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OnePlus Power Bank 10000mAh Black (Fast PD Charging, 18 W)

The all-new OnePlus Power Bank offers a portable charging solution – fast, compact, and convenient. The powerful 10,000 mAh high-density Lithium-polymer battery fully charges your favorite OnePlus device, including OnePlus 8, 8 Pro, and 8T. Even better, dual USB ports can charge two devices simultaneously, including phones and tablets.

Utilizing 18W Power Delivery Charge, multiple fast charging protocols are supported. The user-friendly power bank also supports safe pass-through charging, allowing you to fast-charge your favorite phone and power bank at the same time. While fast, it’s always safe with multiple built-in safeguards, including 12 layers of circuit protection.

Same great OnePlus design

At a.friendly 225 grams, the sleek power bank is always ready to go. The distinctive 3D curved body provides a perfect, streamlined grip for your essential travel companion. Available in two cool colors (black and green), staying in charge has never been easier.

Double-click the power button to turn on the low current mode to charge low current devices such as Bluetooth headsets and other wearable devices any time.

For both input and output, OnePlus Power Bank 10,000 mAh uses 18W Fast Charging, to achieve significantly faster charging and recharging speeds compared to standard 5W charging. As a result, your power bank can be recharged just as quickly as it can charge your devices.

OnePlus Power Bank is compatible with Power Delivery (PD), Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ (QC), and other mainstream charging protocols.

Additional Information

Tech Specs:

  • Color: Black
  • Material: PC
  • Dimensions: 1507215mm
  • Weight: 226g
  • Input: 5V⎓3A 9V⎓2A max 18W
  • Output: USB-A (Single port): 5V⎓2.4A 9V⎓2A 12V⎓1.5A max 18W, USB-C (Single port): 5V⎓2.4A 9V⎓2A 12V⎓1.5A max 18W, Multi-port: 5V⎓3A max 15W
  • Capacity: 10000mAh
  • Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries

To charge OnePlus 8T: Charging time with normal power bank (5V/2.4A) = 2 hours, 48 minutes, Charging time with OnePlus Power Bank (9V/2A) = 1 hour, 45 minutes, Time saved = 38%

Power Bank recharging time: With standard 5W charger: 7.5 hours, With PD/QC 18W charger: 3 hours, 40 minutes, Time saved = 51%, The data comes from the OnePlus test laboratory. Environmental ambient temperature: 25°C ± 1°C., Test process: Charging commences from 1% with official OnePlus Power Bank 10,000 mAh. The OnePlus 8T screen stays off during the entire charging process., Actual performance experienced by users may vary based on the specific charging environment conditions.

In the Box: Power Bank ×1, Charging Cable ×1, User Manual ×1

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OnePlus Power Bank review: Beautiful and very useful

By Saurabh Singh: Portable chargers aka power banks are the need of the hour. Whether you’re using an Android device or an iPhone, there’s no guarantee when your device will run out of juice. Power banks are size saviours when need arrives, more so because you can’t expect to have a charging port/cable with you at all times. Chinese company OnePlus recently joined the portable charger bandwagon by launching its own 10,000mAh power bank. Is it yet another winner from OnePlus after the critical success that was the One smartphone? We try to find out.

Design and build quality

If you’re familiar with the design aesthetics of the OnePlus One, you’ll find yourself at home with their power bank. And if you liked the OnePlus One’s design, chances are you’ll also love this power bank. Yes, it’s gorgeous; there are no two ways about that.

The sandstone black variant that we got for review looks every bit as classy and premium as the One handset, even more some may say. The design resembles that of a sleek smartphone, and is vastly different from how regular portable chargers in the market look like. In fact, it’s safe to say, the OnePlus power bank is the best looking portable chargers in the market today. Take note though, this one doesn’t have any metal in its body. It uses a polycarbonate body but with the sandstone finish (matte textured) it manages to pass off as a premium device. Similar offerings from Asus and Xiaomi, although metallic, look boring in comparison.

The silvery rims help break the monotony to an extent, and add to the device’s overall appeal. Talking of the dimensions, the OnePlus power bank is rather long in comparison to counterparts, but has a much sleeker frame at 142.8×72.6×16.2 mm. Looking at its weight on paper (220 grams), the OnePlus power is slightly heavier than the Asus Zenpower (215 grams) but it also has a slightly larger 10,050mAh battery. Though in hand the One Plus power bank feels lighter. The One Plus power bank is way lighter than Xiaomi’s Mi power bank 10,400mAh (250 grams). It comes with two full-size USB and one microUSB ports. There are four battery indicator LEDs on the side. There are no buttons. It’s simple and sophisticated, and that’s the beauty of it.


