View Full Version : Review AA 12pack battery caddy

12-13-2012, 8:47 AM
It works,its cheap and it holds my batteries together in one place. Whats not to like about it? Can be found on amazon. (http://www.amazon.com/Storacell-Powerpax-Battery-Caddy-Yellow/dp/B004YG7JXW)



12-13-2012, 10:37 AM
+1 on these, I keep one of these multi units in the Van - Holds 12 AA, 4 AAA, 2 C, & 1 9V battery


Then AA, AAA, and CR-123 battery caddies in the GHB & BOB.

I tried some other styles but none were as solid as the storacell units.

Adorama has a good selection including CR-123 (http://www.adorama.com/BYPPSL123BK.html) - the photogs have some cool gear.

12-15-2012, 4:28 AM
I like the idea but can`t you just keep them in the package they came in? It has always worked for me.

12-15-2012, 5:26 AM
It's nice if you buy in bulk packs! I never knew they made these...gonna put my order in! :thumbsup:

12-15-2012, 7:08 AM
I keep my bunch of batteries in a sealed aloksak in my bag. Never got into the caddies.

I have asked this group why a few times but no one answers.

For those that are interested found this on Amazon - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007OSD9UO/

12-15-2012, 8:44 AM
Since most of my batteries are Eneloop, I just keep them in the plastic carriers they come in. :tank:

12-17-2012, 6:28 AM
The 10 packs come with two extra batts not in a case.

Still not sure how cases are better than waterproff baggies though. Thoughts, comments?

12-17-2012, 10:30 AM
Like someone said, you can id the used rechargeable batteries by putting them upside down. they don't rattle. they don't roll around and a zip lock doesn't work for everyone.

I have ziplock s with batts in my bag and they're annoying and take up space and slow. my bag looks like a sack lunch I have so many in there LOL

plus my baggies get worn through use/abrasion and I hate digging through gear for loose batts.

it works in some cases not in others. I just think its kinda cool really.

I had those clamshell cases. I think they popped open. at any rate they were trashed.

12-17-2012, 11:14 AM
Another thing you can do is to vacuum seal batteries into a bag. The sealed bags holds the bags tight, dry, and the batteries safe.

Works for me.