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Battery Daddy Battery Storage Case w/ Tester (Holds 180 Batteries) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Battery Daddy Battery Storage Case w/ Tester (Holds 180 Batteries) on sale for $14.99. Shipping is free with Prime or orders $25 or more.

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Key Features:
  • Holds 78 AAs, 64 AAAs, 8 9-Volts, 10 Cs, 12 Coin Cells and 8 Ds
  • The clear locking lid allows you to see which batteries you have
  • Comes with a battery tester

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More myth than fact.
I got one of these for Christmas and was pleasantly surprised. It's something I probably would have never bought myself, but now that I have it I'll definitely use it. The included battery tester isn't the best, but it is a quick gauge to tell if the batteries are good or bad.
keep in mind that this kind of tester is a no-load tester so it doesnt give you a true reading.

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keep in mind that this kind of tester is a no-load tester so it doesnt give you a true reading.
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Nice, missed out on the previous deal.

Question - do folks keep their batteries in the fridge to help better retain their charge, or just a buncha bs?
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Nice, missed out on the previous deal.

Question - do folks keep their batteries in the fridge to help better retain their charge, or just a buncha bs?
More myth than fact.
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Nice, missed out on the previous deal.

Question - do folks keep their batteries in the fridge to help better retain their charge, or just a buncha bs?

I keep alkaline there because I live in very hot, humid climate and some recommend keeping them cool to avoid leaking-so it is just the most convenient place. Have not had one leak that way and that includes Duracell. I keep the button ones there for convenience in same drawer. Does not seem to affect charge or longevity.
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I got one of these for Christmas and was pleasantly surprised. It's something I probably would have never bought myself, but now that I have it I'll definitely use it. The included battery tester isn't the best, but it is a quick gauge to tell if the batteries are good or bad.
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Nice, missed out on the previous deal.

Question - do folks keep their batteries in the fridge to help better retain their charge, or just a buncha bs?
My grandma has always done that. It has never made any noticeable difference.
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keep in mind that this kind of tester is a no-load tester so it doesnt give you a true reading.
Do you know of any decent testers. I was considering this mainly for the tester. I don't usually take my batteries for a walk but I also never had a carrier for them.
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Dead - back to full price
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My grandma has always done that. It has never made any noticeable difference.
Your grandma (and mine)was probably correct, back when she first started doing it - batteries in common use a long time ago did in fact work this way. (and some much more recent batteries show a small benefit, but there are conditions) Link to article below explains at length.

https://batteryguy.com/kb/knowled...he-fridge/

Personally, I don't have room in my fridge for all the food I'm getting at bargain off slickdeals...that I don't really need...so I haven't got an inch to spare for batteries!
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Anybody out there know if someone makes a battery case that DOESN'T require you to have a specific number of each specific size battery - that is to say has resizable compartments rather than 6 D slots, 8 C slots, 20 AA slots, etc.?
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Dead - back to full price
Still shows as $14.99 for me.
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1/11 @ 11:50am EST back to discounted price.
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Just ordered one. Deal not dead as of 6:22PM 1/11.
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