STORACELL 12 AA Pack Battery Caddy (Military Green)

BH #ST12AAMG • MFR #12AAMG
STORACELL
STORACELL 12 AA Pack Battery Caddy (Military Green)
Key Features
  • Holds 12 AA Batteries
  • One-Handed Dispensing
  • Caddy Protects Both Terminals
The military green Storacell A9 Pack Battery Caddy is an organizer designed to accommodate up to 12 AA batteries. Its design permits one-handed dispensing of batteries. The caddy protects both terminal ends of each inserted battery, regardless of orientation.
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STORACELL 12AAMG Overview

The military green Storacell A9 Pack Battery Caddy is an organizer designed to accommodate up to 12 AA batteries. Its design permits one-handed dispensing of batteries. The caddy protects both terminal ends of each inserted battery, regardless of orientation.

UPC: 859064001863

STORACELL 12AAMG Specs

Battery Type12 x AA
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.95 x 2.25 x 1.4"
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It doesn't seem to have a cover can the batteries ...

It doesn't seem to have a cover can the batteries fall out?
Asked by: Dennis
No, it's a pretty tight fit. We have a few of these that roll around inside pelican cases and a battery has never come loose.
Answered by: Kevin
Date published: 2021-02-04

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I use P-Touch labels to mark (and match) sets of AA batteries. Will this holder work with AA's that have a label wrapped around their circumference, or will it be too tight to fit?
Asked by: Chris
I’ve labeled mine with a brother labeler (unsure which model) and its workable if you’re really careful when getting them in and out every time... but it’s a hassle. It is very tight and ended up tearing the paper labels and messing up the thicker plastic ones after a few normal uses, so I quit using the labeler.
Answered by: Joshua
Date published: 2019-01-27

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Is it possible that a battery in this case will be short-circuited if the case comes into contact with a metallic object such as a bunch of keys? Or does the construction of the case prevent that?
Asked by: Till U.
No, short-circuiting of batteries in this case is virtually impossible as the tips are recessed, and batteries are held snugly in place.
Answered by: Marat G.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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