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Perfect drawer size and capacity for my needs. Quickly weeded out low batteries with the included voltmeter (which is remarkably accurate). I like this open style made from molded plastic better than the closed top cases with soft foam inserts. My drawer transformed from a pile of intermixed new and weak batteries to organized with extra space in about 5 minutes.
This is a great case, so glad I gave it the chance. It fits all the batteries I was storing in a drawer for game system remotes and so on. It is well constructed and durable and holds a large number of batteries. Well worth the money and a great price compared to the store ones. It hangs on the wall or can be sat on a flat surface.
Nice capacity for a lot of batteries of all kinds. Being a bit OCD, I never have to deal with the mess in my drawer again. It would be nice to have a cover though. On the other hand, after I put the batteries in I found a small hairline crack from between the bottom right corner of the AAA slot to the upper right AA slot, I think the plastic itself cannot support to much of weight but since this organizer is not being move anywhere constantly it doesn't matter to me.
The back of the battery tester has a chart for 1.5v and 9v ALKALINE battery. What I almost use is the eneloop 1.2v AA and AAA NiMH batteries. To save some time for other here's a quick reference, I hope this help:
A very quick way to estimate the status of a rechargeable cell “AA” / “AAA” 1.2v battery by using a simple multimeter and checking the terminal voltage of the battery, do note that this is not an accurate way to measure the battery capacity as it just to give you a rough idea about status for a NiMH rechargeable battery.
If the voltage in Volts (V) is around
1.36 - 1.38 – Consider the battery as fully charged.
around 1.30 – It has around 80% of the capacity
around 1.2 or lower the cell is almost fully discharged.
I can now have all my batteries in the same place, neatly organized so I know where they are, and they are handy when needed. It fits all size batteries. It also comes with a removable battery tester which helps you know when it's time to replace the batteries.