Biggest Powerbanks You Can Buy Today
With great power also comes in high capacity power banks.
It may be a long way for technological advancements to have our own portable ‘arc reactor’ just like in MCU’s Iron Man that provides an abundant amount of energy that could even last a lifetime. Welp, in this list however, we will only swing for the current biggest power banks money can buy to keep your devices charged up for longer.
[Author’s Note: All power banks mentioned herein are available in either Shopee Mall or LazMall, and have taken consideration of the product ratings (4 stars and above) as well as the authenticity of the store. Included in this list are power banks that surpass the usual 20,000 mAh tier. are subject to change without prior notice (specs and pricing information gathered as of May 30, 2022).]
VEGER BoostPD 30,000mAh
Kicking off from the 30,000mAh mark, the VEGER power bank supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 and PowerDelivery at 20W. It features multiple charging options with triple USB-A and Type-C outputs, which means you can charge up to 4 devices simultaneously. At the front it has an LED indicator, on top of a matte finished material. The VEGER BoostPD is priced at only Php1,046.28 here.
VEGER BoostPD specsBrand: VEGERModel: VP3008PDCapacity: 30,000mAhWeight: (unspecified)Dimensions: (unspecified)Maximum output: 22WInput/Output: 2x USB-A Output: 5V/2.4A 1x USB-A Output: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A 1x USC-C two-way: 22W PD (Input: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, Output: 5V/3A, 9V/2.2A, 12V/1.5A) 1x Micro-USB Input: 5V/2A
BAVIN PC077 40,000mAh
Who else thought that this brand only offers earphones? Thought debunked as we get to see a 40,000mAh power bank from BAVIN that has four USB outputs and three variety of inputs (micro-USB, Lightning port, and USB-C). The design looks dope with that dot-matrix facade patched onto a white, glossy material and black accents. You may find the BAVIN PC077 here at only Php1,198.
BAVIN PC077 specsBrand: BAVINModel: PC077Capacity: 40,000mAhWeight: 900gDimensions: 17.5×8×4cmMaximum output: (unspecified)Input/Output: 4x USB-A Output: DC 5V-2.1A 3x Input (micro-USB, Lightning, USB-C): AC 100-240V, 50-60Hz
Yoobao H5 50,000mAh
The next one could be a weapon or an emergency tool because not only does it look like an actual block you could use to knock out someone, it also has two built-in LEDs in case you forgot a flashlight. At 50,000mAh tier, it supports Quick Charge 3.0, PowerDelivery and Huawei SuperCharge (SCP) at 22.5W. The Yoobao H5 is available here at only Php2,499.
Yoobao H5 specsBrand: YoobaoModel: H5Capacity: 50,000mAhWeight: ~1110gDimensions: 156mm73mm73mmMaximum output: 22.5WInput/Output: Type-C Input: DC 5V⎓ 3A/9V⎓ 2A/12V⎓ 1.5A Type-C Output: DC 5V⎓ 3A/9V⎓ 2.22A/12V⎓ 1.67A Output1: DC 5V⎓ 3A/9V⎓ 2.22A/12V⎓ 1.67A Output2: DC 5V⎓ 2.4A Output3: 5A/5V⎓ 4.5A/5V⎓ 2.4A/9V⎓ 2A/12V⎓ 1.5A Total Output: DC 5V⎓ 3.6A(OUT1OUT2OUT-C)
Rapoo S50 Pro 50,000mAh
The name of this power bank kinda follows Samsung’s Galaxy naming convention, doesn’t it? The design looks common but it gets the job done with a 50,000mAh battery that supports 18W PowerDelivery and of course, Quick Charge 3.0. It also has two LED lights but it is smaller than the previous one. You may get the Rapoo S50 Pro at Php1,589 here.
Rapoo S50 Pro specsBrand: RapooModel: S50 ProCapacity: 50,000mAhWeight: 1142gDimensions: 1758752mmMaximum output: 18WInput/Output: 2x Input (micro-USB, Lightning): 5V/2A USB-A Output 1: 5V/3A, 12V/1.5A, 9V/2A 3x USB-A Output 2/3/4: 5V/2A
REMAX Solar PowerBank 50,000mAh
The REMAX Solar PowerBank is ridiculously priced at Php339 and it is available here. Ah yes, kinda fishy but won’t you trust the average 4.6 star rating by 4.1K reviews?
REMAX Solar PowerBank specsBrand: REMAXModel: (unspecified)Capacity: 50,000mAhWeight: 240gDimensions: (unspecified)Maximum output: (unspecified)Input/Output: 1x Input (micro-USB): 5V/1A Output 1: DC 5V/1A Output 2: DC 5V/2.1A Solar Charging (under strong sunlight)
TECLAST A60 Pro 57,000mAh
Another blocky power bank comes in with four outputs and two inputs. Up front it has an LED indicator, and can charge up devices up to 22.5W, specifically the ones with Huawei SCP charging capability. The TECLAST A60 Pro starts at Php1,759 here.
