We've all been there, got to the end of the evening only to find that we've used our smartphone too much during the day and the battery has gone flat. No Uber for you then.

But it doesn't have to be that way. The Brexlink Samsung Galaxy S8 battery case offers a 5000mAh capacity Li-polymer battery to double the standby time for S8 phone meaning you'll be able to go on using your phone for considerably longer than you would without it.

Measuring just 153.9 x 70.7 x 17.2 mm in size, the battery case can charge the Samsung Galaxy S8 phone in about 2 hours letting you enjoy more time on talking time and web surfing when on the go without having to worry about finding a power socket.

The case comes with an intelligent switch to extend the built-in battery life and can be charged via the same USB Type C cable that comes in your SGS8 box.

Not only that, but you can also charge the case itself in double quick time; just 1.5 hours when using a 2A output wall charger. For monitoring how much charge is left, there is a simple coloured LED light.

The case is made from a soft material which is flexible giving you plenty of protection for those beautiful Samsung Galaxy S8 edges and features a comprehensive bumper and hard-shell back plate.

The Brexlink conic Samsung Galaxy S8 battery and the Brexlink Samsung Galaxy S8+ battery case both cost $39.99 and are available direct at brexlink.com or popular retailers such as Amazon.com. 

Why not upgrade your cable? The Brexlink Samsung Galaxy S8 charging USB-C cable (UK, US) features a durable nylon braided design with premium aluminum housing and sturdy nylon fiber cover. Compatible with any charging adaptor, multiport charging station or power bank; this cable is the perfect substitute for your missing charging cable. 

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