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31st July 2013, 05:42 AM |#41  
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Can't get hold of the Laza battery here in the UK, but a similar shaped one is available:

Anyone think buying that is a bad idea?

Also, can anyone recommend a pouch style case for such a design?

Thanks.

Same question here. I'd like to put my evo into a pouch, but with a thing like that sticking out that seems rather unfeasable. Any ideas?
 
 
8th August 2013, 09:15 PM |#42  
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Prompt extended batteries
i haven't had good luck with extended batteries with my evo 4g... now i have the 3vo... wondering if i should give them another go?
9th September 2013, 02:04 PM |#43  
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Same question here. I'd like to put my evo into a pouch, but with a thing like that sticking out that seems rather unfeasable. Any ideas?

This fits: http://www.tesco.com/direct/tortoise...n/416-1180.prd I managed to try on in Tesco instore, but I'd really like a neoprene one, as it would be easier to slide in and out of pocket.
28th October 2013, 06:21 PM |#44  
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What about power draw when charging?
Has anyone here tried to charge their phone with a car charger while having one of these batteries installed? I've tried two different ones, one from RavPower and one from Seidio, and both of them caused my car charger plug to heat up so badly it started stinking up the car. Touching the plug could cause burns if you held onto it. I was lucky a fire didn't start. It was NOT the phone. I switched back to an OEM battery and it was fine. I also tried a different car charger and the same problem happened with the extended batteries. Charging from my laptop or from a wall outlet didn't seem to be a problem, although I have to wonder if there is still an issue.
15th November 2013, 09:30 AM |#45  
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is there anywhere in the UK I can get one of these? looking for a decent battery that isn't going to be worse than the stock after a month
5th December 2013, 02:07 AM |#46  
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I got a great buy on a Platinum 2X extended battery for my EVO 3d. I have had it 9 months, and it works great and easily gives me double the life of the original. I use it on coast to coast flights to watch movies. I still have 40% battery when I arrive after 5 hours.I bought mine for $12, but now they are going for about $25.
26th June 2014, 01:31 AM |#47  
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Looking for a reliable extended battery.
Difficult to get any here in the UK.
They stopped selling the handset early the few I have had on eBay have become rubbish and quickly.
The last one was great 3 weeks later the battery drains for no reason quickly 30% while the screen is on with little use over 1 hour.... So I'm back to my stock for now.

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28th June 2014, 07:17 AM |#48  
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I have a 3500 ma battery it last 10 hours of hard use a lot better than stock though

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7th August 2014, 10:15 PM |#49  
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I purchased this

http://www.amazon.com/3500-mAh-Exten...tended+battery

About a week ago, holding up really well after a couple deep discharge cycles. My phone has went from lasting me 6 or less hours on the old battery to about 2 days with moderate use, and a day on very heavy use. Going from about 1 hr 15~ mins screen on time with moderate-heavy use to 3 hours 30 mins+ with moderate-heavy use. And 1 hr 45 mins screen on time with light use to pushing 5-6 hours screen on time with minimal use. Absolutely insane. And unrelated but I also purchased a 10,000 MaH battery bank and that's working great as well, overall happy with my purchases so far
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