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Two Battery Boxes for 4 Pcs AA or 4pcs AAA --- Batteries are NOT included!

Your Price: $1.59
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Product ID # 996
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5 to 20$1.54
21 to 50$1.51
51 to 100$1.47
101 or more$1.43
  • Flip-top cover. Avoid shorting the cells and easy to carry. 
  • Designed for 4 pcs AA or 4 pcs AAA, batteries
Dimensions (L x W x H)  63mm x 54mm x 22mm
Weight  2oz

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Product Reviews

(2 Ratings, 2 Reviews) Average Rating:
definitely purchase more products from Batteryspace
alexpro (Bellevue, WA) 7/3/2012 12:17 PM
This is a review for the BC1HU charger and various batteries from Batteryspace.com I have become a battery fan since my baby girl was born. Of course when everything around you runs of batteries you obviously need rechargeables. This is my second order from BatterySpace. The first time I ordered the 10000 mAh D size batteries to use with for my baby’s bouncer as alkalines die after about one month. I had tried using some 2900 mAh D batteries from Rayovac, but they turned out to be some AA in a D cell and did not last even as much as alkalines. Powerizer batteries lasted longer but not much more longer than I had expected and I began to wonder why. After doing some research I learned that Powerizer batteries have high capacity and cheaper chargers such as my Rayovac cannot charge them completely as they use smaller charging current and shut themselves off after 16 hours or so, and the battery is still full yet. Of course I could have kept charging them for about 3 days, but I decided to buy the BC1HU Computer-Controlled Universal Battery Charger. It can charge all nickel based batteries and can handle today’s high capacity products. The packet arrived on time and in very good condition. I checked and everything worked as expected. The only inconsistency I can find with the charger is with the charging current. On Batteryspace.com website it says that it is 820 mA for all batteries except AAA, however on the product manual and on the charger itself it says that the current is 700 mA. I believe that there’s a chip inside the charger that tells it how much to pump in the battery and the manufacturer updates only the chip itself to keep up with higher capacity. I guess they should update the manual at least. Anyway, I tested my D size batteries right away. I have two toys that take D batteries and I can tell you that they I am amazed what a difference it made, it has been over a month now of everyday use and they have not run out yet. It’s a charger one must have.
Excellent minimalistic case
allgoo19 (San Juan Capistrano, CA) 11/24/2010 11:07 PM
I love these cases(boxes, holders?). They are barely larger than the batteries it contains. The size is nice when the room in the bag or desk wherever you decide to keep them are limited. It's also handy to sort out batteries for different purposes(for example, by their ages or capacities), so that you can be sure that the batteries in the case perform nearly the same. Plastic feels a little flimsy but they haven't been broken on me yet. They are cheap enough, even if it breaks today, I already got the money's worth. I'll be happy to pay for the replacement. The snap lock can be better but not a major draw back, I can live with it.
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