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Nexus 5 Battery Case - i-Blason vs Limefuel

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I just got an I-Blason. Looks like yoy may actually be able to wirelessly charge although I'm sure it's not recommended. I'm doing some testing now.

Can anyone tell me how this thing is supposed to charge when plugged in? Does it charge the case and the phone in parallel? Does the switch do anything when it's plugged in?
which wireless charger are you using?
 
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which wireless charger are you using?
I'm using a tylt vu. And after more testing I realized that the charge was actually coming from the case, not the tylt. So the tylt won't actually charge it while it's in the I-Blason. Sorry but I'm having a little trouble figuring out just what the I-Blason is doing when plugged into a USB charger and the instructions are horrible.
 
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Considerng getting this Limefuel i currently use the powerglider since it was cheaper and i didnt want to spend tomuch on a case....
Limefuel seems to be the better built product tho
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