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Top 7 Best Power Banks With 10000mAh


The best portable chargers keep your devices powered while you're on the go. They can charge a variety of consumer electronics, including phones, tablets, Nintendo Switch consoles and even laptops. Because you'll inevitably find yourself out of the house with low battery life, you'll need a reliable portable charger with you to keep your electronics going. Not having one could prove to be extremely inconvenient.




Top 7 Best Power Banks With 10000mAh



We've done a battery (pun intended) of tests on some of the best and most highly rated portable chargers on the market. To that end, we've pulled from both big brands and popular competitors. Our testing involves seeing how fast devices charge and how many full phone chargers each power bank stores. While these specific portable chargers regularly appear on bestseller lists, they're all different in a number of important ways.


A shocking upset for the top slot, Anker (the typical standard-bearer) lost to INIU's 10000 mAh charger. This brick is one of the best portable chargers. Not only did its charging times and speeds sit near the top of the chart, but it's got 2 USB-A output ports to the Anker PowerCore Slim 10000's single USB-A charging port. And since that second port can be the difference between powering a secondary device while you charge your phone (or helping a friend out when they need it), we're giving the INIU the overall nod.


In terms of internal capacity, the Poweradd didn't actually beat the Anker, but was within the margin of striking distance, at 97% to 105%. And that difference isn't worth dinging it over. So, how did the Poweradd stick make it this high on our list of the best portable chargers? It's often the cheapest on this list, typically sitting at around $10.99 (that's almost over half as much as similar chargers). And at 4.4 ounces, it's a touch lighter than the 4.7-ounce Anker PowerCore 5000.


USB-C is no longer the port of the future, it's the port of the day. And while INIU's 20-watt brick is a bit heavy (the second heaviest on this list), its dual-function USB-C port makes it a clear favorite for one of the best portable chargers for those charging with the reversible port. This way, you can both charge it and charge other devices with the same USB-C cables, and you've also got two other USB-A ports for recharging other devices.


On top of that, it turned in the best performance in the 1-hour charging window, bringing our dead iPhone 12 to 81% of its charge. And its 1-hour and 57-minute time to bring that iPhone to a full charge is the second-best of the pack, only off by a minute from the PowerCore Slim 10000. Its high capacity of 20000 mAh also meant it refueled an iPhone more than most of these chargers, with 4.78 iPhone 12 refills.


The best aspect of the PowerCore 5000 is that it hit 19% after 15 minutes, which is 7% above the Miady power banks. There's nothing particularly wrong with this charger, but nothing impressive either. If you got it as a present, you might hold onto it and get a ton of use out of it. If it goes on sale for a deep discount, we wouldn't be against considering it. But at the end of the day, it's low on our list for a reason.


We always look at no-name brands on Amazon with askew looks, and (unlike the INIU power banks) the Ekrist proves our suspicions right. Its main positive features are that its 25,800mAh power supply refueled our iPhone 12 four times, and at 11.2 ounces, it's 1.4 ounces lighter than the 20,000 mAh INIU portable charger. That said, there are other bigger chargers that pack a ton of juice that you should opt for instead.


"I bought this 2 pack to replace my old power bank which was struggling to fully charge my phone more than once. I wasn't expecting too much cause these cost less per unit than other power banks with the same 10000mAh capacity, but I was pleasantly surprised after using them. Both colors look sleek and I can charge my phone up to 3 times from dead or critical battery when the power banks are fully charged."


Be a ports authority: If you hold onto your devices forever, and don't already know what a USB-C port is, you can probably just get whatever fits your price. But if you're the kind who wants faster charging, look for a brick that has PD in its name. The best portable chargers, at least for my money, charge devices the fastest and use the Power Delivery (PD) standard. Also, their USB-C ports mean you can refuel these power banks with the same cords used to charge modern laptops.


Most people could use a USB power bank (also called an external battery pack, backup battery, or portable charger) to keep phones and other devices charged while on the go. The question is, which one best fits into your habits? Some might need only a small battery to give their phone a boost at the end of the day, while those who travel a lot may be looking to power multiple devices over the course of several days. Rather than always having to track down a wall outlet wherever you go, owning a USB power bank allows you to enjoy a conveniently portable (albeit limited) power supply.


