When the UPS truck comes down my street, there’s a 99% chance it will stop at my house. 🤦♀️ I know I’m not alone, we’ve all been shopping online a lot more in the last year!
I must point out the thing that my husband Matt says is his FAVORITE thing I’ve purchased in the last year. This battery organizer. (At least he’s easy to please, lol.) It comes in 4 colors!
His favorite part? The battery tester that is built right in. That’s a huge deal to him, because though he already had a battery tester, he keeps it with his tools and we never thought to put it WITH the batteries. Um, too much common sense happening here.
This battery organizer is simple and does just what you want to do. It’s this adorable little briefcase-looking thing that has two sides. One side has an assortment of slots for different size batteries. The other side is all about the AA Battery.
Side one – the variety side:
Side two – the AA Battery side:
Whoever designed this took their time and it really is perfect. That holds 52 x AA batteries, which is more than one of those mega packs includes. It holds a lot.
I’ve organized my batteries in different ways through the years, but I went looking for something to do the job with a slim profile like this to fit where I want it to go. I’m so glad I did!!!
Do you see how it is about the same thickness as a Yankee candle! This thing can fit so many places.
I know, I know, all this buzz about a battery organizer, but seriously, sometimes it’s the simple things that can bring us the most joy.
Don’t tell, but I’m totally getting one for my dad for Father’s day. He doesn’t read the blog, so I’m pretty sure that secret is safe! Ha! But my mom reads the blog, so mom, help me keep the surprise. 😜
Obviously, I really think you need this battery organizer in your life! You’re welcome in advance.
From my home to yours,
Hi Mary –
This is a very cool battery organizer – particularly with the built in voltage tester. My question, what do you do with your rechargeable batteries?
We use rechargeable batteries whenever possible. So all those AA or AAA that seem to be used the most, are rechargeable. I’ve tried to use various containers to separate the charged from the needing to be charged but inevitably they become mixed up or people put them down by the charger and not in the correct container.
What a brilliant idea to keep the voltage meter with the batteries! That would take care of some of the problem.
I’m sorry, I know you might judge me for this, but we don’t really do many re-chargeable batteries, so I don’t have personal experience with the right storage container for what you’ve got. From my experience in the past, each is different with different size chargers, etc., so it may be harder to find something uniform to store it in. Maybe just a simple container with a lid for the chargers and some kind of divider container for the batteries themselves?
On each side where the tester is located, there is a slot for D, C, 9-V, AA, AAA batteries. If I only used rechargeable batteries, I would label one side as “Charged” and the other side as “Need To Be Charged”. Family members could easily return and pick up needed batteries.
I Just ordered for my hubby for Valentines. Hope you loves it like yours did.
I hope he loves it too! It’s definitely the kind of practical thing my husband loves as gifts, so I think there’s a good chance!