Button Cell Storage Container?

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  1. Sharaz_Jek

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    I've got a bunch of loose 2032 3v button cells loose and you can't just put them back in the package. I'm sure I'm not the only one who has this problem.

    I can't find much product out there for the job. I use a lot of 357 cells too. Would be nice to find something that was designed to store them for my work bag.... my tool box... my range bag.... etc. I'm up for DIY ideas too. If I had a sewing machine I could modify a cheap nylon wallet. This is one of those things that drive me crazy.
     
  2. Frankenstein

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    I use coin rolls for the 2032,2025.
    You could possibly empty out a Chapstick tube or similar for those smaller buttons but I haven't tried it. If you use the coin rolls make sure to tape the batteries do they don't contact and discharge when stored I use painters tape but I'm sure scotch tape would work also
     
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    I usually keep mine in tiny individual ziplocks that fit one battery per, insulating them from discharge. Then I put a stack of them into a small tin like an altoids mini tin labeled with the type of batteries that tin holds.

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