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Old 08-03-2006, 11:16 AM
Diverman Diverman is offline
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Default Battery Storage

Hi All,

I have a couple of sets of rechargeable batteries that I use for my detector (Ace 250) and I always wondered how I can store them. Well, I was playing around with some old altoid tins I had laying around. One tin holds 4 AA and a 9 volt perfectly. Now because the tins are metalic (hence conductive), I insulated the inside of the tin with duct tape (for the larger surface areas) and electrical tape for the sides. Seems to be a perfect match and storage possibility.

DMan

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