Best power banks of 2018 in Australia

Seeing your phone or tablet constantly without energy when you’re not near a power outlet is stressful. Fortunately, there is no shortage of third-party backup batteries. And they come in all sizes and capacities (and price range) to keep the device on when the battery icon starts to go red. And it does not end here. Some power banks are equipped with features such as fast charging, wireless charging, built-in cables, AC adapters, LED flashlights and even the ability to start the car.

With so many options to choose from, how do you know which power bank is right for you? Well, worry no more, for we’ve already gathered our list for the best power bank picks that can be found here in Australia!

1.) Anker PowerCore 20, 100 Power Bank


Perhaps it is one of the most well-known chargers of the power bank that is bought on the Internet because it has been praised by the customers who bought it; The Anker PowerCore 20100 power bank can be the epitome of high capacity portable power banks.

The power capacity of the PowerCore 20100 portable battery charger is certainly in the high capacity range because it has 20,100 mAh of power. It is very useful when it comes to charging smaller devices, such as smartphones, and is still powerful enough to use even when charging larger devices such as tablets.

2.) AUKEY Power Bank 20, 000mAh


If the Anker is not suitable for you, our next option is the Aukey 20.000 mAh battery pack. It has two ports so you can recharge your phone and tablet at the same time and also has a light that shows the amount of battery power left.

The compact design may not be suitable for everyone, but this portable charger should be able to charge the phone and other devices several times with a high capacity cell inside.

3.) iMuto 30, 000mAh Power Bank


If you’re looking for an even larger capacity charger than the previous option, you can opt for the auto Ultra High Capacity laptop charger. It offers a capacity of 30,000 mAh able to charge your average smartphone more than six times and still has some remaining charger.

You can also load some MacBooks and laptops, but you need to make sure that it is compatible with the processing option before buying it. Considering the price, it will be difficult to find a 30,000 mAh battery charger for this small one.

4.) Morphie PowerStation PLUS 


A power bank that has a superior appearance and integrated cable tips for micro USB and Apple Lightning, Mophie PowerStation Plus also has a second USB port to charge a second device, but to get this you need your own USB-C cable. It offers a 2.1A output and intelligent adaptive charging technology, which enables devices to be quickly recharged.

The Mophie PowerStation Plus is not only available in different color options, but also in various capacities. PowerStation Plus Mini has a 4000 mAh battery, while PowerStation Plus XL has a large capacity of 12,000 mAh.

5.) Xiaomi Mi Power Bank Pro 


Xiaomi is totally stepping up their game with their latest Power Bank Pro with a Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 for faster-charging capacities. For now, this type of technology is only compatible with some phones and tablets but allows devices to charge at 9V or 12V, rather than just 5V 2A. Even better, the same power bank can be loaded quickly with a compatible charger, for fast refills.

The unit has a capacity of 10,000 mAh and a USB type-A port only. It also has a USB-C connection, but it only works to charge the power bank, not as an output. It’s totally amazing to know that it can even be charged by a phone. The power bank can also be used to charge compatible laptops using USB-C.

6.) TP-link TL-PB10400


Instead of a flat form factor, the TP-Link TL-PB10400 has a high rectangular shape that measures 89 mm x 44 mm x 44 mm and weighs 241 grams. Although not ideal for slipping into a pocket, this portable charger is well suited to car and bag drink holders.

It packs up a large capacity of 10.400 mAh, with four LEDs to indicate the level of charge. The power bank has two USB ports, one rated for 2A and the other for 1A. It is loaded via micro USB (and includes a cable), with a current of 2A.

A practical feature of the TP-Link is a built-in LED flashlight, which can be activated by holding down the power button.

7.) Belkin MIXIT Power Pack 6600


The Belkin MIXIT power supply has a capacity of 6,600 mAh. It’s lined with a thick but lightweight aluminum case that looks nice but is a bit prone to scratches.

The power bank has two USB ports and a micro USB charging socket. The unit supports a fast 5-volt load, but instead of a single power per port, they share a maximum of 3.4 A. The Belkin power bank can also charge up to 2.4 amps and includes a micro USB cable.

Here’s a quick guide before buying your own power bank:

Usually, power banks are available in three dimensions: small lipstick-style devices that can charge the phone once and costs less, compact units with a mAh of between 5,000 and 10,000 mAh that will offer two or three full charges and can cost around £20, and high-capacity devices that will keep you active for days and days, away from power and that will get you back between £25 and £100.

One of the most confusing things for many people when it comes to determining which power bank they should buy is to find out how fast it is, or rather how fast it should be.

If it’s a small device that fits your pocket with your phone, you may not be so worried about how fast you can charge the phone, but speed is especially important when you want to charge a laptop or tablet, which may Refuse to load slower outputs.

In a confusing way, the term “fast loading” is very used in marketing and does not really mean anything. The least you will see is 5W and we would not recommend it. Although some phones are still sold with a 5W charger, most devices accept more than this.


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