Mophie Juice Pack Helium for iPhone 5 & 5S – Retail Packaging – Green Reviews

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Mophie Juice Pack Helium for iPhone 5 & 5S – Retail Packaging – Green

Mophie Juice Pack Helium for iPhone 5 & 5S - Retail Packaging - Green

  • Rechargeable 1500mAh lithium ion polymer battery and protective case in one.
  • Provides you nearly twice the battery life of the iPhone 5 —  Up to 5 hours of talk time on 4G and LTE. Up to an additional 6 hours on 3G.  Up to 30 hours of additional audio playback.  Up to an additional 7 hours of video playback.
  • Soft touch finish – Sleek poly carbonate ABS materials in a sleek soft touch design.
  • Quick 1 amp recharging speed.
  • 4 LED Light Status Indicator – Tells you how much “juice” you have left in the case for charging.
  • Quick 1 amp recharging speed. 

Juice Pack Helium is a Ultra-thin, 1500mAh protective battery case that provides your iPhone 5/5S with up to 80% extra battery life. It’s so thin, you won’t believe there’s a battery inside. Engineered with edge-to-edge protection and outfitted with 80% more battery life to keep your iPhone 5/5S safe and charged, the juice pack helium allows you to truly Do more. Its elegant, thin, design makes it the perfect accessory, easily fitting into any pocket or handbag. The enhanced forward-ported acoustics redirects the iPhone audio towards you, optimizing playback and maximizing your experience. All mophie hardware products, including clearance and refurbished products, carry a one-year Limited Warranty from date of purchase against defects in materials and workmanship. To get warranty product covered call 1.888.8mophie (667443) if you’re in the United States or email us at ts@mophie.com.

List Price: $ 79.95

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  1. 285 of 311 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Started with an excitement, now it is a disappointment., April 19, 2013
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    I always been a fan of Mophie, their battery case for the iPhone 4 was a fantastic idea, it last my phone for almost two days and I really loved it. As I finally switch from the old iPhone 4 to the new iPhone 5, I immediately ordered one of the Mophie Juice Pack Helium from Mophie, expected to see a good result like before, but it was a disappointment…
    My Verizon service dropped down two bars whenever I turn on the case in my house, where I always got full bars. As I got on the highway, I got no service at all. This really hurts me because I am an insurance Agent, every call means income to me, now I can not get calls or make calls, this is bad.
    The battery life is not living up to expectation as well, it only provides about another 50% to my phone and this is NOT GOOD for $80, I paid about the same amount a year and a half ago for the 4’s version and I got a very good result…
    The last and the most critical issue… it doesn’t support data transfer nor sync with computer. I will have to remove this case (which is very hard once you put it on) and plug it my Apple lightning connector if I want to listen to music in my car via the USB port.
    These cons are killing this product; I guess I will have to move ahead and find a better solution…
    Feedback: Started with an excitement, now it is a disappointment… kills my Verizon phone signal, less than 60% battery life and can’t sync nor data transfer, bummer…

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  2. 214 of 253 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good case with design limitations, March 8, 2013
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    Joshua R. Kagan (Southern California, United States) –

    I received this case a few days ago, just in time for a business trip that would have me out and about for a 15+ hour day. I travel like this quite frequently, and typically these day trips come without access to a power source. Of course, during these trips I’ll typically also need to use my iPhone for calls, emails, GPS, and the occasional camera snapshot or music at the airport. The iPhone 5’s battery is pretty good and can usually get me through a whole day of heavy travel use, but on a few recent trips (I do this about twice per month) I felt like I was cutting it close when at the end of the day I noticed that I had less than 15% battery remaining.

    In general I prefer to use my iPhone “naked,” without a case. In my opinion the phone was designed to have a particular form factor, feel in the hand, and slimness that a case destroys. Also I generally prefer to carry my iPhone in my pants pocket, which is one of the reasons why I prefer the iPhone 5 over other less slender phones. I’m a male and my typical “work uniform” is typically pants and a dress shirt without a jacket (most of the places I go are warm), so I don’t really have a place to hide a large or heavy communication device on my person.

