A single use D cell battery has the nominal output voltage of 1.5 volts batteries, known as NiCd and NiMH have a nominal voltage of 1.2 volts. Interestingly enough the terminal voltage of a D cell battery is the same as a C, AA, or AAA but they can store additional energy and thus can supply current longer.
This episode shows one way to start a fire using D Cell batteries, fine grade steel wool, and some dryer lint. Also has a cat. Don't forget to clean out the lint trap on your dryer, as this stuff is highly flammable.
The Salt And Power D Cell Battery Shakers is a cute device for your kitchen, as it name both device is using to store your salt and pepper. The Salt And Power D Cell Battery Shakers device are come in one pair that just look like a D Cell Batteries. One of it side has a salt and pepper indicator that allow you for easy checking the content of salt and pepper.
Dry cell batteries are used to power a variety of different items. Small dry cell batteries may be used to power watches and calculators, while larger ones (for example, size "D" batteries) can be used in items such as flashlights.