The negative end is usually flatter, so this will allow each battery to rest as flat as possible against the case's base, and you'll always be able to quickly determine which end is which.

  2. Ensure Load is Even

    If you plan on mounting your battery storage case on the wall, but not filling it completely with batteries, be sure that its load is balanced between its left and right side. If not, the case may tip to one side, and although that might not hurt the batteries, it could result in the case hanging crookedly (and unattractively) on your wall.

Warnings

  • Don't Use for Other Items

    The Battery Master was designed to store batteries, not other items, so it's best not to put other items in there, even if there's space for them. As mentioned, storing batteries next to certain objects could be a fire hazard, and besides, with other items in there, your storage case could become a mess. Then you'd wind up in the same situation as you'd be in with a crowded drawer. If you do ever feel the need to use your case to store something besides batteries, make sure that all the batteries have been taken out first.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Battery Master online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Battery Master online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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