    The Helium case promises to be the thinnest battery case ever made by Mophie, which is a good brand known for quality stuff that I have used and liked in the past. It’s thinner than Mophie’s other offerings, but I wouldn’t call this a “thin” case by any means. In the case the iPhone 5 feels noticeably thicker and heavier, but it’s not that bad. The phone still fits in my pocket in the case, and even though I wouldn’t use this case as my daily driver (just for long days or trips), it is an acceptable trade-off for much improved battery life. The case is, for example, noticeably thinner and lighter than the “Air” option that Mophie offers for the iPhone 5, that product offers even more increased talk time etc. but at the expense of more heft and around 25% higher price. The Helium option is, in my opinion, a good value and a good compromise.

    As a protective case the virtues of this product are less clear. It’s very easy to put on (or take off) the phone, sliding together easily. It does protect the back, sides, top, and bottom of the phone. It does not interfere with the operation of the camera or its flash like some poorly designed cases do. It leaves the side buttons free, which I actually prefer because it preserves their tactile feel. It does not in my experience affect the call quality of the phone in any way. I found cellular reception on Verizon to be identical with or without the case on, and I found that the case’s microphone pass-through did not affect callers’ ability to hear my voice clearly as we would expect from a high-end smartphone like the iPhone 5. The case also appears designed to permit the iPhone’s multiple noise-canceling microphones to work as designed. In the hand, the case is very ergonomic and easy to grip. It feels great to hold; in some circumstances such as while playing games I actually found it to be preferable because of the slightly wider landscape grip area and improved ability to hear the phone’s speaker. Mophie claims that the case actually improves speakerphone audio quality and it seems that they might be correct. However, I am not sold on the protective aspects of this case as they relate to drops. Although the case does do an adequate job of covering the back and sides from scratches, the case does not appear to extend over the screen at all. Other cases I have owned like the OtterBox cases will at least have a “lip” on the front that enables you to put the phone face down without having it rest on the screen; this case does not seem to have a similar feature. Also I am concerned that the added weight of this case might actually exacerbate damage in the event of a fall. Also, one of my colleagues owns this same case and has noticed that the material has begun peeling in a few of the corners because, in his words, he is “too rough with it” when putting it in and out of his pant pockets. I have not experienced this cosmetic issue yet, but it’s something to think about if you’re not careful with your devices.

    The battery in the case is excellent. On yesterday’s business trip, despite much more use of the phone than usual (or frankly necessary — I was intentionally hard on it), I was unable to drain the battery even halfway after many hours of sustained intentionally heavy use, including a marathon gaming session of Infinity Blade II on the plane. I recommend using Mophie’s included tips for getting the most out of your battery case (keep the case in “standby” until your iPhone’s internal battery reaches 20%, then switch it on until you charge up to 80%, then go back to standby and repeat). The case did get a little warm while it was charging my iPhone but that did not bother me. I appreciated the security of knowing that I could…

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  3. 89 of 105 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Buy the Mophie Juice Pack AIR instead, March 21, 2013
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    I’ve been using Mophie Juicepack’s since the iPhone 3G, so I have lots of experience with them.

    That said, I preordered the helium the day it was announced so I could get it. I play poker and sometimes marathon tournaments mean my battery died at some point. I have a small battery pack I carry around with me too (New Trent brand, they’re awesome!) but I stil like to have a Mophie, it’s much more convenient.

    That said, I thought the Helium was a nice product except for the headphone jack issue. Basically since the jack and the battery/lightning plug are all at the bottom, that’s where Mophie put their battery. There is a cutout to get to the headphone jack but it’s so deep that anything other than Apple’s stock earbuds (which I hate – I use the Bose MIE once and they’re SO worth the money)

    Then I found out a week later that the Juicepack Air was coming out so I asked Mophie about exchange. They were nice enough to send me an RMA for the Helium, and I bought the Air. I’ve got them both now (haven’t sent helium back) so I can compare the two to see which is better.

    The only advantage to the Helium is it has a smaller battery, so it’s a little lighter. THat’s about it for the Helium. Everything else is in the Air. Better battery, more stylish looks, and this is the biggie to me; the side buttons are overlaid on top of the iphone buttons. The Helium just has a big cutout for the volume and mute switch, so it’s harder to get to (especially on calls.)

    That said, the Helium is a decent product, but I’d highly recommend spending the extra $20 for the better battery, better styling, etc..

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