Yes! Portable solar power banks are useful for people who enjoy spending lots of time outside, away from traditional power sources. Larger solar banks can be used to store clean energy for use when the sun isn't shining. Both options can be good in emergency situations when the electricity goes out.


There are hundreds of portable battery packs out there, and picking one can be confusing. To help, we've spent years working our way through all of them. This obsession started when I (Scott) lived off-grid in a vintage RV, powered primarily by solar panels. That experience taught me that the key to solar power is good batteries. I had a proper 12-volt battery bank in the bus, but since I was out and about much of the time, portable power was more flexible and let me take energy where I needed it rather than having to be beside a plug. Even if you're not living in an off-grid solar setup, good power banks will come in handy. These are our favorites.


There really isn't a best overall battery charger, because what's best depends on what needs recharging. The best charger for your phone may be useless if you need to charge a laptop. That said, one brand of battery chargers rose to the top during my testing. Nimble's Champ strikes the best balance between power when I need it, weight, and price. At 6.4 ounces, it's one of the lightest on the market, and you'll hardly notice it in your backpack. It's smaller than a deck of cards and can charge two devices at once, one via USB-C, one via USB-A. I've been using this one for several months and rarely leave home without it. The 10,000-mAh capacity has enough juice to charge an iPad, and it can keep my phone running for almost a week.


The Anker PowerCore Slim is tiny, lightweight, and charges most phones very quickly. It can power up an iPhone three times, and the 10,000-mAh battery has no trouble topping off my Fire HD 8 tablet twice. This device should be able to charge as quickly as your phone can handle. I also use this to revive my camera batteries when I'm out and about. All of Anker's chargers come with a nice pouch case as well, which is handy for storing cords.


You get a nice color LCD display that shows how much power you've got left, how many watts are coming in, how many are going out, and a rough guess as to how much longer the battery will last (if conditions remain the same). Recharge times vary depending on whether or not you have the Sherpa wall charger (sold separately), but I was able to get it to recharge in under 3 hours no matter what power source I used. There's also an 8-mm port on the back for attaching a solar panel if you have one. The Sherpa is not cheap at $300, but if you don't need the AC out and can live with a single USB-C (100 watt out, 60 watt in), the Sherpa PD is otherwise the same thing for only $200.


Remembering to take a power bank with you for a night away is a real achievement, but what about your Apple Watch? It may be one of the best smartwatches, but the battery rarely lasts beyond a full day. Finished in durable aluminum, this clever power bank from Otterbox has an Apple Watch charger built in. The rubberized bottom helps it stick to surfaces, and Nightstand mode makes it a handy bedside clock. The 3,000-mAh battery charged my Apple Watch 8 three times, but you can also use the USB-C (15W) to top off your iPhone, making this the perfect portable charger to stow away in your bag or pocket.


This portable charger had no issues fast charging our Pixels, iPhones, and MacBooks. It can be fully replenished in under two hours with the correct charger and supports pass-through charging. The wee OLED display shows remaining power as a percentage and in watt-hours (Wh) and power flow in or out for each port. It is chunky, but it comes with a zip-up case with room for cables.


The standard AA Eneloop batteries hold around 2,000 mAh each, with AAA batteries holding 800 mAh, but you can upgrade to Eneloop Pro (2,500 mAh and 930 mAh, respectively) for more demanding gadgets, or go for Eneloop Lite (950 mAh and 550 mAh) for low-power devices. They come precharged with solar energy, and Eneloop recently switched to plastic-free cardboard packaging.


Solar power banks are an essential item to have as the world continues to go green. These nifty devices are an excellent way to charge your everyday gadgets, including smartphones, cameras, and smartwatches.


Besides, solar power banks charge up without plugging into a main, saving you valuable dollars in electricity costs! Sunlight is all you need to charge up your power bank. Additionally, solar power banks give you a fantastic advantage when you go outdoors.


You can charge multiple gadgets simultaneously with two micro-USB ports and three type-c outputs at your beck and call. The 38800mAh is one of the largest you can ever find for a power bank, whether solar or otherwise.


The power bank has dual USB Type-C ports and a portable flashlight with multiple modes for SOS, intense light, and blinking light. The built-in compass is a thoughtful addition for outdoor use, ensuring you find north regardless of location.


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