TECLAST A60 Pro specsBrand: TECLASTModel: A60 Pro (22.5W fast charging version)Capacity: 57,000mAhWeight: 1223gDimensions: 163mm X 77mm X 63mmMaximum output: 22.5WInput/Output: 3x USB Output: 22.5W fast charge (QC3.0. QC2.0. AFC. FCP. SCP, VOOC, PE2.0. PE1.1) USB Type-C two-way: 18W fast charge（PD3.0. PD2.0. AFC, FCP. QC2.0) Compatible with QC / PD / AFC/ FCP / SCP / VOOC / PE2.0 / PE1.1 Micro-USB Input: 18W (AFC/FCP/QC2.0)
Romoss PEA60 60,000mAh
A widely familiar brand has made it to our list, the Romoss PEA60 packs in a 60,000mAh battery capacity with plenty of ports that can charge four devices simultaneously. As usual, it supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 and up to 22.5W PowerDelivery charging. Take the Romoss PEA60 for only Php2,059 here.
Romoss PEA60 specsBrand: RomossModel: PEA60Capacity: 60,000mAhWeight: ~1322gDimensions: ~L180W83.5H66mmMaximum output: 22.5WInput/Output: Output USB 1 : 5V 3A/9V 2A/12V 1.5A Output USB 2 : 5V 3A/9V 2A/12V 1.5A Output USB 3 (SCP) : 4.5V 5A or 5V 4.5A or 9V 2A or 12V 1.5A Output (Type-c) : 5V 3A/9V 2A/12V 1.5A Input(Type-C): 5V 3A/9V 2A Input(Micro USB): 5V 2A/9V 2A Input(for iPhone): 5V 2A/9V 2A
Mitsushi MF60 60,000mAh
At first glance, I thought it was Mitsubishi lol. This power bank has four USB outputs supporting up to 22.5W PowerDelivery and with a two-way USB Type-C. Pretty crazy. It also has a lanyard for easy carry and two LED lights. The Mitsushi MF60 is priced at only Php1,739 here.
Mitsushi MF60 specsBrand: MitsushiModel: MF60Capacity: 60,000mAhWeight: (unspecified)Dimensions: (unspecified)Maximum output: 22.5WInput/Output: Output USB 1: 5V 3A/9V 2A/12V 1.5A Output USB 2: 5V 3A/9V 2A/12V 1.5A Output USB 3:5V 3A/9V 2A/12V 1.5A Output USB 4(SCP): 4.5V 5A or 5V 4.5A or 9V 2A or 12V 1.5A Output (Type-c): 5V 3A/9V 2A/12V 1.5A Input(Type-C): 5V 3A/9V 2A
Technoamp w/ 130W AC Outlet 64,000mAh
I know. The name has quite a ring to it. They call it, “Your personal wall outlet.” This badass has a maximum output of 130W through its AC output where you can literally plug any home appliance, even your laptop or MacBook via ‘Pass Through charging’. It also has two Quick Charge 3.0 capable USB ports, and a USB Type-C for 36W PowerDelivery. The Technoamp 130W AC Outlet Power Bank is the most expensive from the bunch, with a price tag of Php13,500 and it is available here.
Technoamp 130W AC Outlet Power Bank specsBrand: TechnoampModel: PBAC64Capacity: 64,000mAhWeight: 1785gDimensions: 22015140 mmMaximum output: 130WInput/Output: Input: DC:19V2A Output: AC: 220V 50HZ 130W QC3.0 USB 1 2: 5-6.5V/3A, 6.5-9V/2A, 9-12V/1.5A USB TYPE-C PD: 5V/9V/12V 3A (max)
REMAX RPP-266 80,000mAh
Welp, the one with the largest battery capacity doesn’t have to be the most expensive, right? REMAX has a totally different design implementation with this one as compared to their solar power bank. It has plenty of ports starting with four USB (up to 22.5W on USB1), a two-way USB Type-C 20W, with other two inputs (micro-USB Lightning port). The LED indicator goes back to back with an LED lighting, and there’s a small handle up top. The REMAX RPP-266 is available here at Php2,399.
