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We’re willing to bet you have a bunch of loose batteries hanging around — we all do. They’re in random junk drawers, under couch cushions and hidden away in cabinets. They’re everywhere, but mysteriously go missing just when you need one. And when you do magically find a D or 9-volt, it’s been dead longer than disco.
However, we found a genius gadget that organizes and tests batteries, keeping them all together — nice and neat. It’s the Battery Pro Organizer and Tester and it’s only $20 at HSN.
Even sweeter: If you’d rather not plunk down $20 all at once, you can pay in three ‘FlexPay’ installments of $7, interest-free.
The organizer — or, as we like to call it, sanity saver — holds up to 100 batteries, including AA, AAA, 9-Volt, C, D and more. It even has a compartment for small cell batteries — the kind you use for watches and digital thermometers. Choose from three colors: black, mint and red.
“I didn’t realize the mess our batteries were in until we got this organizer,” shared a five-star reviewer. “By the time this arrived we discovered we had more batteries opened than would fit in the organizer, but it’s so much better now. We may have to order another one.”
You know how annoying it is to find a battery and then realize it’s out of juice? Never again. This organizer tests batteries too. The built-in toggle will tell you if the battery is good (green) or if it needs to be replaced (red). See this baby in action here!
At just $20, the Battery Pro Organizer and Tester is one of the best ways to keep, store and monitor your collection. “Organization is not my strong point, but I love the Battery Pro Organizer and Tester,” raved a satisfied HSN shopper. “My family no longer rummages through the junk drawer to find batteries...No more junk drawer jumble...”
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