Old 06-29-18, 08:09 AM
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Originally Posted by staehpj1 View Post
... I chose a phone that has a removable battery and carry a spare (it weighs about an ounce. I can go days on the first battery and close to a week on the pair. ....
I have always wondered why more people do not do this. I think you are the first person I saw that mentioned spare phone batteries.

I switched from vintage flip phone to smart phone a year ago, I bought a couple spare batteries for it at that time planning to do what you do. But with a dynohub and with the limited cell coverage where I go, I have not needed to use one of the spare batteries yet. I also leave it in airplane mode most of the time. And I only use the data plan for weather forecasts, thus very little screen time.

I probably would have been using the spare phone batteries if I did not have a dynohub.
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