REMAX RPP-266 specsBrand: REMAXModel: RPP-266Capacity: 80,000mAhWeight: (unspecified)Dimensions: (unspecified)Maximum output: 22.5WInput/Output: USB1 Output: 22.5W USB2/3/4: DC5V-3A Type-C two-way: DC5V-3A, DC9V-2A (input), 20W (output) Micro-USB Lightning port Input: DC5V-2A, DC9V-2A
Yoobao EN1000S 297,600mAh
If only the portability aspect is out of the picture, this honorable mention would dominate the above list. With over 297600 mAh battery capacity, it is literally a power generator that you may casually bring anywhere, and you can literally use a power drill with this thing! Its maximum power output can reach up to 1000W at 220V and it has an LCD digital display for its operational and technical information. It supports up to 60W PowerDelivery and has multiple ports starting with two AC outlets, three USB ports, two USB Type-C, and even a DC output for its cigar lighter.
This massive machine only takes four hours to fully charge through its ‘dual-channel fast charging’ tech where it can reach up to 300W max of charging rate with an Aviation Input port (200W) and the standard DC Input port. Kumusta naman kaya electric bill nito?The Yoobao EN1000S is priced at Php31,500 here.
Yoobao EN1000S specsBrand: YoobaoModel: EN1000SCapacity: 297,600mAhWeight: 11800gDimensions: 192x303x192mmMaximum output: 1000WInput/Output: Input 1: (12-24V)5A 100W (Max) Input 2: (12-24V)5A 100W (Max) Input 3: 16.8 12V 200W (Max) PD Input: 60W Total Input: 100W100W200W (Max) Output AC: (220V/50-60Hz pure sine wave) 1000W Max Output USB-1: 5V-2.4A Output USB-2(3): ((5-12V) 18W max, QC3.0 Built-in Output Type-C1: 5V-4A 9V-2.22A 12V-1.67A Output Type-C2: (5.20V)60W Max Output DC: 12V-10A (Share with cigar lighter) Output Cigar Lighter: 12V-12A
What do you think? Will you ever get one of these massive power banks? Let us know if you will purchase or already have one, and tell us your experience thus far.
Teclast power bank
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Carry this extremely handy and portable, 5200mAh Power Bank Portable Charger for your Teclast X98 Air 3G and stay online 24/7 on your phone. Its 1A output for faster charging makes it a perfect emergency charger to boost your Smart phones when it is required the most. Features Multiple Protection, Auto Power, Over Charge Protection, Grade A Lithium-ion with best safety protection available. Perfect for using in travelling and outdoor activities, Protection for overcharge, over-discharge, overload, and short circuit, Rapid charging and save your power. This cute design emergency charger for Teclast X98 Air 3G is made by best manufacturers in India. Stay connected with your dear ones and be updated with your professional life through your Smart phones and tablets even during long distance travel. This portable power bank is specially designed to meet your charging needs during outdoors and emergencies. The elegant design and structure makes it easier to carry anywhere. The shipping is done in secured packing to make sure you get the product in perfect shape. It comes with LED display for charging along with remaining power status and intelligent charging, over discharging and short circuit protection facility. All these Smart features make this device your perfect companion.
- Temperature Resistance
- Protection from Short Circuit
- Input Over-voltage Protection
- Protection from Incorrect Insertion
- Protection from Output Over-current
- Output Over-voltage Protection
- Protection from Overcharge and Over-discharge
Specifications of 5200mAh Power Bank Portable Charger for Teclast X98 Air 3G.
|Sales Package||1 piece 5200mAh Power Bank Portable Charger for Teclast X98 Air 3G|
|Compatible Model||X98 Air 3G|
|Design||Light weight, Slim Design|
|Input Charge Voltage||5.0 Volt DC|
|Output Voltage||5.0 Volt DC (/- 0.5 Volt)|
|Availability||Available to order|
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|Covered in Warranty||Yes, Manufacturing defects Only|
|Warranty Summary||1 Month Test Warranty|
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|Covered in Warranty||Yes, Replacement Only. No Returns|
|Warranty Summary||10 Days Testing Replacement Warranty|
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|Country of Origin||China|
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To get the most out of a power bank it must be used in the right way. there are some key tips on how to get the best from your power bank.
Power banks are used by a lot of people and they can be essential for providing extra power whilst on the move for mobile phones and other gadgets.
Power banks are easy to use and their operation is easy to master, but there are some pitfalls that can mean they might not be as effective as they might be and provide all the power you want.
By following a few guidelines when using and keeping the power bank, the top performance can be obtained and its life can be extended so it won’t let you down.
Basic power bank usage
Power banks are generally very easy to use, and typically conform to some simple conventions, especially with respect to the connectors.
Normally power bank connectors have separate functions and the two connectors used for these functions are very different, making it easy to differentiate them.
- Micro USB (sometimes mini-USB): Most commonly a power bank will use a micro-USB for being charged. This enables the standard USB A to micro-USB leads to be used to charge the power bank. Often the same lead used to charge a mobile phone or other device can be used.
- USB Type A connector: The larger type A USB connector is used to enable the power bank to charge other devices. This means that standard charging cables supplied with most phones and other devices can be used. Normal USB chargers have a Type A connector from which the charge is supplied.
