mophie launches the mophie juice pack PRO for iPhone 4/4S

If you like your iPhone cases a little more rugged for the added protection, and always wished that they could double as a battery pack as well, this new mophie case should be right up your alley. Called the mophie juice pack PRO, this rather massive case comes loaded with a honking battery (2500 mAh) that will be able to provide an extra 150% more power to your phone. Its Otterbox like exterior not only provides drop/impact/shock protection, but it’s also water resistant and dust proof. And like other juice pack cases, this one’s equipped with a standby switch, so you get to decide when the iPhone 4/4S actually gets charged. The mophie juice pack PRO is available now – black only – on mophie.com for $129. More images and info after the break.

mophie juice pack PRO features:

The juice pack PRO provides you with the confidence that your iPhone can lead you through the most demanding conditions. With the largest battery ever built into a juice pack case, complimented by a belt clip and rugged good looks, the juice pack PRO is the perfect adventure companion. Stay off the grid all weekend.

With an impact resistant design that exceeds military specifications (MIL-STD 810G), a large battery and an included belt clip to keep it securely on your hip, you can be assured that no matter how extreme your weekend gets your iPhone will still be there when you need to get back to civilization.

The juice pack PRO is full of features that were designed with you in mind. An included standby switch allows you to choose when you want your juice pack to charge and the included micro USB cable allows you to charge and sync to itunes.

Four LEDs on the bottom keep tabs on how much power is left in the juice pack PRO battery while the rubberized outer cover and integrated screen protector enables water-tight protection.

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  • Varun Nagwekar

    Man, isn’t the case a bit too thick?

  • http://www.socialcubix.com/services/mobile/iphone-application-development iPhone App Developers

    In this case i guess iPhone wont look like very cool…

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