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Well designed, but battery failed after a week. Such a same.
on 3 December 2016
At first this case seemed very promising to me. I was actually better design mechanically than other comparable battery cases costing as much as £80 (the battery cell and connectors are all in one physical unit, the micro USB is on the bottom rathe than the corner). However, after working well for the first week, the case began to malfunction. It would not charge fully, only to the point that 3 of the four status lights were lit, comparable to about a 35% charge on the iPhone. Moreover, when the battery charges the phone, it charges intermittently, causing the iPhone to buzz on and off to signal the intermittent charging. Finally, the case seems to be swelling somewhat and I am worried the battery might be failing fully.
The process of refund from Amazon was a little complicated. They say return to them, but what they do not tell you is that no carrier in the UK (at least that I know) accepts batteries, let alone damage ones. However, after a somewhat tense but fruitful online chat with the Amazon returns representative, Amazon agreed to refund my money.