When using the power bank, it is normally only necessary to connect a powered USB micro connector to it for it to receive charge.
Depending on the power bank capacity, its charge level, and the charger, the ambient temperature, etc., it can take quite a while to complete its charge.
As an example, a 1500mAh rated power bank should take very roughly about the same time as a typical smartphone to charge. For larger power banks, this time can be considerably increased. it may take two three, four. times as long.
Power banks have electronic battery management and this includes a safety cut-off to prevent overcharging and overheating. However, whenever possible, it is best to remove the power bank from charger when it is full. at least avoid leaving it connected long-term after its full.
However when using the power bank to charge electronic devices, the leads need to be connected, and it is normally necessary to use a button on the power bank to enable the charging. This is required because a sort circuit on the output of the power bank could generate a lot of heat and possibly cause the power bank to catch fire or explode.
This prevents keys in s (if the power bank is carried in a ) and other metallic items causing an accidental short circuit, and the output normally has to be enabled before use.
Often the power bank will have a simple LED indicator showing the level of charge it has when charging is enabled, or when it is being charged. These indicators often turn off after a short while to preserve the power bank charge.
Power bank charge capacity
One of the key aspects, when buying a power bank is to ensure that it has sufficient capacity to provide a charge for the device to be charged.
One of the most common uses for power banks is to charge mobile phones whilst on the move when there are unlikely to be any suitable charge points.
With modern mobile phone internal batteries now being able to store large amounts of charge (some are over 2500mAh), it is necessary that the power bank has in excess of this if it is to give the mobile phone battery a full charge.
It is also necessary to remember that the charging process is not 100% efficient. some of the supplied power is dissipated as heat, etc.
As a result the power bank should have a slightly larger capacity than the phone battery if it is to give it a full charge.
If the power bank has a smaller charge capacity than the phone, it will only be able to give it a partial charge. this may be acceptable in some instances if the power bank is only needed to top-up the main phone battery.
Power bank care: usage hints, tips guidelines
In order to get the best from any power bank there are a few guidelines that will help ensure the performance is gained from the power bank for as long as possible.
- Keep at room temperature: The best performance can be obtained from a power bank if it is kept at around room temperature. While this may not be possible all the time, it is wise to use this as a general guideline. The battery technology used in power banks is lithium ion, and these batteries do not like getting excessively cold, or too warm either. One of the key things to remember is that they should not be left in automobiles. In the summer sun the inside of cars can rise to in excess of 50°C, and in winter the cars have no heating when they are not in use, so the temperatures can fall really low in some places. Either scenario is not good for lithium rechargeables.
- Charge before first use: Manufacturers always recommend giving a new power bank a full charge before use. The internal circuits will cut out the excess charge, but it is always wise to get it into a known state before starting to use it.
- Keep the battery charged: This may sound obvious, but the power bank is no use if it is not charged up. It helps to get used to charging it up as soon as possible after it has been used. In this way it will always be ready for use.
- Charge the power bank when not used for period: Lithium ion and lithium polymer rechargeable batteries do not like being left in a fully discharged state for long periods. As batteries will always lose a little charge with time, it is best to periodically recharge the power banks when they have not been used for some while. This means they are ready for use and the battery is kept in tip op condition. The ideal state for a lithium ion battery is neither fully charged or discharged, so if possible keep it in an approximate mid-charge state if it is to be left for a long period.
- Only use power bank in the intended way: This may sound obvious, but a power bank should only ever be used for charging the type of device for which it is intended. Some devices may have different voltages, although if they have a USB connection this would not be the case. Also large devices may draw too much current from a small power bank and the like.
- Keep away from moisture: Power banks are electronic devices, and therefore they do not like water, or even moisture. One key piece of advice when using power banks is to keep them dry at all times. With the amount of power within the power bank, moisture can cause significant damage.
- Don’t keep in or bag with metal objects: In view of the amount of power held within power banks, and the possibility of short circuit, one very important aspect of using power banks is to make sure they are never shorted. Although power banks normally have a button which needs to be pressed to enable the supply on the output, it is always best to be careful and make sure they are never placed in a position where metal objects could short the output. Putting them in a alongside keys is a definite “No No.”
- Don’t drop it: Power banks incorporate circuit boards as well as the battery. Like any other item of electronic equipment they need to be handled with some care. Dropping them can damage the case, the circuit board, or even the lithium rechargeable battery element itself. Take care when handling them.
Power bank rechargeable batteries are very easy to use. With a few sensible precautions they are really accommodating and provide additional charge when you are on the go and don’t have access to mains power.
One of the main points to remember, is to keep them charged. This is sometimes easier said than done, but there is no use having it if it is not recharged as soon as possible after it has been used.