Identify This No. 170 by netkonnexion

Identify This No. 170

Another black and meaningful metal object - what is this and what does it do?

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It was a batter box for spare batteries. If you counted there were six compartments - so not a pill carrier then. And it had two strange shaped recepticals - for nine volt batteries. The rest were AA battery slots.

Honourable mentions...
Miley - It's an empty box Net says:-->> Nope, it has air in it! LOL.

Peter de Graaff - Medication holder Net says:-->> Nope! See above logical proof!

Brandie - cassette tape! Net says:-->> Wow! I really want to see your casset player! LOL

Alison Bailey - My first thought was a tabs. dosage thingy. Maybe this is a container for just one day's worth? Net says:-->> More reasonable, but... er... umm... Nope!

Miley - Some sort of cartridge for something. I hate these, I swear I've seen one before, but I'm no clue what it is! Net says:-->> Yes! you are right! You have not got a clue. LOL

karenann - I want to see a better (more clear) photo of this! Since I won't get that . . I'll go with pill holder. Just give me the loser of the day award now and get it over with. :) Net says:-->> NOPE! And NOPE! LOL. You know what it is now though!
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Paula Cook-Farkas - By golly! I think you've done it! You've made the inter-dimensional Tripodification translocational view splandilizer with phase-transition power connection eephusification! Or not... ;) Net says:-->> Well nearly, this was an early attempt at the casing! LOL. But unfortunately the tranlocational view splandilizer part actually 'disponded' in there because ultra-violet can pass through the clear plastic. So, scuppered! LOL. A Doohicky award! Yeeee haaas!

mittens (Marilyn) - A doll house (heehee). I have no idea. Net says:-->> Very small doll house! LOL.

Paula Brumbe - It is a bar coded sticker attached to a clear plastic sectional holder of important things. @aj1268 come on, I just switched to an opiate based pain killer, my mind cannot even wrap around the word inter. but I like all the really big words strung together. Net says:-->> Gotta say, the bar coded bit is not that important really! The big and important part is the batteries that are not in there at the moment! LOL.

Marilyn Wigen - I'm going to say NOT a pill holder, but that's as close as I can get! :) Net says:-->> Closer than the others then, but still no where near! LOL.
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Sue Wilde - This is quite obviously a doll's house with a Snow White doll inside. I can easily see each wee room, completely furnished. Net says:-->> Wow, whois on something at the moment! Hands up! You got me there, all I can't see in that box is air. LOL>

Diana Moss - It looks like a series of room plans ? Net says:-->> Oooops! No, but a Doohicky Award! Yaahy!

Nancy Holte - Well, clearly this is the 2012 version of a shadow box. Net says:-->> Ya got me there. A shadow box? [Buries head in hands and sighs] LOL

Well, I think I got you all with that one. It was difficult. Great tries there... Keep it up!

Thanks for coming by and making comments. I love them all! See ya!
The underside of a hole punch.
January 27th, 2012  
I agree, hole punch but Brandie beat me to it!!!
January 27th, 2012  
Oh it is the ever rare tool that I tried to throw across the office because it was not taking the appropriate circular bits of paper out of my important papers I was going to put in a binder.
January 27th, 2012  
I agree as well.
January 27th, 2012  
This is obviously a confetti maker. Used to create huge mess on my office carpet.
January 27th, 2012  
yep a punch to make little holes in the paper.
January 27th, 2012  
Oh, dear, late as ever - yes, I would have gone with hole punch as well.
(You can buy boxes especially designed for storing batteries? Blimey!)
January 27th, 2012  
@dulciknit - actually the box came with a battery charger. So it is used to store the charged batteries after charging until used. I use it for keeping my charged batteries for my speedlight flash units.
January 27th, 2012  
Looks like the hing and spring on a hole punch.
January 27th, 2012  
Yes, I agree looks like the under side of a paper hole punch.
January 27th, 2012  
Its a hole puncher - for filing purposes.
January 27th, 2012  
Aw, everyone beat me to it.
January 27th, 2012  
that is so funny..i was going to say the underside of the Jack to lift the car up....oh well, i was going to be wrong anyway.
January 27th, 2012  
Looks like a paper punch. Interesting shot.
January 27th, 2012  
Inside a clock?
January 27th, 2012  
Definitely a hole punch :o) xx
January 27th, 2012  
I will have to agree with the paper punch group. I work at FedEx Office (Kinkos) so I handle those daily, fixing what customers mess up. So it was easy for me (that is if I am correct).
January 27th, 2012  
No idea! Hole punch...?
January 27th, 2012  
A hinge?
January 28th, 2012  
A metal object that when used properly it can make one heck of a self defense weapon.
January 29th, 2012  
Holey office gadgets! I'd be lost without this at work! Or maybe I should office gadget!
January 31st, 2012  
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