Best Large 13,000mAh – 20,000mAh Power Banks

#1: Anker PowerCore 20100

Power Capacity:

Now that we’re in the bigger league of power banks, this means that there’s much more power capacity to use.

This is the first on our list, the Anker PowerCore 20100. It does a great job with its power capacity because the conversion rate is really good since the power bank uses Panasonic battery cells. As a result, you’re only going to be losing about 1,000mAh – 2,000mAh of power capacity during charging and this means that you’re going to be getting about 18,000mAh of power capacity that you can actually use.

With that power capacity at hand you can charge smartphones numerous times over, and by numerous, we mean about 8 times or more. Overall, if you’re charging ONLY smartphones with this power bank then it can last days or even weeks without it needing to be recharged. Even for tablets, the power capacity can hold up very well, as Mini tablets can charge twice to their full power capacities; and if you’re charging full sized tablets that have a very large power capacity, basically double than Mini sized tablets, then the entirety of the PowerCore 20100’s power capacity can charge it to full.

We placed this power bank first on being the best 13,000 – 20,000mAh power bank because it does such a great job at conversion because of its usage of Panasonic battery cells. With that, it truly makes a difference on how much power capacity you can actually use.

Charging:   Per Port: 5V/2.4A     Max Output: 4.8A

The charging speeds for the PowerCore 20100 are in full throttle. We say this because it’s true since the power bank has 2 Output charging ports that both offer 5V/2.4A. Not only that, but the 2 charging ports can offer 2.4 Amps of charging power at the same time since the Max Output of the power bank is 4.8A. So you can charge 2 iPads at the same time at their max charging speeds, as well as most smartphones if they’re not Quick Charge compatible; this power bank does not feature Quick Charge technology.

With that said, it’s still amazing that it’s able to offer a Max Standard charging speed of 5V/2.4A at the same time from both ports because no matter what you’re charging with this power bank, it will be able to charge at a very fast charging speed.

Recharging: 5V/2.4A

Recharging is done by using the Micro-USB Input port and the max recharging rate is about 5V/2.0A. Although we would have liked for this power bank to use a 5V/2.4A charging rate for a recharge, it does 7-8 hours long recharge time when you’re using a 2 Amp wall charger.

Portability:

Even though the general rule is that the higher the power capacity of the power bank, the bigger it will be. With that said, this doesn’t hold true too strongly with the PowerCore 20100 since the power bank has a length of 6.6 inches, a width of 2.3 inches and a thickness of 0.9 inches. It has a weight of 12.6 ounces. It’s a small enough power bank that you can indeed hold in a single hand if you’re charging only your smartphones, and if you really wanted to, this power bank can even fit into your pocket.

With that said, it’s best to just opt to set it down.

Specs of the PowerCore 20100:

  • Capacity: 20,100mAh
  • Output: 2.4A Per Port
  • Input: 2.0A via Micro USB Input
  • LED Power Indicators: Four-LED status system
  • Size: 6.6 x 2.3 x 0.9 inches
  • Weight: 12.6 ounces
  • 18-month warranty

Read the Full Review Here:

https://www.chargerharbor.com/anker-powercore-20100-power-bank-review/

#2: Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD Portable Charger

Power Capacity:

The power capacity starts at 20,000mAh and the Output power capacity for this PD PowerCore from Anker can change quite a bit depending on what charging option you’re using and how the fast the device is charging. Most of the time you’re going to be able to at least 17,000mAh power capacity and this can lead you to charge smartphones just as much as the PowerCore 20100 can, which is about 7-8 times or more. Tablets can charge about twice if they’re the Mini size and full sized ones will be able to fair a full charge if you’re using the whole power capacity towards them.

However, the most useful part of this power bank is that you can charge either a Macbook or a Chromebook Pixel with it and as a result, the power capacity can charge both of those devices to their max potential.

Charging:    USB Port: 5V/2.4A     USB-C: 30 Watts of Power

The charging speed side of the power bank is one of the strongest portions of it and the most objective. This is because it just uses a single USB Output port and a USB-C port. That’s it. So for those that don’t own any USB-C compatible devices, this power bank isn’t that useful but for those that do, this power bank can extremely helpful as it’s a power bank that offers very fast charging with USB-C.

The USB port charges at a Max standard charging speed of 5V/2.4A, so it can charge nearly any devices that you connect to it at its max charging speed; although it doesn’t have Quick Charge. On the other hand, the main attraction for this power bank is the power delivery that it issues with its USB-C port. This is because the USB-C port, when used with a USB-C to USB-C charging cable becomes an Output port that sends out 30 Watts of power. This is not only enough to charge smartphones that are compatible with USB-C at their max charging speeds, but it’s also capable of charging Macbooks and Chromebook Pixels at fast charging speeds as well.

This makes the PowerCore PD almost like your carrying a wall charger that is powerful enough to charge those Laptops that use USB-C at or near their max charging speeds.

Recharging: 5V/2.4A

The recharging speed is faster than the PowerCore 20100, with its max recharge rate of 5V/2.4A. As long as you’re using a 2.4 Amp wall charger or higher, then this power bank will be able to full recharge within 10 hours. It’s important to remember, though, that the USB-C charging port is also an Input port and that you MUST use a USB-C to USB-A charging cable to recharge the 20,000mAh power bank.

