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Motorola 3490 mAh moto TurboPower Pack Moto Mod (Black) EXPIRED

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Sprint has Motorola 3490 mAh moto TurboPower Pack Moto Mod (Black) for $79.99 - $20 (automatically applied in cart) = $59.99. Select free store pickup via Walgreens or Rite Aid, otherwise shipping is $10 flat rate. Thanks Solandri
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This isn't the greatest deal on a Moto Mod battery pack (that would've been AT&T clearancing a bunch for $10 in 2017). But it's the only one I've been able to find since I got my Z2 Force in September. Manufacturers seem to be abandoning the Moto Mod space. All the battery mods are discontinued, with the remaining inventory on Amazon and eBay being marked up to $100-$150. Closest I see is a Mophie Moto Mod on Amazon for $70. I was hoping a decent deal on a battery mod would show up during Black Friday, or Motorla would introduce a new battery mod for the Z3. But no such luck.

So while $59.99 isn't a great price, it's the only Moto battery mod I've been able to find for less than MSRP in 3 months of searching. Sprint has put it on clearance (a whole $20 off).

Deal link: https://shop.sprint.com/mysprint/...acc9002cat

Shipping is free if you have it delivered to a local Walgreens or RiteAid for local pickup. ($10 extra if you have it shipped to your home.) It may also be available in Sprint stores. I didn't check since Walgreens is a lot closer to me than a Sprint store.

Full details about the Turbopower battery mod here:
Description link: https://www.motorola.com/us/produ...ck-battery

Description summary
  • 3490 mAh, should add roughly a day of battery life.
  • Compatible with all Motorola Z phones (snaps onto the back).
  • Has a row of LEDs in back to let you see the charge state of the battery pack.
  • Recharges your phone's battery at 15W.
  • Recharges from a wall socket at 30W (50% in 20 minutes) if you have a USB-C charger capable of putting out that many Watts.
  • You can configure the Motorola Z phones to have battery mods either keep the phone's built-in battery at 100% to maximize runtime, or 80% to reduce battery wear.
  • You're supposed to be able to plug the charger into the battery pack to recharge the phone (i.e. it charges both phone and battery pack). But I'm seeing mixed reviews about this feature (not) working.
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Last year there was a free projector with other mod purchase with the lowest quaifying mods in the 30 dollar range at Verizon. It was the best hush hush thumb down frontpage block I saw on slickdeals, back when America was great
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I have a couple of these that I got on eBay (no box, brand new) for about $40/each a couple of months ago on eBay. At that time, a couple of sellers had hundreds of them cheap.. They're good, but honestly most of the time I use my Tumi 2200 mAh + wireless charing case (bought for $30/each at the same time, as new, on eBay).

I have never fully run out of juice in a day with the 2200 mAh attachment, and I often push my phone really hard. And having the wireless charging is HUGE in my opinion.

But this Moto TurboPower mod is excellent for what it is. And it's FAR better than the 2200 mAh cases that don't have wireless charging, since those will only charge while on the phone.
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Just returned my AT&T Z2 Force (bought at $230) since I don't get updates with a cricket sim. Still have a MZP, but using a Xaiomi Mi A2 now.

This is a good deal. Like you said, this is super inflated in price. Compared to the other one that was ~$38 for Black Friday, this one is bigger capacity and can charge without being attached to the phone.
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Just returned my AT&T Z2 Force (bought at $230) since I don't get updates with a cricket sim. Still have a MZP, but using a Xaiomi Mi A2 now.

This is a good deal. Like you said, this is super inflated in price. Compared to the other one that was ~$38 for Black Friday, this one is bigger capacity and can charge without being attached to the phone.
I got updates to work with the Lenovo Smart Assistant program
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Definitely the best price around, so thanks for the post. I'm hoping to eventually get a battery with Qi charging for reasonable price. If anyone has a pile from the clearance the OP referenced hit me up, maybe we can make a deal or swap for some Slickdeal I got in on.
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I have the 2200 mAh version and go 12 hours. These batteries make the phone perfect. Agree it's not slick price but if you need two day battery it's worth it
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Motorola has had it this price several times. It's a deal, but nothing like the $10 ones that AT&T cancelled on most of us. This is hands down the best mod you can get but also the most boring. Get the Verizon bumper case if they still sale them and and a battery mod and you'll have a phone that will go all day on battery life and then some.
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Great deal, lowest I've seen ever. Solid battery with its own USB-C charging port
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Last year there was a free projector with other mod purchase with the lowest quaifying mods in the 30 dollar range at Verizon. It was the best hush hush thumb down frontpage block I saw on slickdeals, back when America was great
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This is *the* one Moto Mod that I wanted and put up an alert for. Everywhere it's either sold out or marked up like crazy. Even the used ones on ebay are ridiculously priced.

Great deal!
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I have a couple of these that I got on eBay (no box, brand new) for about $40/each a couple of months ago on eBay. At that time, a couple of sellers had hundreds of them cheap.. They're good, but honestly most of the time I use my Tumi 2200 mAh + wireless charing case (bought for $30/each at the same time, as new, on eBay).

I have never fully run out of juice in a day with the 2200 mAh attachment, and I often push my phone really hard. And having the wireless charging is HUGE in my opinion.

But this Moto TurboPower mod is excellent for what it is. And it's FAR better than the 2200 mAh cases that don't have wireless charging, since those will only charge while on the phone.
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I have the 2200 mAh version and go 12 hours. These batteries make the phone perfect. Agree it's not slick price but if you need two day battery it's worth it
I would probably get the 2200mAh one for me as it seems much thinner, $37.50 ain't bad:

https://www.motorola.com/us/produ...power-pack
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Anyone else seeing refuculous taxes? Like 100%
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honestly I've had four these turbo packs and after 6 months or so the contacts start to fail and they won't connect anymore so for the price it's not really worth it to me. the morphe packs on the other hand seem to hold up really well although I'm not very fond of the texture on the back and the rounded edges. But thanks for posting anyway OP.
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