Comzor iPhone 6 Slim Battery Case Review

Comzor iPhone 6 Slim Battery Case Review

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Takeaway: Thin/lightweight, soft-touch but grippy exterior, convenient battery pack.

This battery case has a silicone rubber exterior with a soft-touch feel. It provides a nice grip for you hand and is pretty slim for a battery pack. The case weighs about 3.5 ounces on its own and with the phone in it, it's about double the weight and thickness of having a naked iPhone. The plug for charging is on the bottom and is a Lightning port. This case takes 4-5 hours to fully charge and you'll get at least 1 full charge out of it for your iPhone 6. Installing the phone in the case takes less than 30 seconds and the top is pretty easy to roll down to get your phone in. You just have to be careful not to insert your phone in on an angle as this could damaged the Lightning connector that goes into the phone. The same is true for taking the phone out of the case. To charge, press and hold the small power button on the back in the bottom right hand corner for 2 seconds. You can long press the button again to stop charging.

If you plug the case in while your phone is charging in it, your phone will charge up first, then the backup battery will charge. In terms of protection, the rubber helps protect your phone by absorbing some shock from bumps and drops. The battery in the back also provides an additional layer of protection. All the buttons function nicely through the rubberized button covers and there's no obstruction of the camera or flash. Since the bottom of the case is thin, you shouldn't need an extender for the headphone jack, like I used to need with my old battery case which just died.

Overall this case provides a decent amount of phone protection and doubles the battery life of your phone without adding a ton of weight or thickness.

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