Mophie Announces Rugged Juice Pack Pro iPhone Case for $130

Mophie has a new iPhone battery case out just in time for summer adventures, the Juice Pack Pro.

The new Mophie Juice Pack Pro is a rugged iPhone case that protects the iPhone from water, dust, drops, vibration, and shock while offering an extra battery. The case exceeds the military spec MIL-STD 810G. The extra battery offers 150 percent more power for the iPhone 4/4S, which should make getting through the day, and possibly a second day, easy.

With a 2500 mAh battery, the Juice Pack Pro is the largest battery case Mophie has ever made. Like the company’s other battery cases the Juice Pack Pro charges via USB, and lets users charge and sync the iPhone even when it’s still in the case. Unlike other Mophie battery cases, the Juice Pack Pro also covers the front of the iPhone for added protection.

Mophie also recently released the Powerstation Pro which is a rugged external battery. The external battery has a lot more power than the Juice Pack Pro, and is still dust, water, and shock proof. It can charge any device over USB, but that means running a cable from the battery to the device. Unfortunately, it’s the only option for extra power from Mophie for those who don’t have an iPhone.

The Mophie Juice Pack Pro is arguably the best alternative to cases like the ones from Otterbox. We’re not sure how the Juice Pack Pro compares to the new Otterbox Armor Series, but the inclusion of the battery might make it more appealing to some users. We’ll find out just how appealing the battery case is soon in a full review.

The Mophie Juice Pack Pro is available now for $130.

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Comments

  1. Kurt says

    I purchased my Juice Pack Pro direct from Mophie last week. After getting started with putting my iPhone inside the case, I noticed scratches on the screen. It then clicked that the round stickers that seal the outer sleeve of the packaging to the inside were already cut But, in my excitement to get started, I really didn’t pay attention to it.

    I contacted Mophie and was advised to fill out their online form and the exchange process would start. I received a reply within an hour and to my dismay, they wanted me to pay for shipping back to them. I let them know quite clearly that I would not spend another $20 to send back something that I paid $130 for, then nearly $10 in tax and $26 in shipping. All told, I spent $165 to get my hands on the case. I received no further reply from customer service so I decided to send an email to the founders of the company, which included the CEO. I still have yet to receive any sort of response from anyone.

    So here I am, stuck with a product that was basically shipped to me as a refurb/open box unit. I haven’t even had the pleasure of using it. They may have great products. But, what good are they if the company doesn’t stand behind their product or their image. What a shame.

  2. Madison says

    Solution for caller echo remove left screen on bottom face up side of case this is a mic the screw block to much sound flow cause in caller echo shame morpie tech couldn’t have caught this before selling us a 130.00 cause with issues

  3. Kurt says

    I’m happy to say that after two weeks of no response from Mophie customer/technical support or Mophie executives, I finally received an email from Charles Mercadal, the Technical Support Manager. I had basically written off any idea that I was going to have my issue resolved in an acceptable fashion. I even started using the case, as I figured I was stuck with it and might as well get some use of the $160+ case.

    It appears that Charles was heard about my review/complaint on Amazon. He offered to send me a replacement case if that would resolve the issue. Of course I said yes, as that’s all I wanted in the first place. I did however, advised Charles that I wanted to speak with him personally before procedding with the replacement.

    I spoke with Charles the next day and actually had a very good conversation about what I mentioned in my original review and also the other issues with the case, such as the easily scratched integrated screen protector and the echo that the person on the other end of the phone hears, if they can hear you at all. I was advised that the issues with the microphone are currently being addressed. And, although the issue hasn’t yet been completely resolved, it should be soon. After which, the new parts will be shipped to those who have registered and/or contacted support about their Juice Pack Pro. Charles didn’t seem very familiar with the easily scratched screen protector problem. I filled him in on what I was experiencing with mine and how I had obviously only been using the case for less than 2 weeks and it looks like I have been using it for at least 6 months. He told me that he would bring this up to whomever it was that should know about this and assured me that it would be addressed after the microphone issue was fixed.

    So, to sum it up, I’m getting a brand new, un-touched by human hands since manufacturing, scratch free Juice Pack Pro in replacement for the original one that was sent to me. I’m also on the list to received the updated replacement parts that are supposed to fix the microphone issue. And, I received a pre-paid shipping label for sending the old one back. I’d say Charles stepped up to the plate and righted the wrong.

    Thanks again Charles. I’m now a satisfied customer.

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