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did somebody trie it ?
is it a good buy ?
 
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17 5-star reviews. that's nice, anyone has already ordered the battery? any user experience?
 
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cool, thanks.

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Does anyone have the "Seidio Innocell 1600 mAh Extended Battery"?
I found mixed reviews here:
http://www.mobilefun.co.uk/24215-Sei...ws.htm#reviews
 
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After reading all the good reviews on the Mugen 3200mAh, I ordered it. Got speedpost delivery cos I need it asap. Hopefully it won't dissapoint $97 in total including speedpost delivery. But hopefully it will be worth it, I stopped my spotify subscription to balance the costs. :P
 
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May be you should review it and let all of us know the results.

Fingers crossed.
 
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bought this http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1306383648...#ht_2193wt_831
its actually a 1450mAh battery , but you need to peel back the label to find out
 
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In my opinion only original or Mugen batteries
I totally agree, though for HTC Desire HD i ve only found 1500mAh
http://www.mugen-power-batteries.com...ank-001ht.html
I wonder if they have bigger one.
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I totally agree, though for HTC Desire HD i ve only found 1500mAh
http://www.mugen-power-batteries.com...ank-001ht.html
I wonder if they have bigger one.
Well, they only have one for HTC Desire Z for 3600mAh [HLI-DesireZXL]
 
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Seems to me it would be best to carry around some external battery like the Energizer XP2000 or similar. It is lightweight and it adds enough juice when electric plug is not around (bus, hike, etc.).

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