Mophie or anyother power pack

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by OfficialMiguelN, Mar 26, 2015.

  1. OfficialMiguelN macrumors newbie

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    I just recently got myself a Mophie and i couldnt live without this thing now. I'm a native new yorker and there is never an outlet around lol. I didnt get the case version because i know the tech will change i went pretty smart on this end and got a The Powerstation XL 12,000 mAh battery. i always have a back pak or messenger bag so the weight doesnt bother me and i got a 10foot lightning cable so im well off. So if there is anyone else out there using an on the go battery i wanna see what else is everyone using. would be cool i think
     
  2. Lukkee24 macrumors 6502

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    I use the Mophie Power Reverse, which is smaller and therefore more portable. So it's always in my pocket ready for when/if I need it! Despite being small it charges up my iPhone (5s) to around 90% if I remember correctly. I don't rely on these as much as I had to when I had a 4s though.
     
  3. zorinlynx macrumors 601

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    I'm using a little Zimri 3000mAH thing. It was only $25 when I got it and it's taken me through many trips.

    Mophie DOES make good stuff, but it's somewhat overpriced; if you're buying just a power pack (and not a case) there are better bang-for-your-buck options out there. For battery cases though, I do recommend Mophie as the quality is above average for the cases.

    12,000mAH would be overkill for me, but I'm glad you like your new power pack! Enjoy. :)
     
  4. OfficialMiguelN thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Nice team mophie

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    I think i know what you are talking about those things are becoming mega popluar out here in NYC so far i see them everywhere. enjoy as well

    thanks for the reply
     

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