Review: Snap+ Juice Pack Mini: A Reliable Battery

Martin Guay
Martin Guay - Chief Editor
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4.5 Mophie's Snap+ Juice Pack Mini is a compact and affordable portable battery that offers reliable wireless charging and fast USB-C recharging.
Review Overview
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Introduction

Mophie’s new Snap+ Juice Pack Mini is a fantastic compact portable battery that offers excellent value for its price. Its sleek design and compatibility with MagSafe make it a top choice for anyone needing a reliable power source while on the go.

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Design and Compatibility

While it’s true that the Snap+ Juice Pack Mini isn’t officially MagSafe certified, it still offers Qi wireless charging and can be held in place on your Android smartphone using the Snap Adapter metallic magnet sticker; This means you can enjoy the convenience of wireless charging without any hassle.

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Wireless Charging Capabilities

With a recharge capacity of 7.5 watts, the Snap+ Juice Pack Mini is perfect for Android smartphone users. It provides enough power to charge most devices from 0 to 100%, and in my tests, with a Galaxy Z Flip 4 and an Oppo Find X3 Pro, I found that it kept me going well beyond 24 hours.

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Recharge Capacity and Performance

In addition to its wireless charging capabilities, the Snap+ Juice Pack Mini offers fast recharging via USB-C cable. In just an hour, I got my device to half capacity. It’s small enough to fit in my pocket and provides reliable power when I need it the most. The battery holds up to 5000 mAh of juice!

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Fast Recharging via USB-C

The Snap+ Juice Pack Mini comes with a USB-C port that allows for fast recharging at a speed of 15 watts; This lets you recharge the battery itself and opens up the possibility of using it to charge other USB-C accessories.

Price and Value for Money

The price is one of the best things about the Snap+ Juice Pack Mini. At just $49.95, it offers excellent value for money. Despite minor shortcomings, it’s still one of the best for an ultraportable, well-designed battery that works with MagSafe and offers USB-C output for other devices.

What's the Verdict?

Overall, Mophie’s Snap+ Juice Pack Mini is a great choice for anyone looking for a compact and reliable portable battery that offers excellent value for its price.

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Review Overview
Mophie's Snap+ Juice Pack Mini is a compact and affordable portable battery that offers reliable wireless charging and fast USB-C recharging. 4.5
Features 4 out of 5
Useability 5 out of 5
Price 4.5 out of 5
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I write, talk about technology, gadgets, the latest Android news as much as any other fellow geek, nerd, or enthusiast does. I work in the IT field as a System Administrator, and I enjoy gaming when possible. I'm into plenty of things, and you can usually find me around Ottawa, Canada!For all business inquiry email business-inquiry [@] cryovex [dot] com.
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