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Anker PowerCore 5000 Power Bank

We love this Anker PowerCore 5000, Ultra-Compact 5000mAh External Battery with High-Speed Charging Technology, Power Bank for our iPhones. It charges FAST, super fast, faster than the electrical outlets. But it also needs to itself be charged soon after. In fact, we found that after charging two nearly zero-low battery phones, it needs to be charged. Great tool for travel and long distances where you might not be able to charge those handy little iPhones. It is light and portable.

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​Anker PowerCore 5000 Power Bank Features

The Ultra-Compact Portable Charger

From ANKER, America’s Leading USB Charging Brand

Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology 10 million happy users and countingHigh Capacity

With at least one complete charge for any phone, PowerCore 5000 is perfect for work, travel or at home on the couch.

So small that it’ll sit almost unnoticed in any or bag. Its cylindrical design offers the good capacity-to-size ratio.

Fast-Charging Technology

PowerCore 5000 utilizes two different fast-charging technologies. PowerIQ provides a faster charge to any device up to 2A. VoltageBoost increases output to overcome cable resistance and ensure a consistent top-speed charge.MultiProtect Safety System

Surge protection, short circuit prevention and more advanced safety features keep you and your devices safe.

How will the delivery be done?

We process most of our deliveries by Our Delivery Team.

We recommend you to pay (via Mobile Money. Credit Card Cash on Delivery) for your order in order to take advantage of our Buyer Protection Program.

Some deliveries may be processed through reputed couriers (there is no added cost to this).

What is the estimated delivery time?

Standard delivery time is within 24 hours ( same day ) 4 days however, this may vary by location and even product. Delivery time for products are usually indicated on the product detail page.

Our refund and returns policy lasts 7 days. If 7 days have passed since your purchase, we can’t offer you a full refund or exchange.

To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.

Several types of goods are exempt from being returned. Perishable goods such as food, flowers, newspapers or magazines cannot be returned. We also do not accept products that are intimate or sanitary goods, hazardous materials, or flammable liquids or gases.

Please contact us via any of our contact channels within seven days of delivery and we will ensure you get resolution

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The Ultra-Compact Portable Charger

From ANKER, America’s Leading USB Charging Brand

-Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology

-10 million happy users and counting

With at least one complete charge for any phone, PowerCore 5000 is perfect for work, travel or at home on the couch.

So small that it’ll sit almost unnoticed in any or bag. Its cylindrical design offers a remarkable capacity-to-size ratio.

PowerCore 5000 utilizes two different fast-charging technologies. PowerIQ provides the fastest possible charge to any device up to 2A. VoltageBoost increases output to overcome cable resistance and ensure a consistent top-speed charge.

MultiProtect Safety System

Surge protection, short circuit prevention and more advanced safety features keep you and your devices safe.

What’s in the Box 1 Anker PowerCore 5000 portable charger 1 Micro-USB cable 1 travel pouch 1 welcome guide

PowerCore 5000The Ultra-Compact Portable ChargerFrom ANKER, America’s Leading USB Charging BrandFaster and safer charging with our advanced technology50 million happy users and countingHigh CapacityWith at least one complete charge for any phone, PowerCore 5000 is perfect for work, travel or at home on the couch.Ultra-CompactSo small that it’ll sit almost unnoticed in any or bag. Its cylindrical design offers a remarkable capacity-to-size ratio.High-Speed Charging TechnologyPowerCore 5000 utilizes two different high-speed charging technologies. PowerIQ provides the fastest possible charge to any device up to 2A. VoltageBoost increases output to overcome cable resistance and ensure a consistent top-speed charge.

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12-Month Warranty for Quality-Related Issues

We will take care of all quality-related issues with a REPLACEMENT or FULL REFUND

For Purchases made through other retailers

Other retailers’ after-sales support policies will vary. Please contact the retailer directly for specific guidance on their warranty process.

