How's your iPhone 5S battery life?

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Considering their product page lists it as iPhone compatible, and it's Griffin, I'm inclined to believe it is a 1-amp charger.
 

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Considering their product page lists it as iPhone compatible, and it's Griffin, I'm inclined to believe it is a 1-amp charger.
I downloaded and installed, from Cydia, iBatteryStatus. When I hook up or disconnect the lightning cable, it tells me charging cycles, mA in battery, mA charged, and wattage of charger. When using the car one, it says 2 watts. When using the home/wall/OEM charger, it says 5 watts. I know it's not amps, but there is definitely a difference.