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2200mAh Backup Battery Cover Charger Case For Samsung Galaxy S2 i9100 Black

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I wanted to share with you this Battery case that I use
It fit's perfectly the phone, it's resistent.
It has a 2200 mA batttery and a button to turn it on or off.
It also has 4 blue leds to show how much you have left of the battery.

Ebay search link OR Use these keywords in the search form of ebay Backup Battery Cover Galaxy S2 and set location to worldwide

OR go here -> acetoys.eu <- [thanks to daspondicious1 for the info] - ships from UK

co0kie who also ordered this case has made this great review
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A little more information would be nice. For instance how long does it last?
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A little more information would be nice. For instance how long does it last?
It did a full recharge and I still had left 1 leds on.. Now I'm uploading some photos I did to it and with the GSII with the case
 
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Here are some pictures I took to the case..
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Look's nice.
 
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Look's nice.
It's not that bad looking, and the most important it is useful
 
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I bought a similar case from DX and it seems to be quite useful...though makes the phone very bulky.
 
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I bought a similar case from DX and it seems to be quite useful...though makes the phone very bulky.
Yep.. it's a bit bulky but to me it's even more ergonomic to hold the phone.. specially in landscape
 
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So by the looks of this photo, it gives you an ADDITIONAL battery contained in this case. So does this effectively give you a 1650mAh + 2200mAh = 3850mAh battery ?
 
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So by the looks of this photo, it gives you an ADDITIONAL battery contained in this case. So does this effectively give you a 1650mAh + 2200mAh = 3850mAh battery ?
Yep.. If the phone is fully charged and I also turn on the case it won't consume the energy of the phone.. running on the battery of the case.. and when that's empty the battery of the phone kicks in..
When you don't use the phone and you turn on the case it will recharge the phone. When recharge completed the case auto turns off..

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