Our list of the Best Power Banks in India in January 2019, with the right mix of performance and features. This Top 10 Power Bank list is based on their charging capacity, prices and mAh power capacity. It will help you in choosing the right portable power bank for your mobile phone.
When 10K mAH isn't enough, you scale up to 20000mAH and Xiaomi has another good product to serve your power needs. Like the other 2i model, this one also supports Quick Charge so you can fast charge your devices. Unfortunately, it only works if you are charging one device at a time. If you plug in another device then the maximum it can do is 3.6 Amperes at 5.1 Volts which should charge your devices faster than the normal charger. Again, this larger capacity unit also has a lithium-polymer battery and only gets a 6-month warranty period.
Xiaomi's Mi series of power banks are arguably one of the most popular ones in the market right now and for good reason. They offer dual USB output and are even Qualcomm Quick Charge compatible. The 10000mAH lithium-polymer variant with Quick Charge carries the 2i model number and has a case made out of Aluminium Alloy with CNC machined edges. You only get 6 months warranty with this.
One thing you can be sure of when you purchase powerbanks from Duracell is that they know their batteries. Aside from all the protection circuits which are common in power banks, the Duracell PB10050 allows you to charge the powerbank while simultaneously charing another device via the power bank so you don't have to wait while the power bank is completely charged. Also, this is the only power bank brand that offers a three year warranty period. Lastly, it comes pre-charged from the factory so you can start using it right out of the box.
The good thing about ANKER is that it is one of the brands that uses a custom quick charging chipset that's compatible with a lot of the competing technologies out there. It doesn't support QC 3 but the Intelligent charging technologies sense the capabilities of the device and provide the appropriate voltage and current values. It's certainly a bit more expensive than the other power banks in this list but that's the price you pay for products that undergo more R&D.
If you want to charge three devices simultaneously then the Syska Port 100 is one of the few power banks to support that. Moreover, it even comes with a LED torch light that can come quite handy. The Port 100 even has protection circuits for overcharging and discharge protection. Moreover, it even shunts the current flow when the power bank is self-charging and outputting power at the same time. The warranty period for this unit is also 6 months.
Lenovo isn't a company one would think of when considering a power bank but surprisingly enough, Lenovo has a good portfolio of the same. This model in particular has a capacity of 1300 mAH and takes about 10 hours to achieve full charge. It uses Lithium-Ion batteries and has two USB output ports but without any Quick Charging capabilities. This is one of the few power banks with a 1-year warranty.
The Power Pro 200 is a BIS certified power bank which means it has passed certain stringent certifications laid down by the government. Syska uses Lithium Polymer batteries in the Power Pro 200 and it has two 5V/2.1 A outputs so you can charge multiple devices at the same time. As for warranty, the Power Pro 200 only has 6 months warranty.
Boasting of a life cycles that's greater than 500 charge-discharge cycles, the Intel IT-PB12.5K has a capacity of 12500mAH and makes use of lithium-ion batteries. It has 3 USB ports but we're uncertain whether it can charge using all three ports simultaneously. The good thing about the IT-PB12.5K is that it offers a 1 year warranty.
Weighing in at 227 grams, the Ambrane P-1111 is more or less like your average power bank with Lithium-ion batteries. The good thing, however, is that it uses good quality batteries and has dual USB output. Then there's the one year warranty coverage which is always better than some of the other mainstream brands which only offer 3-6 month warranties. As for protection circuits, it has Over Current Protection, Overcharge Protection, Short Circuit Protection and more.
The Pebble PICO like many of the power banks mentioned in this list pay attention to the protection mechanisms that can be incorporated into the device. It supports dual USB output and is a bit on the heaview side because of that fact that it uses Lithium-Ion batteries. The only other downside is that it only offers a 6-month warranty period.
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