Greetings! In the past I've always gone with Mophie battery cases for my iPhones; my last case was the Space Pack, which combined flash storage with the battery case. The Mophie cases are expensive, though, and I've always had issues with the battery in the case seemingly fizzling out within a year (although to their credit, Mophie help up their end of the warranty bargain). More worrisome is the fact that with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, we don't have a headphone jack. Lightning pass-through is possible, but Mophie's iPhone 7/7 Plus cases continue to use MicroUSB as their connector. While scouring the internet for alternatives, I came across an interesting design made by Kuner, the Kukecase. The model I linked to is a lot cheaper than Mophie's offering, and impressively, it allows you to insert an SD card for case-based storage (which differs from Mophie's approach with the Space Pack, where the storage capacity is built into the case). It also seems to have Lightning pass-through. The only downside, as far as I can tell, is that they're a Chinese company and not very well-known. My concern would be that the case may not function as intended, or would have poor support if something goes wrong. The only thing I could find on this forum was a thread detailing this case for iPhone 6 and 6S. The few posters there seemed pleased with the case. So, the question: is anyone using this case? Has anyone heard anything about this case? I'm interested in hearing about it.