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Galaxy Note 3 10,000 mAh monster battery

Kris Carlon
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If you've ever wished your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 had better battery life, or you're looking for the gift for a Note 3 owner that has everything, then this is what you've been waiting for: ZeroLemon has just brought out the mother of all extended batteries for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. At 10,000 mAh, their extended battery pack is the largest capacity battery available for the Note 3, short of some uranium in your back pocket. That's three times the capacity of the usual 3,200 mAh battery pack.

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It may not be pretty, but this 10,000 mAh battery for the Note 3 is a powerhouse. / © ZeroLemon

The huge battery pack fits inside a plastic case that isn't exactly pretty, but you probably won't mind that as you steam through a couple days of usage without looking for a power socket. The case also has a couple of nice additions, like a stand for your desk that also works as a belt clip – although why on earth you'd want this monster dragging your pants off I'm not sure. There's also protective tabs to cover up your Note 3 goodies like stylus and microUSB port and three layers of protection between your power source and phablet. Plus they'll give you a screen protector and NFC support.

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There's three layers of protection, a screen protector and port covers. / © ZeroLemon

The ZeroLemon extended battery pack's case also allows other extended batteries to be inserted and can be purchased for $59.99 directly from their website or on Amazon and eBay through Bastex Wireless. All battery purchases are backed up by the company's Zero Defect Promise, giving you a six month warranty period along with a little more peace of mind when you're carrying around a power plant in your pocket. The company also has a 9,300 mAh battery pack for the Note 2 ($44.99), a 7,000 mAh battery for the S3 ($39.99) and a 7,500 mAh battery for the S4 ($39.99).

Have you ever run out of battery life at an inopportune time? Have you tried an extended battery before?

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  • Philipp Junghannß (My1) 8 months ago Link

    how fat is the N3 with that?

    honestly, I rather like my Spare battery+ext Charger/External battery Pack Combination...

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      Kris Carlon 8 months ago Link

      Haha, yeah if you're in a plane crash you could use it as a life raft. But I guess if maximum battery life is what you need, then you'd be willing to add some considerable bulk to your bag. The multiple standard battery option certainly saves some space, but then it costs more too...

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  • Philipp Junghannß (My1) 8 months ago Link

    well the second battery WITH charger cost only 25€ and the problem with 3rd party batteries I even heard thatthey can have less strength than advertised and when the battery explodes it breaks my warranty...

    (forgot to push the reply, could you pls move it correctly? thx)

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