Motorola Moto Z Mod Incipio offGRID Powerbank - Black - £40 @ Amazon
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Motorola Moto Z Mod Incipio offGRID Powerbank - Black - £40 @ Amazon

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Found 22nd Jun 2017
I've been monitoring the price of this popular mod and today it's got an amazing 33% reduction!
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It's certainly amazing that that's the price after 33% off.
New Motorola power pack out in July (apparently) thinner and smart charging capability.
I would imagine this dropping lots when that eventually appears.
just noticed its £40 at John lewis as well
fireman1

New Motorola power pack out in July (apparently) thinner and smart … New Motorola power pack out in July (apparently) thinner and smart charging capability.I would imagine this dropping lots when that eventually appears.


motorola.com/us/…ery
wayno93

https://www.motorola.com/us/products/moto-mods/moto-turbopower-pack-battery


That is the US site where the wireless charging version of the Incipio one has been available as well.
Not sure if/when the UK will be getting this better one....?
Don't really get the point of buying a phone that's slim because it has a small battery then adding a bulky battery back that makes it thicker....
Why not buy a normal thickness phone with a decent battery in the first place....
Ah yeah I missed that. Just cancelled my order as I was going to hold out for the turbopack. Might have to re-consider now...
Uridium

Don't really get the point of buying a phone that's slim because it has a … Don't really get the point of buying a phone that's slim because it has a small battery then adding a bulky battery back that makes it thicker....Why not buy a normal thickness phone with a decent battery in the first place....


You get the best of both worlds in this case...
I'm not buying this mod to have attached to the phone permanently.
But if I need to be away from a power source for more than 24hrs this is a more convenient/neater solution than carrying around a battery pack...
Pondlife

It's certainly amazing that that's the price after 33% off.


Why?
Uridium

Don't really get the point of buying a phone that's slim because it has a … Don't really get the point of buying a phone that's slim because it has a small battery then adding a bulky battery back that makes it thicker....Why not buy a normal thickness phone with a decent battery in the first place....


Because you may not need it to have a lot of power for day to day use just for weekends away etc I guess. But external cabled power packs seem bargain in comparison
MyBoozyHell

You get the best of both worlds in this case...I'm not buying this mod to … You get the best of both worlds in this case...I'm not buying this mod to have attached to the phone permanently.But if I need to be away from a power source for more than 24hrs this is a more convenient/neater solution than carrying around a battery pack...


On other hand this is a lot more expensive than similar small capacity battery pack and will be useless when you change phone.
Pondlife

On other hand this is a lot more expensive than similar small capacity … On other hand this is a lot more expensive than similar small capacity battery pack and will be useless when you change phone.



I agree....
I think overpriced accessories like this are just highlighting the shortcomings of the actual device while at the same trying justify the MotoMod features 'usefulness'

a phone a few mm thick in the first place seems to make more sense as does an external battery back at a third of the price if more battery life is needed
Uridium

I agree....I think overpriced accessories like this are just highlighting … I agree....I think overpriced accessories like this are just highlighting the shortcomings of the actual device while at the same trying justify the MotoMod features 'usefulness'a phone a few mm thick in the first place seems to make more sense as does an external battery back at a third of the price if more battery life is needed


I'd say clever marketing by Motorola (or Lenovo as they now are).
Out of interest, do you own a Moto Z or Z Play, or looking to purchase one?
One of the selling points of the Z Play in particular is the enhanced battery life anyway, so hardly a shortcoming of the device itself.
Edited by: "MyBoozyHell" 22nd Jun 2017
Funnily enough they've all gone now - so seems at least 12 people agreed with me that it was worth it!
MyBoozyHell

I'd say clever marketing by Motorola (or Lenovo as they now are).Out of … I'd say clever marketing by Motorola (or Lenovo as they now are).Out of interest, do you own a Moto Z or Z Play, or looking to purchase one?One of the selling points of the Z Play in particular is the enhanced battery life anyway, so hardly a shortcoming of the device itself.



I have a Lenovo P2....I never worry about battery life
Edited by: "Uridium" 22nd Jun 2017
Uridium

I have a Lenovo P2....I never worry about battery life



You are really comparing a flagship phone to a mid range phone??? No comparison mate And the Mods offer flexibility and thats the whole modular market.
Love my Moto Z but haven't found a mod worth buying. The camera's rubbish and the extra batteries are a ridiculous price. I'm waiting for the rear screen. Hope it gets manufactured.
abhijitdash123

You are really comparing a flagship phone to a mid range phone??? No … You are really comparing a flagship phone to a mid range phone??? No comparison mate And the Mods offer flexibility and thats the whole modular market.



I never made any comparison........I answered the question "do you own a Moto Z or Z Play"

That said...I've had flagship phones for 20yrs now...the P2 is the first phone I think I've ever bought that wasn't a flagship!....
My Galaxy Note 4 was dying and I'd struggled for many months looking for something interesting to replace it..... almost bought a Note 7..(but nuff said) and the s8 didn't float my boat. so I decided to ditch carrying a work and personal mobile and buy a Dual sim handset, I wanted a phone with a decent battery and the P2 ticked all the boxes apart from not being a 'flagship' so I bought the P2 and love it, even though the specs are midrange it's fast, great build quality, has a lovely OLED 1080p screen and the battery life is as good as any phone I can remember having in the last decade.
So no although I didn't make any comparison actually come to think of it the Budget P2 stacks up pretty well against the MotoZ


Edited by: "Uridium" 22nd Jun 2017
anthony401

Love my Moto Z but haven't found a mod worth buying. The camera's rubbish … Love my Moto Z but haven't found a mod worth buying. The camera's rubbish and the extra batteries are a ridiculous price. I'm waiting for the rear screen. Hope it gets manufactured.



​projector is very cool, not the highest resolution but portability beat it, battery is good too, i can watch a whole football game on one mod charge
I have the Moto z and never worry about battery. lasts all day and I charge it at night. it comes with a turbo charger so just a quick plug in lets you keep going. I love how slim the phone is and use a protective case rather than mods ATM.
expire, £54.79
I have a TUMI wireless battery pack which is the better variant for sale after returning my phone back to JLewis
Looking to recoup my cost and put towards a decent phone! RRP is circa £70-90 US - selling for £50 posted or £45 collected birmingham
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