LifeProof today announced that its FRE Power waterproof battery case for iPhone 6 is now available for pre-order through its website, retailing for $129.99 with an estimated shipping date of mid-to-late June. The protective case guards the iPhone 6 against damage from water, drops, dust and snow, and has a 2,600 mAh lithium-ion battery that doubles the smartphone's battery life.

LifeProof FRE Power iPhone 6
FRE Power, available in white, black and blue, features auto-stop charging so that your iPhone automatically stops charging once it reaches 100% capacity. The case also has a built-in scratch protector to protect the iPhone's touchscreen, an anti-reflective optical-glass camera lens and an included Micro USB port and cable for charging and syncing. LED lights on the back of the case indicate the battery pack's level of charge.


The case has a waterproof rating of IP-68, the highest possible for solids and liquids, meaning it is able to withstand circulating talc for 8 hours and water immersion up to 6.6 feet or 2 meters for up to 1 hour. The case also has military standard 810G-516.6 drop and shock protection, safeguarding your iPhone against drops, fumbles, vibrations and bumps. FRE Power is available now on LifeProof's website for $129.99.

LifeProof originally announced the FRE Power waterproof battery case at CES 2015.

Top Rated Comments

KAMB Avatar
120 months ago
Is it worth it? I'm stuck between this and the mophie waterproof one.

It's a solid case; the specs are slightly smaller than the mophie ans I'm a bigger fan of the screw in headphone piece.

Only complaint is the screen protector. I'm getting the rainbow effect/water marking under the screen like crazy!
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pcmike Avatar
120 months ago
Same dillema here..

Is it worth it? I'm stuck between this and the mophie waterproof one.
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