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Topic # 226403 5-Jan-2018 17:03
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Hi guys

 

I see these trademe battery kits for iPhone 6S, have anyone tried these, are they any good? It seem they are 1810MAH rather than 1715MAH as well. Thanks guys!!

 

 

 

https://www.trademe.co.nz/mobile-phones/accessories/batteries/iphone/auction-1509291850.htm?rsqid=b0f0283783eb441fb57408e86a22d58d


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  Reply # 1929977 5-Jan-2018 17:19
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You'll never know the true mah without specialist testing equipment. 

 

And, given this most likely comes from some unknown chinese factory, you cannot rely on the labelling either. 


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  Reply # 1929978 5-Jan-2018 17:21
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I’m sure it’s ‘of the highest quality’ *ahem*




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  Reply # 1929979 5-Jan-2018 17:23
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With apple slashing the battery prices overseas I would see what happens here before rushing into an off brand one for minimal saving and added risk of doing it yourself.





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  Reply # 1931060 5-Jan-2018 21:35
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jms042016:

 

Hi guys

 

I see these trademe battery kits for iPhone 6S, have anyone tried these, are they any good? It seem they are 1810MAH rather than 1715MAH as well. Thanks guys!!

 

 

 

https://www.trademe.co.nz/mobile-phones/accessories/batteries/iphone/auction-1509291850.htm?rsqid=b0f0283783eb441fb57408e86a22d58d

 

 

 

 

Why bother when you have a year to replace your battery for under $40....? Jeez guys...and its water tightness is guaranteed.


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