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Ringke Slim Nexus 5 Case

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Ringke Slim Nexus 5 Case
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The Ringke Slim is one of the thinnest cases available for the Nexus 5, for those minimalists, but it doesn't come without a few compromises. It doesn't fully wrap around the device and leaves the front top and bottom exposed. If dropped the wrong way you won't be protected. I try to avoid these cases as the design makes for an uncomfortable experience while resting on your pinky or finger during one-handed use. It's a nice option in 3 colors. Get this if you want an extremely thin case.

$7.99 on Amazon

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7 Comments

  1. Michael

    12/16/2013 at 7:31 pm

    I purchased a white Spigen case for a Nexus 5. Best money I’ve spent on a case. Fit and finish is probably the the best I’ve seen . All lines and fitting is perfect .The two layer style and thin ergonomics make it a perfect pocket case. Only complaint (smooth edges) but when you have a phone as nice as a Nexus 5 you always hold tight . Definitely recommended

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    • STEVEN

      01/11/2014 at 12:18 am

      Which Spigen? Are you talking about the White Slim Armor? I just hate covering up my elegant phone with a case but it sounds like the clear options only offer minimal protection. Unless phones are made stronger, I don’t know what all the excitement is about plastic vs metal or exclusive colors when everyone says you should put it in a case. Ive never had a case ; Google told me the N5 is sturdy, but it seems the inter webs think you should put a case on it

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  2. Stew McCall

    12/16/2013 at 9:34 pm

    I bought the spigen case with the clear back. Great case but…

    … Makes using the Wireless charger a hit and miss affair but it makes me wonder how many other cases where the case affects wireless charging.

    Maybe it’s a limitation that could make the more expensive Google case worthwhile. It just takes a couple of cases that reduce the Wireless charging to outweigh the cost of having got the $49.99 Google case to start with.

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    • STEVEN

      01/11/2014 at 12:19 am

      Google told me the chargers don’t work with cases. However, Ive read where Spigen said its cases do work with the charger so you might want to contact them. Thats one of my hesitations as I don’t want to waste $50 on a charger that will make me take a phone in and out of a case multiple time a day. I have read reviews were people state they had better success with other wireless chargers

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  3. Cory Gunther

    12/17/2013 at 9:25 am

    Hmm. Yea the Diztronic works for me with wireless charging

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  4. STEVEN

    01/10/2014 at 6:31 am

    The Spigen cases are a lot cheaper on Amazon. For example, the Spigen clear case is under $10 on Amazon. Im planning on getting the White phone and don’t want to cover that with a black case. Ive never had any case but this phone seems more fragile. Which clear case do you guys recommend? I don’t want something bulky though. Its weird as reviewers will call the same case bulky and not bulky. Is Spigen or Ringke a better company/case? Want maximum protection, least bulk while still showing off the white back since Ive never had a white phone

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  5. STEVEN

    01/10/2014 at 6:32 am

    Is this list in order of 1-11 in order of recommendations or are these just randomly ordered

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