Unauthorized reselling of Anker products is strictly prohibited7-Day Return PolicyYou may return your undamaged product and packaging within 7 days of purchase to receive a REFUND VOUCHER for any reason. If the reason for return isn’t quality-related, the customer must pay the return shipping costs7 Days Return Policy Terms and Conditions

1 – NO CASH BACK You’ll Receive your refund amount as Voucher within 2- 3 Working Days2 – You Can use Voucher within 30 Days3 – If you make purchase through Authorize Re Seller Shop (Offline) You’ll get refund via store credits only.4 – Once we receive your item, we will inspect it and notify you that we have receive you return item. We’ll immediately notify you on the status of your refund after inspected the return item.5- If we found any issue in return item we’ll notify you, then 7 Days return policy will not applicable. And we send back product to you (Customer). Shipping Cost must pay by customer.6- Any product you return must be in the same condition you received it and in the original packaging. Please keep the receipt.7- The serial number of the Product must be verified first.8- Once your return is received and inspected, we will send you an email to notify you that we have received your returned item. We will also notify you of the approval or rejection of your refund.9- Returns are only accepted within 7 Days of the date of purchase. To be eligible for a return, your item must be in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.10- To process your return, we require a receipt or proof of purchase. You will be responsible for shipping costs.11- You will be responsible for paying for your own shipping costs for returning your item. Shipping costs are non-refundable. If you receive a refund, any shipping costs paid for by Laraib Electronics will be deducted from your refund.12- You should consider using a trackable shipping service or purchasing shipping insurance. We don’t guarantee that we will receive your returned item.13- All returns must include all accessories, documentation, etc., that was originally shipped with the product.

What isn’t cover in 7 Days Return Policy?

1 – If Product OR Packaging is Damage.2 – If Product OR Packaging Have any Scratches.3 – If Product OR Packaging is Dirty.4 – If Complimentary accessories are incomplete or broken.5 – If Authenticity Scratch code is scratch.6- If products is not match to Order Number or Invoice #.7- If Product is match to order/invoice number but serial number of product is not match with our Record/database.8- After 7 Days of Purchase.9- Only regular priced items may be refunded. Sale items cannot be refunded.

Can I use a USB cable other than the one that came with PowerCore 5000?

Yes, other cables can be used to charge your devices with PowerCore 5000. However, to ensure compatibility and the best possible performance, we strongly recommend using your device’s original (OEM) cable, a third-party certified (MFI) cable, or the included cable.

What kind of wall charger should I use to charge PowerCore 5000?

You can safely recharge your powercore in 2-3 hours using a 2 amp or higher output charger. Lower output chargers (such as some phone chargers) will not charge as quickly or reliably.

How long will it take to fully recharge PowerCore 5000?

It takes 2-3 hours to fully charge using a 2A wall charger.

What devices are compatible with PowerCore 5000?

The PowerCore 5000 is compatible with Android, Apple and almost all other devices charged via USB except for iPod nano, iPod Classic, HP TouchPad, Asus tablets and some GPS and Bluetooth devices.

Does PowerCore 5000 work with the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus?

Yes, PowerCore 5000 can charge all iPhones, but an Apple charging cable is not included. Use your device’s original (OEM) cable or purchase a third-party certified (MFI) cable separately.

Is the supplied Micro USB V2.0 cable compatible with Micro USB V3.0 devices, such as Samsung Galaxy S5/Note2/Note3?

Yes, take a close look at the port and you will see the port is divided, insert the none Micro-USB 3.0 plug to the appropriate side and it will work fine.

What’s the output efficiency of PowerCore 5000?

PowerCore 5000’s output efficiency is 60%-70%. Approximately 30% to 40% of the battery capacity is unable to be used because of efficiency complications that affects all electronic devices. These include power lost from circuit heat and voltage conversions from the battery, the charging cable and your device

Can PowerCore 5000 charge other devices while it is being charged?

No, we have disabled this feature due to the detrimental effects it has on the lifespan of external batteries.

My device charges at 1 Amp, will PowerCore 5000’s higher output harm it?

No, the PowerCore 5000 will only supply the maximum output current necessary to charge your device.

Can PowerCore 5000 charge two devices simultaneously?

No, it has only one output port.

What do the LEDs indicate when PowerCore 5000 is charging itself or other devices?

When PowerCore 5000 is charging your device, the LED indicator will stay on displaying the powercore’s remaining power and will turn off when the device is fully charged and not drawing a current. When PowerCore 5000 is being charged, the remaining power of the LED indicators will light steadily; while the next charging LED indicator will flash. They will turn off when the PowerCore is fully charged.

