Monday , June 26 2017

i-Blason Nexus 5 Battery Case available from Amazon

i-Blason
If the battery life in the Nexus 5 isn’t quite what you were after then this battery case from i-Blason may be just the thing you’re after.

The case adds a 2,500mAh external battery built into a slim slider designed case, which gives full access to all the ports and also includes a kickstand. The external battery will output 5V/500mA and is equivalent to at least a full charge for the 2,300 mAH battery included inside the Nexus 5. The battery case comes with 4 indicator LEDs which will show the drops in power in 25% increments.

iBlason Power leds

The case is listed on Amazon at US$54.95 but will come up at AUD$64.44 at checkout, with Shipping & handling, estimated at around 10-16 business days for delivery, adding an extra AUD$24.61 to the price, for a total of AUD$89.05. The case also includes a One Year Limited Warranty with i-Blason, head on over to Amazon to check it out.

 
Source: i-Blason on Amazon.

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4 Comments on "i-Blason Nexus 5 Battery Case available from Amazon"

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moderndesi
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moderndesi

i will buy the nexus 5 only if this is available in india…is it?…somebody plz tell me….(otherwise htc one seems good)

Phill Edwards
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Phill Edwards

Are the dimensions similar enough to an LG G2 that this case would fit?

Ed
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That picture is all screwy…. The volume rocker is on the wrong side…

vijay alapati
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vijay alapati

My battery life is not great while using lte, but I’m still happy, don’t like to kill the beauty by adding a bulky case. But nice to see option for power users

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