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Any know a good brand for portable battery pack to charge the note?
The ones i have looking into:

1. New Trent iCruiser IMP1000 11000mAh External Battery Pack
http://www.amazon.co.uk/New-Trent-iC.../dp/B004CHMP50
2. Momax iPower Pro 8000mAh Universal Portable Battery Pack
http://www.mobilefun.co.uk/momax-ipo...ack-p33032.htm
3. Just Mobile Gum Plus 4400 mah
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Just-Mobile-...d_sim_sbs_ce_1
 
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I use this energizer one...bought it on eBay for about 30 bucks I think...works very well..

http://www.energizerpowerpacks.com/us/products/xp4001/
 
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I use this energizer one...bought it on eBay for about 30 bucks I think...works very well..

http://www.energizerpowerpacks.com/us/products/xp4001/
Too big for me, wanna small light one and can fit in the jacket.
 
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Why not just get some extra batteries and put them in your wallet

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I'm a Noob, but I would of thought the following would be the best solution
official Samsung products as according to the Samsung manual, none Samsung batteries & chargers may damage your device:

Official Samsung Galaxy Note Holder and Battery Charger


Official Samsung Galaxy Note Replacement Battery:

I'm afraid I'm not allowed to post external links at this time, but if anyone would care to intercede on my behalf and post relevant product link or simply copy&paste to Google search.
 
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Why not just get some extra batteries and put them in your wallet

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I had 3 batteries with mine old Desire and it takes time to charge all 3 full. Note takes 3Hx2= 6H.
This time I wanna try out portable battery pack instead and can also charge other device too if needed.
I never used portable battery pack before and just dont know which brands are good or bad ones.

Anyway, I might go for New Trent one, small/light and 11000mah sounds good. Just the cheap price makes me wonder how good can it be?
 
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Too big for me, wanna small light one and can fit in the jacket.
it's not that big....almost big as the note, but thicker....

I'm not sure how many charges you can get from small ones...
 
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I took delivery of one of these yesterday, look nice, haven't tried it out yet...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000UH46YY
Devices: Nexus 5 - Nexus 7 - Samsung Galaxy Note - Kogan Agora - HTC Desire - XDA Ignito - XDA Orbit 2 - XDA Orbit - XDA Mini S - XDA IIi
 
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ive never tried those personally but the primo charger done very well on this review

http://www.androidpolice.com/2011/08...ole-lot-of-it/

also there is this one , supposedly on a discount :

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00439G3WS/

ive had a tecknet charger but unfortunately either it was a faulty unit or its just like that where it wasnt able to keep up and charge my Desire HD .

keep this thread updated with feedback guys , much appreciated..

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The New Trent line of charges are excellent. You won't regret it.

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