Now you’d be wondering: it looks good, but does it also perform well? A straightforward answer would be yes, but there are a few catches, as you’ll soon find out. As there are no buttons, charging is automatic which is nice, but this is also common with most power banks out there so it’s not something unique. Still, we liked how the indicator LEDs lit up (without delay) on gently shaking the device to show how much of charge remains.

The 10,000mAh battery on-board the OnePlus power bank takes some six and half hours to achieve a full charge, which is not bad at all. Though using a better charger, which can supply 2V or more current, it is possible to charge it at a faster pace. Once you’re done with powering up the power bank, the next step obviously is to charge something. Since the OnePlus power bank comes with two USB ports, you can charge two devices at the same time. The company provides users with a micro-USB cable in the box which should work with most Android and Windows smartphones. For iPhones you’ll of course need to have your own Lightning cable. The device comes with a 10W input and two 10W outputs. If you’re charging a single device, the device will give you a 10W output, however, if you have two devices charging simultaneously, the resultant output will be restricted to 5W from either port.

Charging is automatic and instantaneous. Once it has completely charged your smartphone/tablet it should stop supplying power since it comes with an ‘intelligent stop switch’ that turns off the device to protect it from energy excess, according to the company. That said the stop switch is not one hundred per cent accurate as every now and then we found slight delay in this mechanism.

We were pretty pleased with the OnePlus power bank’s output on the charging front. It charged our devices fairly quickly. In fact, it charged the OnePlus One faster than its accompanying charger. That said, we found counterparts like the Mi power bank having a slight edge over the OnePlus power bank when it came to charging time. The Mi power bank charged a reference device faster than the OnePlus power bank. According to the company, its power bank can fully charge a OnePlus One unit (3100mAh) three times before running out of juice. Actual usage however gave us slightly varying results. While it did charge the One Plus One twice, a third round meant somewhere close to the halfway mark. There’s one more thing to note, you cannot charge both OnePlus power bank and a connected smartphone/tablet at the same time. The OnePlus power bank doesn’t support passthrough charging so you’ll have to separately charge the power bank and/or your device. The Mi power bank on the other hand supports this technology.

Should you buy it?

The OnePlus power bank is a beautiful device to look at. It’s sleek and sexy. It’s every bit as powerful as well, but there are shortcomings. While it should perform all the tasks deemed designated for a power bank quite effortlessly, it is still not the best in the business. In fact, Xioami’s Mi power bank seems to have an edge over it when it comes to charging time and pace, and passthrough charging makes it a better value for money product in comparison. If it’s all about the looks for you, the OnePlus power bank should keep you happy, but if you’re actually looking for a good portable charger that charges quickly, the Mi power bank seems a better deal. Then there’s the pricing. The OnePlus power bank retails at Rs.1,399 while the Mi power bank is available for Rs.999.

OnePlus Power Bank Review – Beauty at its best

While OnePlus is acclaimed for the well-designed OnePlus One smartphone, the company had also launched its own 10000 mAh OnePlus Power Bank, some time back, for the benefit of the users who constantly face battery drain on their smartphones. While the company’s smartphone was a big hit, we find out how good is the power bank. Read our OnePlus Power Bank review below,


The 10000 mAh OnePlus Power Bank follows the design language almost similar to the OnePlus One smartphone. Simply put, the power bank looks and feels too beautiful in the hand and is notches higher than any other Power Bank currently available in the market.

While most of the Power Banks in market look almost similar, the OnePlus Power Bank is designed like a sleek smartphone with a polycarbonate body and a matte textured finish, which gives it a premium look and feel. Interestingly, the power bank has no metal in its body whatsoever except for the silvery rims running across the unit.

Thanks to the design, the OnePlus Power Bank has a very sleek frame measuring hardly 16 mm. However, it is slightly longer in height compared to the other power banks. The device weighs in at around 220 grams making it way lighter than the popular Xiaomi Mi Power Bank.

