Hey guys, I am the CEO of InjuredGadgets.com
As a note I tried to reply 5 times, but for some reason my reply keeps getting deleted. So I will reply with no links.
First of all, I want to say thank you sincerely for questioning the product. You should. As before this, every single extended capacity battery on the market was just that, marketing fluff. They were not real and just overpriced scams.
I am going to try to answer every single question in here.
I assure you we actually under rate our batteries. They exceed 3300 mAh.
Please test them with any hardware battery tester, or coconut batter, 3u tools, whatever you want. Do real drainage test. They're extended cap.
We even made a video of our 6s battery compared to an OEM via drainage run time.
Check it out on YouTube,
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I emplore you to use a Kaisi tester as was shown in the iFixit article of high capacity batteries. Please note, that article is very old.
It also shows a iPhone 5 battery with 2680 mAh, which is impossible. We were able to get our 5 series to 1800 mAh which is a near 25%+ increase over the oem capacity.
Actually..... The first photo is a client image of our 6s Plus installed.
This second image is on a 6s that I was testing in house.
We have been working on these batteries for nearly 6 months. We literally have gone from working with not just the battery factory but also the cell factory to produce these.
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