How long will the charge in PowerCore 5000 last without being used?

Generally, our external batteries’ static power consumption is so low it would take between 20 and 36 months to drain completely. However, It is also worth noting that their chemicals will become less active if left unused for extended periods. To extend battery lifespan, discharge and recharge it at least once every 4 months.

Can PowerCore 5000 be used for international travel?

Yes, PowerCore 5000 can be used internationally. Just be sure that your USB wall charger is compatible with the voltage of the country you’re travelling to. The input voltage of an adapter is usually labeled on the adapter itself.

Can PowerCore 5000 be taken on board airplanes?

Yes, all external batteries with a capacity lower than 27027mAh (100 Watt Hours) can legally and safely be taken on board airplanes according to Federal transportation security rules:

Please Note

In March 2017, the governments of the United States and the United Kindom issued orders restricting a variety of different electronics from carry-on baggage when traveling to the USA and UK. The ban is likely to result in difficulties carrying portable chargers from major airports in Africa and the Middle East (with more airports expecting restrictions soon). Therefore, we strongly recommend that you confirm with your airline or airport before traveling with portable chargers to ensure problem-free flying.

Please click here to learn more details about the ban.

What should I do if PowerCore 5000 doesn’t recharge?

Please try a different AC adapter and Micro USB cable to see if that helps. Email us at during your 18-month warranty period if this doesn’t fix the issue.

What should I do if PowerCore 5000 doesn’t charge other devices?

Please try a different charging cable between PowerCore 5000 and your device. Email us at during your 18-month warranty period if this doesn’t fix the issue.

Best Anker power banks: top 5 picks in 2022

Having a good portable power bank could make the difference between getting the call for that dream job and not; between binge-watching your favorite Netflix series during a long flight and staring at the seat in front of you; between conveniently navigating your way through a foreign country and having to gasp ask people for directions.

In other words, having a phone with a dead battery is not fun. Thankfully, we have power banks – an essential accessory for anyone who spends lots of time out and about… or just likes to use their phone snuggled in bed even while it’s charging. And Anker is the company making some of the best power banks on the market.

But what is the best power bank for you? How do you pick one and how do you make sense of all the technical specifications attached to every different model? Worry not as we’re here to help!

  • Anker 737 Power Bank – best overall
  • Anker 733 Power Bank – 2-in-1 wall charger and power bank
  • Anker 525 Power Bank – a more compact solution
  • Anker 633 Magnetic Battery – wireless, for iPhones with MagSafe
  • Anker 511 Power Bank – compact and lightweight
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With all that being said, we’ve compiled here a list of the best Anker power banks to help you choose which one to get for yourself.

Anker 737 Power Bank

The Anker 737 Power Bank is the first one on our list for a reason: it has a huge 24,000mAh battery capacity and on top of that, it allows you to charge three devices simultaneously. The generous 24,000 mAh battery can charge an iPhone 13 completely almost 5 times, a Galaxy S22 – 4 times and a half, or can even charge 1.3 times a MacBook Air with M1 from 2020! That’s an epic amount of battery life you can carry around in a relatively compact form.

But that’s not all this power bank has going for it. It features a Smart Display which shows you important metrics like how much battery it has left, how much time it has until it’s charged, as well as other useful metrics such as Battery Health and battery cycles. If you need ultra-fast charging, you’ll be delighted to learn that the Anker 737 supports 140W fast charging (your device should support that, keep in mind), which can charge a MacBook Pro 16-inch to 50% in just 40 minutes.

Anker 737 Power Bank (PowerCore 24K)

Featuring a 24,000mAh battery capacity: charge up iPhone 13 almost 5 times or a 2021 iPad Pro 12.9 1.3 times.

Anker 733 Power Bank

Another great power bank from the Series 7 power banks by Anker is the 733. It has a 2-in-1 design and can be used as a fast charger when connected to a wall outlet, or as a 10,000mAh battery bank when you’re on the go. And, on top of that, you don’t need a separate power brick to charge the power bank itself! Additionally, it is widely compatible with iPhones, Samsung Galaxy phones, Pixels, and other devices, and can charge 3 devices simultaneously.

