Photographers and videographers using lots of batteries tend to organize a system to know which are good to use and which ones are kicked. I use plastic boxes that hold sets of 4 AA batteries and place the used ones with the top down, using as a guide a small icon of a battery on the box. It works… until I forget to place them the correct way.
I am proud of my solution, which I think is similar to the one used by many other photographers or videographers having to depend on batteries, and I know it works most of the time. But I always welcome new options, and that’s where the Rogue Indicator Battery Pouch comes in.
The pouch, made of the same heavy duty material used in the Rogue FlashBender series of reflectors and diffusers, represents a simple way to help manage and carry charged and depleted batteries. It has one advantage over the plastic boxes I use: it can take AA, but also bigger 9V batteries and the smaller AAA. It also can hold mirrorless camera batteries. With so many batteries, also of different types, we carry around, this is a versatile and welcome solution.
The pouch has two pockets and can hold 8x AA sized batteries, 12x AAA sized batteries, 4x 9V sized batteries or 2x Mirrorless camera batteries. Each pocket has a reversible green/red charge indicator card. Simply flip the card over from green to red when you return your used batteries to the pouch and you’re done.
With adjustable hook & loop straps that make it ideal for use in the field or in the home, it can hang from a stand or from your belt. With a price of $9.95 now, the durable Rogue Indicator Battery Pouch provides a simple way to help manage and carry your batteries.