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CleanJuice Game Boy Advance Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery Module

Game Boy Advance Bundle Collection by Hand Held Legend

$39.99 USD Sale price

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Regular price $39.99 USD

Upgrade your Game Boy Advance from its low powered AA battery compartment to a drop-in USB-C rechargeable battery pack.

Adds 6.3 watts of power (compared to 2 watt for the largest AA batteries available) giving you 3 times the game time! Charge at any time using a regular USB-C cable, and even reverse charge the console from your phone if it supports power share. That means you can charge your GBA while you are out, using your phone battery.
Designed and tested in the UK by a reputable modder and builder, the RetroSix/Hand Held Legend CleanJuice for GBA is the ultimate upgrade to your console.

Important information:
  • USB-C battery hole will need to be cut by the user or you can purchase a pre-milled battery cover hereĀ (not yet available). A pre-milled battery cover is NOT included by default.
  • INTERNATIONAL Shipping is available for a premium. We will installĀ the battery in a generic GBA shell to meet international Li-Ion battery shipping regulations. Shell will not come with any additional accessories and may be of various colors. When our RetroSix GBA shells arrive we will require that you purchase a modified shell so we can ship inside rather than use a case of a color you might not need.
  • You will need to plug in the battery and supply the GBA internals when received.

Additional detail

  • USB-C cable not included
  • Works with the Game Boy Advance IPS LCD
  • USB-C rechargeable
  • 1700mAH battery
  • JST battery connector, no soldering required
  • Enhanced power control, no more hot batteries

LED indicator Key

  • Green + Orange = Battery charging
  • Green Only = Fully charged
  • Green light means there is power from the USB C cable
Installation

Follow the steps below to install your CleanJuice battery module:

  • Connect battery to CleanJuice board (only fits in one way so don't worry).

  • If your shell is a RetroSix ABS shell, no need to do anything. If it's regular shell, trim the little stump at the bottom of the battery compartment where the AA batteries usually go so that its flat.

  • Double sided adhesive is applied on both sides to help keep everything in place.

  • Place battery into shell with the wire coming out at the top left corner.

  • Place CleanJuice board in left side first, then push down the right side so that the springs of the CleanJuice make contact with the GBA battery springs.

  • Use a RetroSix USB-C battery cover (sold separately, in various colors), or cut a hole for the USB-C port using a 4mm drill bit and drill 3 holes in the center of the battery cover as shown in the image.

  • Put the back cover on the console, and you are ready to go.

  • Give the CleanJuice a full charge and enjoy well over 14 hours of gaming even with a fully IPS + Audio Amp modded console!

USB C Drill Guide

Drill Guide:

3D print this .stl file to help you drill and file a hold for your USB C female port. Thanks Corey!

Drill Guide

    Note: Commission may be earned from the links provided above

    Upgrade your Game Boy Advance from its low powered AA battery compartment to a drop-in USB-C rechargeable battery pack.

    Adds 6.3 watts of power (compared to 2 watt for the largest AA batteries available) giving you 3 times the game time! Charge at any time using a regular USB-C cable, and even reverse charge the console from your phone if it supports power share. That means you can charge your GBA while you are out, using your phone battery.
    Designed and tested in the UK by a reputable modder and builder, the RetroSix/Hand Held Legend CleanJuice for GBA is the ultimate upgrade to your console.

    Important information:
    • USB-C battery hole will need to be cut by the user or you can purchase a pre-milled battery cover hereĀ (not yet available). A pre-milled battery cover is NOT included by default.
    • INTERNATIONAL Shipping is available for a premium. We will installĀ the battery in a generic GBA shell to meet international Li-Ion battery shipping regulations. Shell will not come with any additional accessories and may be of various colors. When our RetroSix GBA shells arrive we will require that you purchase a modified shell so we can ship inside rather than use a case of a color you might not need.
    • You will need to plug in the battery and supply the GBA internals when received.

    Additional detail

    • USB-C cable not included
    • Works with the Game Boy Advance IPS LCD
    • USB-C rechargeable
    • 1700mAH battery
    • JST battery connector, no soldering required
    • Enhanced power control, no more hot batteries

    LED indicator Key

    • Green + Orange = Battery charging
    • Green Only = Fully charged
    • Green light means there is power from the USB C cable
    Installation

    Follow the steps below to install your CleanJuice battery module:

    • Connect battery to CleanJuice board (only fits in one way so don't worry).

    • If your shell is a RetroSix ABS shell, no need to do anything. If it's regular shell, trim the little stump at the bottom of the battery compartment where the AA batteries usually go so that its flat.

    • Double sided adhesive is applied on both sides to help keep everything in place.

    • Place battery into shell with the wire coming out at the top left corner.

    • Place CleanJuice board in left side first, then push down the right side so that the springs of the CleanJuice make contact with the GBA battery springs.

    • Use a RetroSix USB-C battery cover (sold separately, in various colors), or cut a hole for the USB-C port using a 4mm drill bit and drill 3 holes in the center of the battery cover as shown in the image.

    • Put the back cover on the console, and you are ready to go.

    • Give the CleanJuice a full charge and enjoy well over 14 hours of gaming even with a fully IPS + Audio Amp modded console!

    USB C Drill Guide

    Drill Guide:

    3D print this .stl file to help you drill and file a hold for your USB C female port. Thanks Corey!

    Drill Guide

      Note: Commission may be earned from the links provided above