“I bought a couple of these to hold all my eneloops. I previously used the small plastic clamshell containers that hold 4 batteries each, but when dealing with multiple batteries in multiple locations it can be difficult to keep everything in line in regards to batteries fresh out of the charger and those that are next in line for use.  These holders remedy that by holding 12 batteries at once. Build quality is excellent. The plastic used is very thick, and not brittle at all, so no worries about them cracking or falling apart. Batteries fit very snugly and don’t fall out when shaking, but are easily removed simply by pressing up from the bottom.”


“Great battery holder, fits multiple different brands of rechargeable and single use batteries without any trouble at all. I had no issues with it scratching the batteries or scraping off labels. Perfect for carrying a lot of power with you.

I keep my charged vs discharged batteries separate by having the positive side(with the bump) outwards on charged batteries, and the flat side(negative) outwards on discharged batteries. Important to carry out discharged batteries for recharging or recycling, as applicable.”


“If you like to keep organize & know which batteries are new or used, this is a good way to organize!  The build is okay and fits all of my AA batteries of all types, Alkaline, Rechargeable, Lithium no size issue for it at all. If your constantly on the go, this works out so well keeping them all together making it easy to find, and know which ones are used by leaving them out or keeping the old and use together by flipping the used battery the other way. Its still functional!

If you have store them in drawers or cabinets its helps to keep them just as organized. I purchased this for taking it on the go. Easy to replace my flash batteries, no need to search for individual loose batteries, and lets me know how many I have left to go. It’s a good build. Haven’t dropped them yet but they work well.”


“These are awesome! Good way to keep your batteries organized and from shorting out on metal things if you carry them in a bag. I’ve recently switched to rechargeable AA and AAA’s and couldn’t be happier. These must be made fro the finest imported plastics available, they look to be solidly made and not likely to break anytime soon under normal use.”


“I had never seen one of these before I bought it. I had always used either rubber bands, tape, or cut down Ziplock bags to store my batteries in before. Now that I have these battery caddies, I am never going back! You can carry them in your EDC bag and due to the bright color, you can find your spare batteries pretty easy, and you don’t have to look for the one that got away. They hold the batteries securely and they are easy to put your batteries in and it’s easy to remove the batteries when you need them. They are an extremely convenient way to carry spare batteries. I will be getting more. I may even get some for stocking suffers for the December Holidays (got to be politically correct) for my friends.”


“I’ve been using these for years, in several different sizes, they’re still the best way to manage multiple cells in a secure, compact fashion. My older ones used a small tab to retain the cells, I had a few of them break; this new design, though, uses a much large horizontal tab to retain the cells, and it’s at least 10x stronger than the old design.”


“The plastic is hard and thick enough to be solid, yet flexible enough that it accommodates slight diameter variations between AA batteries of different makes and to allow for each small tab that holds the battery in place to be both big enough and easy enough to overcome when inserting and removing batteries.
I use multiple brands of mostly rechargeable batteries (most prominently Sanyo eneloops, Energizer and Duracell) and all of them fit well.

I do flash photography a lot and that means 12 batteries per flash (4 in the flash, 8 in the external power pack) so this size is perfect. One for the spares of each flash, plus another one for two spare sets for the camera AA tray.

I found a description of this battery holder in Syl Arena’s Speedliter’s Handbook and I am glad I followed the advice.”


“I like these a lot. I am a photographer and I now have a way to organize the batteries! At less than $6, it is a no brainer. Good quality, design, and fast shipping from Storacell.”


“I was tired of using baggies and rubber bands. These hold batteries secure and together. Will probably load these into a plastic case. I bought two 12 AA carriers. one 6 AAA carrier, and one 123A carrier. Covers all of my needs.” – Caprae

“Awesome battery holder for 12 AA batteries (mainly use as back up to my Canon Speedlite [4 AA] and Battery Pack [8 AA]). Well designed. Much better than those battery storage cases [4 AA or 4 AAA + 1 AA] I’ve purchased.” – John

“So simple, so wonderful.  Don’t think, just buy unless you like fishing around in your battery bucket/drawer. Meanwhile, I’ve got the ability to dispense batteries faster than you could believe.
Use it for hiking, use it for photography(my main use, need batteries for my strobes and best of all no clanking noise while I’m moving around), use it for your obsessive need to organize, just use it!” – Eric

“These silly little battery caddies are absolutely indispensable. As a photographer, everything I own has rechargeable batteries and I’m constantly swapping in fresh batteries and ejecting used batteries. Being able to take fresh batteries out right-side up and put used batteries back upside down is simplistically genius. Fill this bad boy of battery organization with Panasonic Eneloops and you’re good to go.” – Matthew


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