The growing interest in the flexible field of electronics has provided impetus to incorporation of electronic components such as resistors, capacitors, LEDs, sensors, etc. into flexible circuits. Power sources are another significant component of a majority of electronic circuits which need to be integrated in flexible circuits so as to push the bounds of the wearable technology. One way to do this is by using a laminated film to laminate ultra-thin pouch batteries and then bind them to a flexible substrate. During the lamination process, these batteries are exposed to higher temperatures (above 100 °C), albeit for a short period of time, which can result in damage to the battery’s internals. In this study, a Li-ion pouch cell has been laminated using a hot roller lamination process with different conditions of lamination speed and temperature. The laminated batteries have then been subjected to accelerated life testing in presence and absence of static and dynamic mechanical folding so as to investigate the effect of folding on the laminated batteries. Further, the SOH degradation of the tested batteries is computed and has been incorporated in a regression model so as to study the effect of lamination parameters.