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Hey guys, I was just wondering if any of you guys could direct me to some good battery packs (preferably on Amazon) that work well with the Nexus 5, one that charges fast and isn't too bulky, also let's try to keep the price under 35 dollars thanks.

Also I'm trying to decide between a battery pack vs a wireless charger, so if you guys think a wireless charger is better for me feel free to leave links to those too.
 
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did a search for nexus 5 battery case-http://www.amazon.com/i-Blason-Google-Nexus-Battery-Case/dp/B00H4PCVQ0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbMHtQqIThI
 
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did a search for nexus 5 battery case-http://www.amazon.com/i-Blason-Google-Nexus-Battery-Case/dp/B00H4PCVQ0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbMHtQqIThI
Thanks! But I don'y really want a battery case, for me they add too much bulk. I like my 2 Slim Armors a bit more. But thanks!
 
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Hey guys, I was just wondering if any of you guys could direct me to some good battery packs (preferably on Amazon) that work well with the Nexus 5, one that charges fast and isn't too bulky, also let's try to keep the price under 35 dollars thanks.

Also I'm trying to decide between a battery pack vs a wireless charger, so if you guys think a wireless charger is better for me feel free to leave links to those too.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2613570

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Hey guys, I was just wondering if any of you guys could direct me to some good battery packs (preferably on Amazon) that work well with the Nexus 5, one that charges fast and isn't too bulky, also let's try to keep the price under 35 dollars thanks.

Also I'm trying to decide between a battery pack vs a wireless charger, so if you guys think a wireless charger is better for me feel free to leave links to those too.
AT&T has the nice wireless Nokia chargers for around $20.
 
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Hey guys, I was just wondering if any of you guys could direct me to some good battery packs (preferably on Amazon) that work well with the Nexus 5, one that charges fast and isn't too bulky, also let's try to keep the price under 35 dollars thanks.

Also I'm trying to decide between a battery pack vs a wireless charger, so if you guys think a wireless charger is better for me feel free to leave links to those too.
If you can wait for the long shipping, I'm enjoying my combo battery pack / wireless charger from deal extreme. There are other models to choose from, of course.
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