Top 5 Best Power Banks in India Right Now
Find the best power bank possible for under Rs 2,000.
Highlights of the Story
- Mi 2i Power Bank is the best overall pick in the market right now.
- Ambrane has a huge 27000mAh power bank.
- Mi Wireless has a built-in wireless charging support.
We all have a time when we are low on battery and have to run for an errand outside. In these situations, we cannot sit and wait for our phones to charge to ample amount to make it function. However, technology brought us a Power Bank to help people who are always on the run or inadvertently low on battery.
But, in the last few years, we have seen a growing amount of brands coming out with their own power banks. This makes it even harder for a user to make a decision to make the best buy. Cashify’s team is here to help you slim down your choices and do the hefty research work for you.
Our team brings in a curated list of the Top 5 Best Power Banks in India right now. Let us take a look at them:
Top 5 Best Power Banks in India
Xiaomi is one of the best selling smartphone manufacturers in India. However, this is not the only electronic product they excel at. They have continuously launched a series of battery banks in India with 10000 mAh, 16000 mAh, and 20000 mAh battery capacities.
However, Mi 2i Power Bank is the best overall pick in the market right now. It is equipped with a Lithium – Polymer 20,000 mAh battery pack. In addition, it has an actual output capacity of around 13000mAh.
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In terms of design, it has a minimalistic design with the output ports and the input port placed conveniently in the bottom portion of the chassis. There is a 4 stage LED status indicator for notifying the battery status at a glance.
Mi 2i takes up to 6 hours to fully power up from empty. The power bank comes with 18W fast charging.
Moreover, the Two-way quick charge support ensures that along with charging your device quicker, the power bank itself can be charged faster from an external power source.
Realme Power Bank
Once again, a smartphone manufacturing brand topping the list of power banks in India. With its success in bringing the best budget smartphones, it does not disappoint with its options in accessories.
It supports 18W fast charging, as many of the current mid-range devices ship with fast charging support out of the box. In addition, the device comes with dual output ports that support Type C and Type-A ports.
However, this Realme power bank comes with a battery capacity of 10000mAh with actual usable capacity lingering somewhere around 7300mAh.
On the other hand, they themselves support fast charging too. It takes about 4 hours to completely juice up the power bank.
Redmi Power Bank
Redmi is a spin-off brand of Xiaomi but has excellent smartphones and accessories available in their own pockets. This power bank is equipped with a Lithium – Polymer 10,000mAh battery pack. However, it has an actual output capacity of around 7000mAh.
This device comes with two output ports that support fast charging supplying power up to 10W. Moreover, the Two-way quick charge support ensures that along with charging your device quicker, the power bank itself can be charged faster from an external power source.
It features two USB type A output ports, a USB type C and a micro USB input port for charging.
This Redmi budget power bank supports 10W fast charging for the battery pack itself.
Mi Wireless is a feature-rich power bank with built-in wireless charging support. As we all know, independent wireless charging pads are a bit expensive at this moment in India. However, investing your money in a battery bank with a charging pad integrated is something interesting to try.
It features a rated capacity of 10000mAh out of which approximately 7000mAh is available for the end-user. Moreover, it also features fast wireless charging support.
If you have a smartphone in hand that supports Qi wireless charging standard, you can charge that device by simply placing it on top of the power bank without connecting any wires or cords.
The power button, four-stage LED battery status indicator, type C input port and the single 18W USB type A output port is located on the button portion of this power bank.
Interestingly, it also has an Intelligent IC protection featuring optimization of the sudden spikes in voltages and smooths it out before delivering to an external device.
This is one of the fewer banks in India with a wireless option and a great pricing point.
Ambrane PP30 Pro
Ambrane is a popular consumable electronics manufacturer in India concentrating on products such as tablets and smart bands. This has a huge 27000mAh power bank that charges a wide range of devices. However, with this device, you will get to charge the devices is about 20500mAh.
It has sufficient power to charge a smartphone with a 4000mAh battery five times and over.
On the other hand, it is charged via a micro USB port. It takes about 5-6 hours to charge the battery completely on this device.
It comes with USB Type-A ports supporting 15W and 18W fast charging each and the Type C port gives an output of 18W. Additionally, it also comes with a LED torch in case you require a flashlight at night.
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