AA Battery Organizer Dispenser // Holder Storage of Batteries for Toys // Get Organized


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Get Organized!!

Get rid of those cardboard battery packages where you have to dig to get the batteries out, because let's face it, the hole that is built in to the packaging does not allow a battery to come out without destroying it!

This battery organizer holds 12 AA batteries. Put the oldest in first at the top and it will drop down to the bottom where you can easily remove batteries when needed. Its compact design gives you some space back and keeps your area neat!

The battery organizer is 3D printed using bio-degradable PLA plastic in Saratoga Springs, NY.

Measures 2.25 inches wide x 3.65 inches deep x 3 inches tall.

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3D printed items are not heat-resistant. Although PLA plastic can withstand temperatures up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (60 Celsius), it can become soft if put in dishwasher, hot water, or even left in a car on a warm day.

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