Keep it organized with the Battery Clip

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Gear needs juice. Whether you need to maintain your optics, your laser sighting systems, your comms or just your remote controls, you’ve got to have batteries.

Batteries are a day-to-day necessity and practically everyone’ lost time digging through shelves, packs, drawers and pockets for replacements — we know how frustrating and precious these little buggers can be.

Enter the Battery Clip. These little wonders store up to 10 batteries, depending on their size, in a completely safe, easy-to-access unit. They work like single-stack magazines, storing cells like cartridges, feeding them one at a time.

As an added bonus Battery Clips store batteries with their terminals safely arranged and inaccessible. As rare as it is, keeping batteries loose is asking for trouble, whether that’s in a gear kit or junk drawer in the kitchen. Worst-case scenario they’re a fire hazard and more realistically that’s a great way to drain their charge and make a chemical mess of things.

Currently the Battery Clip is offered in AA/AAA and 9mm — er, 9 volt — “calibers,” with CR123 to follow. Battery clips can be stored in mag carriers and are designed to be smooth-sided and snag free for any carry or storage methods.

Battery Clips feature a battery-safe polymer construction and run just $25. Everyone and their mother can use a Battery Clip and these would make a great gift for anyone. Mother’s Day is coming up. Does your mom need a Battery Clip?

If you think you can put a Battery Clip to task or want more details, head over to the Battery Clip website.

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