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TennRich Introduces the Extremely Thin and Lightweight PowerSkin® Spare Battery Case for Samsung Galaxy S5

TennRich Intl. Corp., the leading manufacturer of portable power packs and the technology giant behind Energizer®, SpareOne™, and PowerSkin® is launching one of the lightest and thinnest battery case on the market for Samsung Galaxy S5.

“The Spare Battery Case for Samsung GALAXY S® 5 is a perfect match to the Samsung handset and is a beautifully designed battery case giving you that much needed extra power and allowing you to mix and match the colours,” said Peter Murray, Sales Director at TennRich. With one hand you can control this new ergonomic design to power on and check your battery level with a single touch. PowerSkin Spare is available in 4 matching colours black, white, blue and gold, with the back cover mirroring the handset design.

PowerSkin® Spare for Samsung Galaxy S5

PowerSkin Spare offers more battery life for your GS5 Smartphone for extra talk time, web-surfing, chatting, and more by adding only 6mm to your GS5. The new high-performance battery case for Samsung Galaxy S5 is the second addition to the PowerSkin Spare line of ultra-thin, ultra-sexy battery cases. PowerSkin Spare for GS5 is built to flawlessly replicate the GS5’s streamline curves, electroplated accents, and soft-touch textured back, this powerful one-piece battery case is purely seamless!

Featuring 2200 mAh of power, PowerSkin Spare for GS5 provides up to 230Hrs of standby time and up to 12.5Hrs talk time. Weighing only 80 grams (.17lbs) Spare is ultra-light, making it one of the lightest battery cases on the market. The Galaxy S5 case features a custom indent space for the GS5 charging port cover, front facing blue LED charging lights, and an ergonomically designed on/off button. The exclusive XPAL Inside™ technologies include short circuit and overcharge protection, heat channels for heat dissipation, pass-through charging (i.e.: device is charged first, followed by the case when plugged in), and flame retardant- UV coating industry leading 94 v-0 rating.

PowerSkin Spare for Samsung GS5 is now available in 4 colours (Black, White, Blue, Gold) exclusively only at powerskin.co.uk for £59.99.

PowerSkin will be showcasing the new PowerSkin Spare battery case for Samsung GALAXY S5 at IFA Messe Berlin from 5th to 10th of September at Hall 9 booth 8.

About PowerSkin®

PowerSkin®, is a leading provider of built-in battery cases and universal portable power solutions for popular iOS, Andriod and Windows smartphones, tablets and other rechargeable devices. Their sleek, modern, one-piece designs with patented innovations fit your phone and fit your style. PowerSkin is backed by exclusive XPAL Inside™ technologies including: short circuit/overcharge protection, thermal management heat dissipation, pass-through charging (i.e.: device is charged first, followed by the case when plugged in), and flame retardant- highest industry standard UL94 v-0 rating. Designed to be your go-to, go-anywhere, go on-and-on power source, PowerSkin® has got you – and your phone – covered. For more information, visit global.power-skin.com.

About TennRich International Corp.

As a leader in the battery industry, TennRich is committed to bringing innovative products to market, and to deliver the safest products in the highest quality. Cooperating in production and product design with many well-established name brands, TennRich has been a licensed partner with Energizer since 2009. TennRich developed its own brands and product lines in 2011- PowerSkin and SpareOne. TennRich has distributions worldwide, and a subsidiary corporation in California called XPAL Power, Inc., that focuses in sales and marketing in the Americas. Based on years of experience in understanding the needs and safety in power, TennRich pursues user-friendly designs that enable consumers to enjoy technology safely without worries. For more information about TennRich International Corp. and the three brands, Energizer, PowerSkin, and SpareOne, please visit www.tennrich.com.

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