Largest Battery capacity w/o replacing back battery door?

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    Hi, I recently purchased the 1750 mah online, but I think the battery has a short in it, as it turns off at unexpected times, forcing me to pull the battery to even turn the power on again. I was hoping for some extended time without recharging got this battery and it has not lived up to it's expectations. I am returning it, and was wondering if there are any battery's for the Incredible that some of you may have used. I do not want to replace the back door and have a larger phone. Thanks
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    the seidio extended slim is the same size and has more capacity, but i dont have it so i dont know how much it helps
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    Yeah, thats the one that went bad on me. It is the Seidio 1750mAh,
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    Well, after coming across this, I do not know what to think. http://batteryboss.org/
    Any help would be appreciated.
    (I also noticed there is a 1800 mAh available, by Mugan)

    What do you use? Have you noticed anything? I thought the 1750 mAh seemed a tiny bit better then the stock 1300 mAh
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    Zack Morris called and he wants his phone back. Hehe. I can see going that route, but that messes up the lines too much for me. If I were going to get one that was a little thicker, I'd want it pretty much flush with the camera lens.
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    Beats having to recharge twice a day :icon_ rocker:
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    I have a Seidio 1750 and I can easily get 1 1/2 - 2 days between charges.
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    Seido 1750 is the most popular, they have a mugen power 1800 but I cant find any reviews on it
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    I have had a lot of Seidio batteries and they have always performed very well.
    I'm sure you could return it and get another with some confidence it will work.
    Good luck.
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    I have to 1500 replacement batteries and just walk around with one in the phone one I'm my pocket and one on the charger the batteries are small enough that I don't really notice the one in my picket and it comes in handy
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    I was at best buy a couple days ago and they're selling 1750 replacement batteries for $50.00. I don't remember the brand though.
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    i have a verizon oem extended 2400 battery, but i want to use cases so i might get the seidio slim extended. is the seidio a huge step up from the stock oem battery? i use my phone a lot though and i dont want to have to recharge more than every 17 hours. (i do about 15-45 texts a day average, 15 minutes of calls, brightness at lowest 75% of the time and at highest 25% of the time, music player about 2 hours a day, web surfing about 45-60 minutes a day)
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    How often are you having to recharge with that battery using it that much?
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    my bad. the phone comes tomorrow. but i bought this battery in advance. i'm wondering if the seidio 1700 would be enough to get me a day of that usage amount or if i'll need to stay with the 2400. i can let you guy know after using the 2400 for a while though
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    :motdroidhoriz:Seido's extended life battery rocks balls. And it stands the phone up to watch movies and youtube clips!!!dancedroid
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