Mophie's $80 Juice Pack Moto Mod integrates a 3,000mAh battery, launches late November

Mophie has just announced a new Moto Mod, a battery pack mod that integrates a 3,000mAh battery. Technically, the Mophie juice pack Battery Mod is compatible with any phone based on the Moto Mods 1.0 platform but what that actually means is that it's compatible with the Moto Z, the Moto Z Force, and the Moto Z Play. Mophie's Moto Mod will go on sale November 28th at a price of $79.99.

The juice pack integrates a 3,000mAh battery. Now, the actual percentage varies between the particular Moto Z model (Z, Z Force, Z Play), but Mophie's battery pack should provide about a 60% battery charge. The mod comes with a USB Type-C port which supports 15W fast charging. An LED power indicator displays the battery level as well as the charging status.

Lenovo's interpretation of the modular smartphone philosophy might not be the most futuristic one out there, but the end result is easily the most practical. Sure, a battery pack mod doesn't have the wow factor of a projector mod or a fancy camera mod, but when it comes to everyday utility, Mophie's battery pack mod for the Moto Z series could be a smart $79.99 investment.

If you could find use for Mophie's juice pack Moto Mod, you can already head on over to the source link below and pre-order your unit. Verizon says that the new Moto Mod will start shipping November 28th.

What do you guys think of Mophie's Moto Mod?

source: Verizon



1. bambamboogy02

Posts: 842; Member since: Jun 23, 2012

How fast will the juice pack charge the phone though?

4. JC557

Posts: 1926; Member since: Dec 07, 2011

It's pretty quick. You can have the battery trickle charge to keep the phone at 80% charge or you can pop it in whenever you need it and it charges up like any other external pack just a bit quicker but nowhere as fast as the plug in charger.

2. Gadgetex

Posts: 200; Member since: Nov 10, 2013

That is odd.. Only 60%?

3. UglyFrank

Posts: 2200; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

Charger packs aren't 100% efficient, energy is wasted

5. JC557

Posts: 1926; Member since: Dec 07, 2011

Nut's I already have the regular Moto Mod battery pack from Incipio which was $80 ($60 after discounts). Sure it's much thinner and doesn't add much bulk to the phone but this capacity would be nice for those times you know you won't be near a charger for more than a day. I wonder if this will push the price of the 2220 maH unit down some once this is released.

6. jpraveensn

Posts: 9; Member since: Nov 01, 2012

If it doesn't have wireless charging to go with the battery, there's no point selling them.

7. bambamboogy02

Posts: 842; Member since: Jun 23, 2012

Until they can match the speed of the stock 27W Charger, no need for wireless charging.

8. Brewski

Posts: 736; Member since: Jun 05, 2012

Wireless charging? If not, I'll stick with Incipio or Tumi. But thanks for playing!

9. Brewski

Posts: 736; Member since: Jun 05, 2012

But does it have wireless charging? If not I'll save some money and get the ones that are already on the market. Nothing new to see here.

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