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Seidio Innocell 3500mAh battery for HTC EVO on sale for $54 on Amazon

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Want to save a quick $16 on the Seidio Innocell 3500mAh extended battery for the HTC EVO? Then buy it for $53.96 from Amazonir?t=goodandevo 20&l=as2&o=1&a=B003SNIR7Y - for some reason we don't have an alt tag here and save 23% off the list price instead.

Seidio is still selling the battery for $70, so Amazon's newly lowered price isn't part of an across-the-board reduction or anything like that. In fact, it wasn't too long ago that the online retail giant had it in stock for $63. Considering that Sprint's new extended battery retails for $55, paying a dollar less (plus no tax or shipping, depending on where you live) for more capacity isn't a bad deal at all.

Seidio's Innocell has been around since July, but here are some pics just in case your memory needs to be refreshed.

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Incidentally, the Innocase Extended caseir?t=goodandevo 20&l=as2&o=1&a=B003XDU0AQ - for some reason we don't have an alt tag here (MSRP $29.95), which improves the look of the battery, is available for $23 on Amazon.

[Seidio Innocell for EVO @ Amazonir?t=goodandevo 20&l=as2&o=1&a=B003SNIR7Y - for some reason we don't have an alt tag here]
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13 thoughts on “Seidio Innocell 3500mAh battery for HTC EVO on sale for $54 on Amazon

  • Avatar of jaydeeIL

    My friend bought one and he says, it’ll last him at least 2 days without a charge. Definitely getting one

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  • Avatar of Grimstone

    Still a ripoff. Buy a couple cheap ebay batteries and a charger for $10 and just keep a charged spare with you. You won’t have to have that ugly battery cover on there, you can still use your favorite case, and they are easier on the pockets (pun intended). Seriously, I have 6 aftermarket batteries, including 2 1800mah that don’t require a larger cover, and combined they cost less than this monstrosity.

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  • Avatar of Henry H

    Some of us don’t like repeatedly turning off our phones, taking off the battery cover, swapping batteries, and restarting our phones. Some of us would rather not juggle a million +1 different batteries always keeping them fully charged just in case we need to swap.

    Yeah, the cover doesn’t look great. Some people such as youself may think it’s a “monstrosity”, others like myself, may think it’s somewhat unsightly. But that unsightliness might be worth it to some people.

    Your way is not the only way.

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  • Avatar of Henry H

    That being said, I’ll admit the price and the fugliness are holding me back.

    Charger at home, charger in car, no problems.

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  • Avatar of Dextermorph

    Wits wrong with restarting yur evo?
    Here’s a 3500 mah for $30
    I had to do a lmgtfy.com but the link is legit

    Tinyurl.com/26hy48f

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  • Avatar of Michael doo

    3500 mah for $30
    Htc repair parts

    http://Www.tiny url.com/3xtefz6

    Let lmgtfy.com do it’s thang

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  • I have an OtterBOX(R) Commuter Series case around my Evo so the frankencase that Seidio wraps around that mongo battery wouldn’t work for my phone. It’s Grimstone’s strategy for me. I didn’t know eBay sold cheap Evo batteries–cool!

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  • Avatar of benodiktine

    Sweet! I’ll be buying one, maybe two. Thanks Knarf!

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  • Avatar of Roosevelt

    It’s the best investment I’ve made in my evo. You will never know the feeling of NOT having to worry about your remaining battery life until you have this. Feels like a nokia 2160 yes, but last just as long which is GREAT. If size was a major factor, I wouldn’t be using an EVO anyway. Of course if money is an object, go ahead and play musical batteries, but believe me, it is absolutely worth saving your dimes for. And a word of advice… “he who order 3500 battery from china on ebay, order long term heartache and frustration too!”

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