I bought a small tupperware type dish that I put them in. Then I store that in one of those plastic multi drawer storage bins you can get a Walmart (what I call the college dresser). The top of my storage bin is my charging station. One of the things I do is number each battery. That way if one is performing different or charging different, it does not get lost in the shuffle.I have several of the tupperware dishes in the drawer. They are for different battery types. I also label the dishes for batteries that are charged and those that need to be charged.
I have several plastic cases that have come with various batteries. They hold 2 x 18650 or 4 x CR123. I also like storacell holders.18650 Battery Store sells all different types of cases for fairly cheap.
Thanks for this. They do seem like the logical way to store cells. I have 12 18650 bats at the moment, but it will quickly grow. Would they sit safely in wood? I’ve thought about getting a block of wood, staining and boring out slots to fit them. I just don’t know what they might react to, other than metal.
Oh, I meant to ask this earlier of those a bit wiser in the use and care of Lithium ion batteries. I have a few Otterbox type airtight containers. Is it ok to keep these type of batteries in that kind of box? I just don't want to do anything dangerous and I am a bit new to all this.