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Old 02-23-2009, 09:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Seidio Innocell 2600mAh Extended Life Battery for 8900 Curve



This Innocell extended battery provides almost double the capacity of the standard battery. Even with heavy phone and data usage, this battery will keep your Blackberry charged and ready to go.

- 2600mAh - up to 90% more capacity than the original - High quality Japanese cells
- Includes a black extended door with our soft-touch "rubberized" texture to improve grip
- Extends the depth of your device by only 3-4mm

- Pair with our Spring-Clip Holster or Premium Leather Case

*All battery claims are dependent upon usage patterns, network configuration and many other factors; actual results will vary.


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Bad thing is if you already have the other extended battery, texturized case and holster you would have to buy a new holster I believe.
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Love my other products though And this new battery has awsome life!
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Honestly speaking .. I fear that the back cover would rape the sleekness of 8900.
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Honestly speaking .. I fear that the back cover would rape the sleekness of 8900.
Return of the Brickberry!
These are big 'ol batteries, they have one for the 8100 too.
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I plug my 8900 in every night -- either to a PC or to the wall -- same routine I've used for years with my 8700, 8800, 8100 and 8300. Since loading up OS .152 on the 8900, although I use the device heavily all day, I haven't seen the battery dip below 75% by the time I plug it in after 14 hours use.

For the way I use the 8900, I'd rather keep it sleek and slim. Even hesitating, for pure aesthetics and size, to put an Innocase II on my javelin! (although I probably will to protect it).
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Return of the Brickberry!
These are big 'ol batteries, they have one for the 8100 too.

Had them myself
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Old 02-23-2009, 02:50 PM   #8 (permalink)
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And how much would this battery cost? I kinda like it.
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Bad thing is if you already have the other extended battery, texturized case and holster you would have to buy a new holster I believe.
Hello,
I'm a bit confused about your question, if you already have an Innocase Holster (Holster For Innocases Installed), you will not be able to continue to use it because the Extended Battery uses a different door.

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And how much would this battery cost? I kinda like it.
We have two different versions available:

1. 1600mAh, OEM-Sized, will fit with the original battery door and Innocase.

2. 2600mAh, adds 3-4mm of thickness, requires the included battery door. Existing Innocase will not work.
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Hello,
I'm a bit confused about your question, if you already have an Innocase Holster (Holster For Innocases Installed), you will not be able to continue to use it because the Extended Battery uses a different door.
Yes, I could not use my innocase nor my holster if I were to purchase this larger battery. Would there be any deals for those that already own these for the 2600 battery with a holster?
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