The OnePlus Power Bank is equipped with two full USB ports and one microUSB port. There are four LED lights on the side which indicate the battery levels. However, there is not a single button present on the device and the device is programmed to start and stop automatically.


The OnePlus Power Bank takes more than six hours to reach 100 percent charge from zero. However, for faster charging, a 2V charger could be employed. Given the presence of two USB ports, the device can be used to simultaneously charge two devices.

The OnePlus Power Bank has a 10W input and two 10W outputs. However, only when a single port is used for charging, would you get 10W output, else the output is shared by both the ports thus effectively give just 5W output.

The OnePlus Power Bank seemingly charged most of the devices fairly quickly. However, the charging time was slightly more than some other power banks. While the company claimed that it could charge any 3000 mAh battery three times, effectively the power bank lasted just for slightly more than two rounds.

The OnePlus Power Bank doesn’t support pass-through charging, which means you cannot charge both OnePlus power bank and a connected device at the same time. This is probably the only major flaw with the device.

Expert’s Rating

We really like the OnePlus Power Bank. If it weren’t for the shipping costs it would offer excellent value at £13.99, and we know OnePlus One fans will adore its design. You don’t expect to find high-end features such as an LCD display and passthrough charging at this price, but the shake-activated LED status lights and auto-on functionality are welcome additions. importantly, though, this power bank will keep any smartphone user going all day, all night and beyond.

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Power banks or emergency chargers are becoming popular companion devices for phones (and tablets) that struggle to make it through the day. OnePlus is the latest company to jump on the portable charger bandwagon, and we’re pleased that it did. Read our OnePlus Power Bank review. Also see: Best power banks.

The OnePlus Power Bank is available to buy from OnePlus’ own site (whenever you want, not just on a Tuesday or any of that malarkey), for £13.99. However, with shipping costs you’ll pay £19.48 for the OnePlus 10,000mAh Power Bank in either Sandstone Black or Silk White. That’s not bad value for a power bank of this capacity, although it’s not in the same ball park as the OnePlus One phone (read our OnePlus One review).

The OnePlus Power Bank is very nicely designed. Slim and lightweight, it’ll feel just like a smartphone when slipped into a OnePlus fans will appreciate the finish – it’s the same material as is found on the rear of the phone itself, rough like a carpet but soft to the touch – and with a matching silver trim these two devices will look great side by side. No carry case is supplied in the box, but it really doesn’t feel as though this power bank would require one.

Not that you have to use the OnePlus Power Bank with a OnePlus One phone. There’s a Micro-USB cable in the box, which should suit most Android- and Windows Phones, and if you’re using an iPhone you simply need to supply your own Lightning cable.

There are no buttons, keeping things simple. A gentle shake activates the four blue LEDs on the right edge, alerting you to how much power remains, while charging is automatic. Attach your phone or tablet and the OnePlus will instantly begin charging it. Once the device’s battery is full the OnePlus is supposed to stop pumping out the power, preventing any being wasted. Unfortunately, we found this wasn’t the case with our HTC Desire Eye – it stopped charging, but the OnePlus didn’t switch itself off.

Charging is fast, too. With a 10W input and two 10W outputs, you’ll probably charge your phone faster from the OnePlus than you would the charger it shipped with, and it’ll refill its own battery in around six hours. Do note, though, that 10W is the max power output for the OnePlus Power Bank – if you’re using both ports at once just 5W will be available from each, and some tablets – usually iPads – can stubbornly refuse to charge under such conditions. Also see: How to charge your phone or tablet faster.

Our only real gripe is that the OnePlus Power Bank doesn’t support passthrough charging, so when both phone and power bank batteries are depleted you’ll need to separately refill them. To be fair, though, passthrough charging is a high-end feature that’s rarely found at this price. Also see: Best MiFi 2016.

OnePlus claims an efficiency of “more than 80 percent” (that’s good – most power banks average 70 percent, with some energy lost through voltage conversion and heat generated) and says that its 10,000mAh Power Bank will recharge a OnePlus One three times. Given that the OnePlus One has a battery capacity of 3100mAh, it’s unlikely that you actually can achieve three full charges – although you will get close. Unfortunately, we have already given away our OnePlus One as a competition prize and are unable to check this. Also see: How to improve smartphone battery life.

As with most power banks, OnePlus says there is a multitude of safety features built into its Power Bank, with safeguards against overcharging, overheating and short circuits. Also see: Best desktop chargers.

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