1. sulcopete's Avatar
    Anyone know of, or come across a case to carry a spare JM 1 battery in? I've been using miniature plastic zip-lock baggies, but they get tired pretty quickly. I want to keep the battery contacts as clean as possible and give the battery some protection from bending...a little hard plastic case would be perfect!
    02-20-12 08:23 AM
  2. Ben1232's Avatar
    I haven't had any problems keeping my spare battery in my wallet. I take my wallet every where when I go out so i also don't forget the spare.
    02-20-12 08:44 AM
  3. adamrollins's Avatar
    Mine is also in my wallet.
    02-20-12 08:49 AM
  4. ljcn's Avatar
    The official RIM desktop battery charger is designed to unplug and be used as a carrying case for your (now fully charged) JM-1 battery. Not that I've ever used it that way, but that's what the blurb says.
    02-20-12 10:40 AM
  5. underway99's Avatar
    I carry mine in a leather business card case opposite my cards.

    The best thing about it is that I don't forget my business cards now!
    02-20-12 10:46 AM
  6. andrewknight's Avatar
    How about PS1 memory card cases? I don't have one to hand but iirc they would be about right.
    02-20-12 12:21 PM
  7. Rootbrian's Avatar
    You could use an old holster, an extra one that is, to hold the battery in. Just make sure to put the foam separator between to keep it held snug.

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    02-20-12 01:55 PM
  8. eve6er69's Avatar
    you may not need the extra battery cable or battery but i use this.

    the holder charges the battery also. the kit comes with the extra battery too
    02-20-12 02:12 PM
  9. aliencds's Avatar
    02-21-12 01:52 AM
  10. hoppyjr's Avatar
    I'm using tiny ziplock bags too and they work great for me. If it helps anyone else, I found some really small ziploc bags in the pharmacy department of the store (Rite Aid) and they are designed to hold pills. They are about $2 for 30 bags or so and they last me a few weeks of pocket carry, so it's a cheap solution to protect the battery.

    As for the original question by Solcopete; I've also used one of those small "coin case" things in the past. I'm talking about the kind where it's leather and you squeeze the top to open it. I carried a couple of spare batteries, my small EDC flashlight, and some Aleve in it and all fit well.
    02-21-12 02:46 AM