TheNeighbor, 10 Nov 2017Yup. I got two of those just in case I need to top up. I recently got even the Scocche 6000mAh... moreHi, Storyman
So you have two zerolemon battery and 2 mophies one ! it must be to power all your stoy.
VasiliS7edge, 09 Nov 2017Wow this is good. Where I can buy this? I got in on a local electronics shop in SE Asia. Look online for Scosche
TheNeighbor, 10 Nov 2017Yup. I got two of those just in case I need to top up. I recently got even the Scocche 6000mAh... moreI don't own a note 8 but few weeks back I bought a (imuto)10,000mah power bank for £16 of Amazon,I get 4 full charges So every 4 days I need to charge it,but I've always got power while I'm out all day !
AnonD-424566, 09 Nov 2017Just had a peep,some power you got there my friend,very nice !Yup. I got two of those just in case I need to top up. I recently got even the Scocche 6000mAh that is a powerbank and has an integrate folding outlet prongs. I placed a mounting magnet on the powerbank so it can stick on the back of the OtterBox case. You can just leave that charging when not in use. Other use is plug charge my magnetic Scosche 4000mAh. Just a perfect combination to augment for the only 3300mAh internal battery.
Best to slap on and plug on the go when the battery reaches 40%. Saves me time waiting for the Note8 to top up. Keeps it light by removing it when charged up. Integrated a Spigen kickstand for watching Netflix. Magnetic battery still thin enough for an angled position:
The battery is never enough for some people, maybe have some battery implants once and for all
The power cases seem to lack some raised lips. Not a fan of glass protectors as they get in the way of the S Pen functions. I draw with them, and even more so now that it has tilt input and updated Autodesk Sketchbook can go over 10,000 x 10,000 pixel resolutions. The less than 3000mAh will only provide some 50% power. Not enough power and not enough protection.
I currently use a Scosche magnetic power pack that has 4000mAh and gives me around 70 to 80% of power back. I can always take it off when not needed, and I use an OtterBox Defender for maximum protection. Have a look: