Top 5 Of 2016 Best Power Bank Battery Units Around Us Available For Affordable Price

The title also notes that we are always talking abut portable battery chargers which already have packing more than enough power inside the banks. To charge your mobile devices, or tablets, when you’re travelling, these power banks are very useful and the best part they play is ultimate. Phones are getting faster every year, but battery life doesn’t seem to grab any better. If you really need to keep your smartphone or tablet or other USB-powered device – going all day, you will definitely need a power bank. We have here put up the 10 best portable chargers available in 2016. Of course these are my collection, there are plenty out there to choose from.

Power banks although comes in all shapes, weights and mAh capacities, from emergency credit-card-sized devices that also offers a quick boost to keep you going until you get home. The ultra-high capacity power banks might charge your phone in exess of 10 times, dealing with several devices to charge. Then there are those able to recharge their own battery using solar power, which could mean you never need charger to backup your devices battery using mains power again. Obviously, that should save you a few quid on the electricity bill – if you have the patience.


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1. Xiaomi 10,000mAh Mi Power Bank


It is that comes from the Chinese manufacturer. Birilliantly designed, and perfectly balancing portability with capacity, the Xiaomi power bank’s feature list and specification is also much bigger than you’d expect. The Xiaomi 10,000mAh Power Bank offers extraordinary vlaue, it’s stronge rival to the Zendure A2 in first place in this chart, although the Zendure will prove easier to get hold in the UK, though, the Mi 10000mAh power bank is worth to check out. Also like to check out: Xiaomi Launches 20,000mAh Mi Power Bank.And Power Strip For Just $24 And US$6 and 1600mAh, 5000mAh here.

2. ZenDure A2 Power Bank


In UK, Zendure’s A2 is one of the best power banks with great mixed value, build and portability with useful capacity. It has a tough competition from the Xiaomi in second place, and that too with a newly upgraded 10,000mAh capacity, lower price point and easier availability in the nation. The Zendure A2 scoops the crown for best power bank available to buy in the UK right now.

3. OnePlus Power Bank


Not only smartphones the OnePlus company is looking at to grab, but also introduced its power bank in 2015. It really take the hook with the launch of OnePlus Power Bank, if it waren’t for the shipping costs it would offer excellent value at £13.99. OnePlus One fans will adore its design, but at the same time you don’t expect to find high-end features such as an LCD display and passthrough charging capabilities at this price-tag, nevertheless the shake-activated LED status lights and auto-on functionality are welcome additions. More importantly, this power bank will keep any smartphone user going all day, all night and far beyond.

4. Anker PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C


This is one of the best power banks available with a very decent high-capacity for fast-charging all manner of USB-connected devices, including USB-C models such as the Nexus 5X and Nexu 6P, and even if you don’t have USB Type-C smartphone now, chances are you will do at your next upgrade. It’s big and heavy, yt remains stylish and easy to use, and currently offers good value at £32.99. It has got things as passthrough charging and an LCD screen, but the LED power wheel is the best implementation to look at, and we appreciate the Anker’s ability to recharge itself in just over eight hours.

5. Intocircuit Power Castle PC13000/PC15000


The new Intocircuit Power Castle PC13000 and the PC15000 banks are nicely designed, representing excellent value and fast, easy charging for your phone and tablet away from the mains. The LCD display is a great inclusion at this very best price-tag. Recommended very well.

There are several other portable power banks available in the market in the UK, U.S., India, Australia, Canada, China etc., and we will cover all of those here at very soon.

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