iPhone 5 Battery case Review: Protect Your Precious with the Best iPhone 5 Battery case

The iPhone battery cases are designed to keep your device protected from scratches and if possibly even more damaging risks.

Best iPhone 5 Battery Case

iPhone 5 Battery case is a solution that promises to double or triple the hours you are currently getting on a single charge..

Where To Buy iPhone 5 Battery Cases

So, how do you know which iPhone 5 Battery case to buy?

Top iPhone 5 Battery case Reviews

Getting the most out of your pricy iPhone 5 with a battery case is an investment that really pays off.

Meridian iPhone 5 Rechargeable Extended Battery Case

The iPhone 5 Battery case you’re planning to buy should also feature extensive battery life and give your smartphone some protection from scratches and scrapes.

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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Belkin Releases a New iPhone 5 Battery Case, the Grip Power

If your new iPhone 5 still doesn’t have its own battery case, you might want to start considering investing in such a power product. Over the past few months, accessory products for iPhone 5 have become all the rage, giving iPhone 5 owners the extra battery power needed to help them extend their app and web browsing usage to double or even triple of what the standard 1440 mAh is capable.

The design of today’s battery cases for iPhone 5 is quite varied and increasingly functional, as users want aesthetics similar to Apple, durability, increased protection and extra battery life. The latest to join the current day offer is the Grip Power battery case, developed by Belkin for iPhone 5. It comes with a shock-resistant outer shell, anti-glare camera ring and a powerful 2000 mAh battery.

“Smartphone users are becoming increasingly dependent on their devices, and Belkin’s new Grip Power Battery Case for iPhone 5 provides the perfect solution for people who are constantly using their iPhone for apps, videos and browsing the web” reads a press release by Christopher Bodmer, Belkin product manager.

For the moment there isn’t all that much information available for Belkin’s new iPhone 5 battery case. The product sells for $99.99, which makes it $30 cheaper than the main rival, the Mophie 2100 mAh case. There are four color themes available for the product: civic blue/stone, purple lightning/fountain blue, blacktop/gravel and whiteout/blacktop.

Belkin hasn’t released the product dimensions but from the looks of it, it’s not bulkier than similarly-priced products. Your iPhone 5 will be slid into the battery pack and into the in-built Lightning connector, whereas the second part of the case, the outer shock-resistant bumper keeps everything in place securely. To charge the case, you will have to use a micro-USB charging cable.

We’ll publish the review for the Belkin Grip Power battery case for iPhone 5 as soon as it gets delivered.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

MOTA Extended Battery Case for iPhone 5 Review: 2000 mAh for 10 Extra Hours of Web Browsing

As soon as you start the research for that iPhone 5 battery case purchase that will extend your usage time, you’ll notice the huge variety of product available is a bit confusing. We’ve been reviewing battery cases and external batteries and chargers for iPhone 5 for quite some time now and even we are overwhelmed by how many power accessories for this iPhone have been released in just a few months. We’ve recently stumbled upon an iPhone 5 battery case that has been selling quite impressively, although it’s not at the top of the list when it comes to popular and best advertised brands.

MOTA is an extended iPhone 5 battery case that aims to double the life of your iPhone 5 thanks to a 2000 mAh built-in battery. A full charge of your iPhone 5 gives you an extra 8 hours of talk time, 10 hours of web browsing time or 225 hours of standby time. It is 5 x 2.3 x 0.5 inches in dimensions and weights 2.1 ounces. The Mota battery case is priced at $89.95, and whereas it is $10 more than your average iPhone 5 battery case it does offer a better mAh capacity than most.

It comes with an USB micro port and cable, as well as a screen protector. The case doesn’t offer full protection, as it leaves the sides unprotected and although the case feels solid and looks durable it might not be a good idea to subject it to high impact drops. There’s also no protection offered for the front, that’s where the screen protector steps in. the case is also easy to remove and it will pop off when the iPhone is dropped.

For our MOTA Extended iPhone 5 battery case review, we’ve put together all the information we could find, including all consumer reviews we found via Amazon. Most people agree the Mota iPhone5 battery case is a solid product that charged their phones just as promised in the selling pitch. In terms of thickness, consumers concluded the Mota is about as thin as any other battery case, adding 7mm to the phone’s thickness. Overall aesthetics were rated as nice looking, the battery case being available in two color themes (black and silver) and buyers also noted that the case doesn’t reflect light into the camera lens. Some also noted that the on/off button placed on the case’s back is “very well designed”.

We recommend the Mota Extended iPhone5 battery case only when you're not planning to use your smartphone in situations where high impact falls could occur.


Thursday, May 9, 2013

MyCharge Freedom Series 2000 PowerCase Review: Sleek Silver Design and 9 Hours of Extra Talk Time

There are many battery cases for iPhone 5 that don’t stand out when it comes to design, but MyCharge Freedom Series 2000 PowerCase isn’t one of them. In fact, that silver-themed battery panel is so sleek it makes up for the $99.99 price alone, although there’s a lot more to this iPhone 5 battery case that catches the eye.

The Freedom Series 2000 was first showcased at CES 2013 and it immediately became a must-have for the fashion-forward iPhone 5 owner. It is one of the three models available in the Freedom series, along with a 1500 mAh battery pack that sells for $80 and a Samsung Galaxy S3 power product with a 2500 mAh battery that’s priced at $100. 

“Experience the highest level of innovation in portable charging cases – the perfect balance between protection, function and fashion” reads MyCharge’s product info on their website. And at least for once, we’re happy to see an iPhone 5 battery case with an in-built Apple Lightning Connector, 2000 mAh Lithium Polymer battery (that makes for 9 extra hours of talk) and elegant design.

The Freedom 2000 for iPhone 5 charges via an included USB to Micro-USB cable. The charging tether makes the connection between the Freedom PowerCase and your iPhone 5’s battery via one of the finest-looking designs we’ve seen so far.  When it’s fully charged all you have to do is press fit your iPhone 5 into the battery case and then press and hold the power button for 3 seconds to begin charging. There’s also a battery level check button. You’ll see the LED color change according to the energy level. Solid green means the device is fully charged, a flashing green indicates the power level is 71-99%, a flashing yellow stands for 41-70%, whereas a flashing red is 0-40%.

Later this month, MyCharge is expected to make available all of its Freedom Series power products and release the interchangeable outer shells too. For now, the Freedom Series 2000 mAh iPhone 5 battery case is available in two colors, black and silver, but we’re waiting impatiently for the multitude of colorful and decorated shells MyCharge has presented at CES 2013.

The Freedom 2000 will set you back $99.99, but just look at that silver battery case and tell me you don’t love it to death?!