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@alicedee. I checked amazon first. A similar but different one is $22.99 but not as organized and holds less batteries. Granted that’s a lot of batteries but I have a lot of things they need batteries and keeping them organized is something that appeals to me.
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@homedecorator. That makes no sense that some batteries won’t fit. If they don’t have the item how would they know that
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I have the older, smaller version which works well for me.  I really don't need the larger capacity that this newer version offers.  But I love having my batteries all organized and in plain view of what I might need to order.  And I also like the idea that the batteries aren't touching each other, but are kept upright.  Great products!

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We have two battery organizers hanging on the wall in the garage.  I prefer the ones that you can hang up.  The organizers never get misplaced, and I don't have to dig them out of a closet or wonder where I stored them..  It is also easy to see which size we need to get more of, so we never run out. 

 

 

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We still use a drawer, but we buy AA's and AAA's in bulk and just leave them in the packaging.  My husband nearly had a cow at the price.  He said he could take a piece of wood and just drill holes in it.  He was happy that I was fine with the drawer.  

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I received yesterday the 3 I ordered.  It is true that  AA's won't fit flat in the slots on the back side.. The slots are not long enough. You can possibly close the cover with a few AA batteries.  Although the cover will not be flat and will bulge.  You fill it up and there is no way it will close.  This is a defective product unfortunately.  I am returning them.

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@Krimpette wrote:

I have the older, smaller version which works well for me.  I really don't need the larger capacity that this newer version offers.  But I love having my batteries all organized and in plain view of what I might need to order.  And I also like the idea that the batteries aren't touching each other, but are kept upright.  Great products!

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          I do too and am so happy that I have it.  But
that older version and the newer one do not have enough spaces for C and D batteries.

         Why so many spaces for the A's??  My battery items use all the sizes, so I try to have back up batteries for all. I still have to find somewhere to put the extra C and D's...lock and lock.


 

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@Cookie25 wrote:

I received yesterday the 3 I ordered.  It is true that  AA's won't fit flat in the slots on the back side.. The slots are not long enough. You can possibly close the cover with a few AA batteries.  Although the cover will not be flat and will bulge.  You fill it up and there is no way it will close.  This is a defective product unfortunately.  I am returning them.


Wow. There’s going to be a lot of returns.   I didn’t order it but I liked the concept of it. I just don’t need a battery organizer that big.  I would like one that holds about half that amount of batteries. 

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All options are on WL.  It doesn't hold the 18650 size battery and I use those a lot.

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@lousgirl  They were comments made by people that ordered early and had already received the item. The comments about batteries not fitting are in the question/ answer section under the product description. I was only referring to what I read.