5 Best Power Banks

This PowerVersity buying guide is a pick of the 5 best power banks. The best pick is discussed last. The guide starts with the 5th on top of the list.

This best power bank picks highlights the most important features of each power bank. The guide is written to make it easy for you to decide which of the items to buy.

To help you decide which of the power bank to get, I strongly recommend that you take the time to read through the 5 of them discussed.

Here are the 5 best power banks…

5
EasyAcc 20000mAh Power Bank

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Starting my pick of the best power banks, at no 5 is “EasyAcc 20000mAh power bank”.

This power bank has loads of cool features. One of the outstanding of them is its built-in auto charging detection technology. Depending on which device(s) you have plugged in, charging switches automatically to charge each device at all times with the help of the built-in auto charging technology.

The item delivers on both charging capability and numbers of ports. This item has four USB ports that can charge four devices at the same time. Moreover, it charges twice as fast as a standard USB port on your device.

There is one more feature I think will be of interest. It has all-around security protection. This feature effectively prevents devices plugged into the power bank from overcharging, over-current, and short-circuits.

4
GETIHU Ultra Slim 10000 mAh Portable Power Bank

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At no 4 in my pick of best power banks is “GETIHU Ultra Slim 10000 mAh Portable Power Bank”.

GETIHU Ultra Slim 10000 mAh has some exciting features. Firstly, is its portable size. It is very handy and easy to transport. On the other hand, it will charge your iPhone 8 three times, your Galaxy S8 two times, and your mini iPad twice.

Secondly, is its in-built devices protection. There are in-built Li-polymer battery cells that protect your charging devices from overcharging. It also protects your device against a short-circuit charging accident.

Finally, GETIHU Ultra Slim 10000 mAh has a built-in LED flashlight. This can be turned on and off with the power button. It is very useful for travelers and campers.

3
Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD Power Bank

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Taking the 3rd spot in my pick of the best power banks is “Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD Power Bank”.

This device offers fast charging with its triple charging modes. These include an 18W power-delivery USB-C port, powerIQ-enabled USB-A port – (PowerIQ is a fast-charging technology that instantly identifies your device). Thirdly, the trickle-charging mode for low-power devices.

It also offers a rapid recharge when using a USB-C wall charger. This ensures that this item charges your devices faster than the average charger. Unlike other types of power banks that take not less than 8 to 10 hours, this item takes less than 5 hours to charge your devices fully.

Finally, the device is very light. As a result of its lightweight, you can easily hold or slide it into your pocket when you are out and about. Moreover, it is also very easy to pack for travel.

2
RAVPower 26800mAh Power Bank

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“RAVPower 26800mAh” is no 2 in my pick of the best power banks. The device offers some top build quality design and amazing features.

Firstly, it comes with in-built device Protection. Its multi-protection technology combines surge protection, short circuit prevention, and more to keep you and your devices safe.

Secondly, with its 26800mAh capacity, this device can last up to 9 days without needing a recharge. It also offers a maximum output of 5.5A. The RAVPower 26800mAh is the perfect charger to charge 3 devices at once.

Finally, compared to other products, it recharges 2X faster – Its charging technology delivers fast charging that saves 50% recharging time.

1
Anker PowerCore 20100mAh Power Bank

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Taking the 1st spot in my pick of the best power banks is “Anker PowerCore 20100mAh ”.

Anker PowerCore 20100mAh offers fast charging technology. This item has a combination of power-IQ and voltage boost technologies. This ensures that it charges your devices faster than the average charger.

It also offers a 20100mAh battery capacity. With this feature, you can use it to charge your phone thrice or more before recharging the device itself. This makes it useful for long trips and outdoor events.

Finally, this product caps it up with its portable size. This device is very light. As a result of its lightweight, you can easily hold or slide it into your pocket. It is also very easy to pack for travel.

I hope you found this PowerVersity pick helpful?

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Finally, to read more guides like this, visit our Batteries and Power Banks page.

Victor Akin-Ojohttp://powerversity.com
Victor Akin-Ojo is the founder and the Lead Editor of PowerVersity.com. Before he started PowerVersity.com, Victor worked in the IT industry for close to 15 years. He worked mainly as field Engineer on Installation of VSAT, Wimax Technologies, including but not limited to, Power Maintenance Sector for close to 10 years – Designing an electrical installation for Homes, Private and Government Offices and more.
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