Keluoer iPhone Power Case provides power, but not as expected.
I’m always on the go, whether it is for work, personal reasons, or pleasure. The one thing that I can’t seem to live without is my iPhone. I am constantly searching for a charger, battery pack, or charging cord. Sometimes plugging into a wall isn’t a viable option or even feasible. I’ve been looking at several different charging solutions including cases. Keluoer’s iPhone Power Case was the option that I attempted most recently.
I am always trying new iPhone cases and portable batteries, so blending the two is a match made in heaven in my opinion. I have tried other battery iPhone cases in the past and the biggest flaw I have found with them is that they don’t carry a large enough charge to get me through the day. With the Power Case packing 8200 mAh, I can generally get through the day and then some with that much power in reserve. Charging the case is a huge win. With most other power cases on the market, you have to charge with a Micro USB cable. This means the you carry two cables for serious emergencies. It’s such a huge inconvenience. The Power Case charges with your iPhone’s lightning cable. It charges the case and your iPhone at the same time saving time and effort.
I have a gold iPhone and while I like to show off the beautiful design, I want any case to provide some protection. The Power Case almost matches the iPhone, blending in quite nicely. To install in the phone in the case you just slide the bare iPhone into the case. There are two small tabs on the side that help hold your phone in place, but provide no protection. The extra weight adds to the likelihood that you will drop it. There is a USB port on the side of the case so that you can help a friend out with a charge. When you need precious power this isn’t easy to overlook, but it does help some.
The operation does leave me disappointed. At the bottom of the case there are four indicator lights for battery level and a simple power button. My first use wasn’t that great. When I hit the power button the phone started to charge, but shut off after around 10 minutes and the case got pretty toasty. I figured that I might have turned the case off in my pocket by accident. I tried leaving it on counter while charging and had the same outcome repeatedly. The Power Case does charge your phone, just not the way I want and need. It will do in a pinch, but I will continue the search for the ideal power solution for my on-the-go, iPhone-using lifestyle.
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