Storacell slimline battery holders

adam38654

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I like these military grade battery holders. They are good for storing batteries in your car or camping bag without them rattling around.

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idleprocess

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I bought some of these years ago and discovered they had a significant flaw for rechargeable cells - they're rough on the outer wrap in general and any labels in particular. Primary cells that are apt to go through a single insert-remove cycle aren't really an issue.
 

thermal guy

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I use these from country comm. you can run them over with a car and be just fine. They hold 4-123’s
 

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knucklegary

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I bought some of these years ago and discovered they had a significant flaw for rechargeable cells - they're rough on the outer wrap in general and any labels in particular. Primary cells that are apt to go through a single insert-remove cycle aren't really an issue.
Not to mention there's absolutely no water protection. I also don't care for the creasing of wrappers on my non disposal batteries
 

Monocrom

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They're good overall, for primaries.
But in use, I've tossed them into plastic sandwich baggies.
To protect the batteries from moisture exposure.
 
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