And, on top of all of this, the Anker 733 Power Bank features Active Shield 2.0, which ensures there won’t be any issues with temperature: it monitors temperature daily 3,000,000 times! An epic power bank, we might add!

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65W power bank that can also be used as a wall charger. You can charge 3 devices simultaneously. Right now, until November 15, you can get 15% off using code ANKER1111 (apply it in the cart).

Anker 525 Power Bank

If you need a more compact solution, the Anker 525 is a great option. It still has a 20,000mAh battery, so it’s quite capable of delivering enough battery for your phone despite being a more compact option than the ones we listed above.

It may be an older model, but its reliability and compact design are why it is listed as a part of the best Anker power banks that you can get right now. It has a 20W USB-C port which can fast-charge your iPhone, and it also features an 18W USB port for when you need to charge a second device.

Anker 525 Power Bank (PowerCore 20K): save 18

A more compact solution with 20,000mAh. 20W USB-C port to fast-charge your iPhone, and an 18W USB port for a second device. Right now, Anker has a great deal on it and you can save 18 with code WS7DQUI047.

Anker 633 Magnetic Battery

If you’re looking for something different than your standard power bank, the Anker 633 Magnetic Battery is one option to look into. However, keep in mind that you can take advantage of its magnetic capabilities only with an iPhone, which supports MagSafe, such as an iPhone 12 and above. It has a 10,000mAh battery and uses magnets to attach to your iPhone – and charges it wirelessly.

On top of that, it has a built-in kickstand so you can charge your phone and place it in a way that’s easy-to-view – on a table, for example. And, last but not least, it sports a compact and trendy design with multiple color options to choose from.

Anker 511 Power Bank

For an ultra-compact and lightweight solution, we have the 5,000mAh Anker 511 Power Bank. It is relatively smaller, and despite having a bit less in terms of battery capacity, it entices with its compactness. For a little (but much-needed) battery life, the Anker 511 Power Bank is more than enough. And, it is a cheaper solution in case you’re on a budget.

But that’s not all this power bank has going for it. It also has built-in prongs that you can use to plug it into a wall outlet and use it as a charger.

How to choose the best Anker power bank for you

Choosing the best Anker power bank for you is a process that requires you to take into account several aspects:

  • How often do you plan to carry it?
  • How much mAh do you really need?
  • Do you need the power bank to be able to charge simultaneously more than one device?

Let’s address why those (and similar questions to ask yourself) are important. First off, some Anker power banks can be quite heavy (bigger battery capacity, or mAh, means heavier power bank), so if you’re the type of person to carry around a lot of stuff, you should take into consideration the added bulk and weight.

Additionally, you should think do you really need to charge simultaneously three devices, or do you need it only for your phone? Basically, if a power bank can charge more devices at the same time, it will have more ports – and this can make it more expensive. Think about how many ports you need exactly and, if you need it just for your phone, you can go for a solution that has only one port.

On the other hand, the mAh is important to be able to figure out how many charges you will be carrying with the power bank. Each power bank has its battery capacity listed in the specs. The higher the number, the more juice it can store. For example, a more unassuming option (like the 5,000mAh Anker 511) will be able to charge your phone completely just once or one and a half times, depending on your phone’s battery capacity, while big solutions (like 24,000mAh ones) will offer several charges, needed for people with a more busy schedule and more time outside (and heavier phone use when out!).

How we pick the best Anker power bank

The power banks that we listed here are picked across a wide Anker portfolio in order to answer most people’s needs. We’ve selected all-out Anker power banks for busy people and people who need to charge more devices, like phones and smartwatches, simultaneously on the go. But that’s not all – we’ve also thought about people who use their phone less often and would like to just have a piece of mind when out and about so that they won’t run out of battery.

That’s why we’ve picked the best power banks for both use cases. We’ve also taken into account the bulkiness, the extras, the price (for what you get) and even the looks.

We’ve focused our attention on selecting Anker products from the latest series the company has. We want to help you get the most up-to-date experience and the best Anker can offer in terms of design, mAh, fast charging, and added functionality.

Do Anker power banks work with both Android and iPhone devices?

