I'm a one-man electronic waste generator
It started when I wanted to check my blood pressure and I wasn't sure the tester batteries were fully charged. So I went looking for the voltage adaptor unit that came with my unit. OF COURSE I found all these other adaptors first!
And this isn't the whole crop -- there are 12 others that are still plugged in and working. What baffled me was I have had a clean-out in the past year or so, and I thought their numbers were reduced. Do they breed, like clothes hangers, when you are not watching them???
I decided to mark the voltage in large white numbers so I wouldn't need a bright light and flashlight to see the voltage rating of the adaptor.
Now, should I put them back in the drawer and have this feeling of impotent fury another time, or rather dump them all in the recycling bin at the local Goodwill store?
PS - actually this turned out to be quite soothing and a satisfactory exercise - my blood pressure was lower when I checked it on the adaptor than earlier with the batteries - what does that mean?