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Battery Organizer with Removable Tester

By: on February 28, 2015
$19.99
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TV remotes, console controllers, and flashlights, oh...crap. I thought I had 4 more AA batteries somewhere in here. Amidst the cords and paper clips and eyeglass repair kits and, oh hey, here's my Mr. Spock action figure from childhood! (RIP, Mr. Nimoy.)

Range Kleen's battery organizer with removable tester attacks the madness of your mess drawer with slots for D, C, AA, AAA, and 9V batteries all lined up and stacked just like Sgt. Energizer Bunny ordered. The organizer holds up to 82 batteries, plus includes a removable battery tester for determining whether or not the dollar store specials you got 3 years ago still have enough juice to power that vibrator. Wait, did I say vibrator? I meant garage door opener.

The battery organizer measures approximately 12" x 12" x 1-4/5" and can be wall mounted or stored in a drawer.

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