Anker power banks are famous for offering wide compatibility with different devices. All the power banks here (except the MagSafe wireless one) are compatible with Android phones and iPhones. Of course, you need to have a cable with the respective connector to charge your iPhone or Android phone. Most of the power banks listed here come without a cable for your phone, so do check that in the What you get section on Anker’s website for the power bank you have in mind.

On top of that, many of the solutions Anker offers can also charge tablets and, some of them, even laptops.

Are Anker power banks safe for my phones?

Yes. Anker takes safety seriously and virtually all its charging products are equipped with a technology called MultiProtect, which monitors voltages to ensure your devices and you are protected and safe. Additionally, the more expensive power banks we’ve selected include the ActiveShield 2 technology, which also monitors the temperature to prevent overheating when charging. You can read more about Anker’s MultiProtect here.

Review: Anker PowerCore 5000

Mini power banks are the categories within the power bank charging space that is receiving the most attention.

People want a portable charger that takes portability and power to its limits and it makes sense. It’s awesome to have a charger on the go and have the fast charging of a wall charger with it.

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The PowerCore 5000 power bank is an example of the kind of innovation that Mini power banks are starting to unlock now.

Take a read on what makes the PowerCore 5000 so special with the highly portable Mini power bank space of portable chargers.

Other Types of 5,000mAh Power Banks:

Power Capacity:

The PowerCore 5000 is a Mini power bank that is opening new doors to the small-sized portable charger category. If you know about the PowerCoreMini or if you’ve read our post about What’s the Best Capacity for a Power Bank, then you know that Mini power banks hold a lot of capabilities when it comes to power capacity and charging speed.

The PowerCore builds upon what a power bank should have pertaining to its power. The Mini power bank brings a 5,000mAh capacity to the table.

With the 5,000mAh capacity, you no longer just get 1 charge for your smartphone, rather the PowerCore 5000 is capable of charging most smartphones 2 times or over.

Tablets aren’t competitive or really used with a power bank of this capacity, although it will charge a tablet like an iPad about 3/4 of the way through; And well, the power bank can charge a tablet quite quickly as well.

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Output Charging:

The charging speed of this power bank takes portable mini chargers into faster rates by being able to have an Output charging speed at 5V/2.0A.

This means that smartphones that are beyond the 1.0 Amp current of charging can charge faster than 1 Amp and into the higher Amperage categories.

Thus, overall providing a faster-charging experience for all devices that are connected to the power bank. This is why we said that an iPad could charge relatively quick with the PowerCore 5000, because its Output is 2.0A, and the max current that an iPad can accept is 2.4A, so it’ll just default to charging at 2.0A charging speed.

Input Recharging:

Of course, the power bank has a simple One port Output and One port Input system.

The PowerCore 5000 is recharged through a Micro-USB Input port that is capable of recharging at 5V/2A; A charging speed that is faster than most Mini power banks and you can expect a full charge from the power bank in about 3-4 hours.

However, we did say “Capable” of recharging the power bank at 5V/2A, because it depends on what wall charger you use.

If you’re using a wall charger that has an Output of 5V/1A, then the power bank will recharge at that speed. This is why we recommend using a wall charger that has an Output of 5V/2.4A to ensure that you’re getting the fastest recharge speed to your power bank.

  • Higher Power Capacity
  • Faster Output Charging Speed
  • Fast Input Charging Speed

Those are all the improvements that you’re getting with the PowerCore 5000. It’s a newer kind of Mini power bank that improves on the most fundamental things a power bank should be good at.

Similar Power Bank

Size and Weight:

The PowerCore 5000 follows the same distinct design that other Mini power banks follow. The power bank has a cylindrical shape with a length of 4 inches and a width of 1 inch.

So you’ll find that it can be carried in your hand very easily and is definitely prepared for on the go purposes.

However, as small as the power bank is, it’s still bigger than Anker’s premiere PowerCore Mini and other small power banks like the Tylt 3,200 power bank.

Although you can easily hold the PowerCore 5000 easily and put it into nearly any bag, the power bank is not so comfortable in a It’s much wider than most smaller and lower capacity power banks; although it can fit into a. it won’t be comfortable and will be a tight fit.

Functional Components:

Other than the bigger size, the power bank does an all around a great job with its design. The Input and Output ports are on a single side and are clearly labeled.

There are 3 White LED light indicators that show the capacity of the power bank and when they’re on, the power bank looks even more aesthetic.

There’s a power button right next to the LED lights that can be pressed to check the capacity left on the power bank.

The power button is a rarely used, though. When you connect a device to the PowerCore 5000, the power bank automatically begins charging so there’s no need to press the power button.

When there isn’t a device connected to the PowerCore, it automatically turns off in about 5 seconds.

This kind of design should be standard with nearly every power bank because it makes a portable charger so minimalist with how you have to use it and makes the user more carefree and more concerned about using their charging device.

The body of the power bank is plastic with a smooth finish. You would think that the power bank is quite slippery by just looking at it but that’s not the case.

The PowerCore 5000 power bank holds a strong grip that won’t easily slip from your hand, and it’s a great design choice for a power bank that is meant to be held in the hands most of the time. For example, if you’re out playing Pokemon GO, then this power bank is ideal.

Few Parts make a Strong Build

The PowerCore 5000 is what a Mini power bank should be. With compactness comes a strong structure and that goes with the PowerCore 5000.

Although the power bank has a plastic body, it’s quite thick and the power bank is separated into just two pieces that are connected together.

With that said, the slit where the power bank is connected doesn’t even have a place where you can put your nails through.

The Output USB connectors hold onto a charging cable with great grip, which means that moving the power bank won’t make the cable fall out.

The power button is depressed into the power bank enough that it won’t fall out. We even did a press test with a few hundred presses and the power button still functioned the same way as it should.

The weight of the PowerCore 5000 isn’t really a concern. Weighing in at about 5 ounces, it’s heavier than most Mini power bank but it isn’t so heavy that it’ll cause substantial damage if it’s dropped, and it won’t tire you out by simply holding it.

The PowerCore 5000 has the standard safety tech features that prevent the power bank from heating up and causing damage to itself and to the device you’re charging.

There was never a moment that the PowerCore 5000 heated up, and we find that to be a very well built power bank.


Mini power banks tend to be the most reliable type of power banks because of their objective purpose; they’re able to provide an optimal user experience that nearly anyone can rely on.

This is because of their small size and the need for high innovation within a small device is what people expect from a Mini power bank, therefore that’s what companies produce.

The PowerCore 5000 fits into the Mini power bank category but takes the quality just a little further.

The power bank is perfect for taking nearly anywhere and a power capacity that can be relied on for few charges for a smartphone. A charging speed that is nearly as fast as a wall charger.

Put it all together and the PowerCore 5000 Mini power bank takes the small portable charging category to another level of reliability that other charging companies should follow.



A capacity of 5,000mAh, the PowerCore is able to charge some smartphones 2 times and maybe even more.

The charging speeds of the Output and Input are fast at 5V/2.0A, which is one Amp faster than most small power banks.

You can expect relatively the same charging speed that you get from a wall charger with this power bank. Although it’s not usually used to charge tablets, the PowerCore can charge an iPad to an alright capacity and quite fast as well, even though it’s not doing max charge to it.

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Mini power banks follow a certain criterion and the PowerCore accomplishes to follow that criterion by being cylindrical and small so it’s very easy to carry around.

Putting it into any bag is no problem either. It feels great in the hands by providing a surface that doesn’t slip. With all the said, the power bank may be very small, but its thickness is its portable weakness. If you want to fit this power bank into your. it will be very uncomfortable.


The build of the power bank is outstanding with a hard plastic shell and charging components that provide a trustworthy user experience.


The PowerCore 5000 is a power bank that can be relied on for nearly every power bank need because it’s strong in nearly every category.

The nimble portability of the power bank and charging capabilities make this charger one of the most reliable power banks on the market.

Power banks with very high capacities and multiple charging ports are great, but the PowerCore 5000 gives people very high freedom with power and then some more.


Mini power banks do come in all sorts of shapes and sizes but the PowerCore 5000 takes the correct path of what a Mini power bank should be.

Just because a power bank has a higher capacity doesn’t mean that it should be much bigger.

That’s why the PowerCore 5000 is a step in the right direction because it increases its power capabilities such as capacity and charging speed while still providing a great portable experience.

Putting it into your may not be the best option, but for nearly any other portable means, the PowerCore 5000 wins.

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