Specs of the Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD Portable Charger:

  • Capacity:            Advertised: 20,000mAh             Real Capacity: 18,000mAh
  • Output:   USB Charging- 5V/2.4A        USB Type-C – 5V ⎓ 3A / 9V ⎓ 3A / 12 V⎓ 2.5A / 14.5V ⎓ 2.1A / 20V ⎓ 1.5A
  • Input: 5V/2.4A Via Micro-USB Input
  • LED Power Indicators: 4 LED Dotted Power Capacity
  • Size: 6.7 x 3.0 x 0.9 inches
  • Weight: 12 Ounces

Read the Full Review Here:

Review: Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD Portable Charger

#3: EasyAcc 2nd Gen. 15,000mAh Power Bank

Power Capacity:

The usual case with power banks that have 3 charging ports is that their power capacities are supposed to be larger because the more devices that you charge at the same time, the more power capacity that is burned. That’s not really the case with the EasyAcc 15,000mAh power bank and us at Charger Harbor feel that is just fine. This is because since there’s such a variety of ways to charge a number of devices that you want, you can control the amount of power capacity that you want to use.

This case, the Output power capacity can fluctuate a lot depending on what devices you’re charging, how many devices you’re charging and what speeds they’re charging at. With that said, if you’re charging 2 devices at the same time, most of the time, then the power bank will average at about 12,000mAh of Output power capacity. This is enough to charge most smartphones about 4 times or more. However, it’s important to remember that if you’re charging 2 or 3 devices at the same time, then the power capacity is being split with those 3 devices.

As a result, if you wanted to charge a Mini tablet to full power, then it’s best to charge it alone. Or if you want to charge a Full sized tablet to its full power capacity, then it’s best to charge it alone as well, so the power capacity isn’t being burned towards another device. Overall, even with its many charging ports, the power bank is still very capable of keeping up with its rather intermediate power capacity.

Charging:      Per Port: 5V/2.4A    Max Output: 4.8A

One of the best parts of this EasyAcc power bank is the charging speed and this is mainly because the power design among the charging ports is fantastic. Each of the 3 charging ports is capable of charging at 5V/2.4A, which is the Max standard charging speed. The Max Output of the power bank is 4.8A. So you can potentially charge 2 iPads at the same time, and have them both be charging at their max charging speeds. Adding another iPads, and charge 3 iPads at the same would put the max charging speed for each port at 1.6 Amps each. That’s not too bad since even when the power bank is being pushed to its limits, the charging speed is still above 1 single Amp.

So if you’re charging 3 smartphones at once, the most likely result is that they’re all going to be able to charge at their max charging speeds or at least close to it. That’s the part that we like the most. This power bank knows what it’s getting itself into and it knows how to handle what is expected from it. Fast charging while still maintaining multiple charging ports.

Recharging      5V/2.0A

If you’re using a 2 Amp wall charger, the power bank will be able to charge at its max charging speed and this will result in a full recharge in 7-8 hours.

Portability:

It’s a moderately large power bank but there’s nothing too big about its dimensions or too heavy for its size; we like to think that it’s the size that it’s mean to be.

This is because the power bank has a length of 5.9 inches, a width of 2.8 inches, and a thickness of 0.8 inches. It weighs 11.8 ounces, so it’s not even pounding, as most 3-port power banks most are. Although, the reason that it’s not too heavy for having 3 charging ports is mainly because of the power capacity. Since the power capacity is quite, this means less installation of battery cells and that means an overall lighter power bank.

Specs of the EasyAcc 2nd Gen. 15,000mAh Power Bank:

  • Capacity:            Advertised: 15,000mAh             Real Capacity: 12,000mAh
  • Output:   Max Output: Per Port: 5V/2.4A | Max Output: 4.8A
  • Input: 5V/2.0A Via Micro-USB Input
  • LED Power Indicators: 4 LED Dotted Power Capacity
  • Size: 5.9 x 2.8 x 0.8 inches
  • Weight: 11.8 Ounces

Read the Full Review Here:

Review: EasyAcc 2nd Gen. 15,000mAh Power Bank

#4: CHOETECH 20,000mAh Portable Power Bank Charger

Power Capacity:

The power capacity of this CHOETECH power banks starts at a high 20,000mAh power capacity and with its 2 charging ports, the Output power capacity is going to change on what the charging speeds of those 2 ports are. This is mainly because one of the charging only offers a 5V/1.0A charging speeds and the other one is a Quick Charge 3.0 port that Outputs speeds of 5V/3A, 9V/2A, and 12V/1.5A. With that said, in our Charger Harbor official review of this CHOETECH power bank, we stated that if you’re using about 2.5 Amps at most during charging, that you’d get about 16,000mAh of Output power capacity.

16,000mAh of power is still a lot of power and a lot can be done with it by charging smartphones lots of time; so much so that you this power bank can last for weeks if you’re only using it to charge smartphones. As for tablets, the best way to charge tablets with this power bank is to charge them alone. This way, Mini tablets will be able to charge to their full battery capacities and still leave the power bank with more power to spare. If you want to charge a Full Sized tablet to its full power then charging it alone is mandatory, however, it will use up the entirety of the power capacity.

Charging:    Port 1: 5V/1.0A  |  Port 2: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A

The charging aspect of the power bank is pretty good and yet there’s nothing too special about it. On one hand, it has a simple USB Port that Outputs 5V/1.0A charging speed and although that’s not a very fast charging speed it does well to keep the Output power capacity pretty high as the conversion rate is better.

However, if you plan to purchase this power bank, the most used port will be the Quick Charge 3.0 port. Not only can Quick Charge 3.0 and 2.0 charge at their max charging speeds; you can also use this port with standard charging devices and they’ll be able to charge at their max charging speed, by even accommodating to charge iPads at their max charging speed of 5V/2.4A.

Recharging:    Input(Micro): 5V/2.4A, 9V/2A | Input(lightning port): 5V/2.4A

There are 2 ways to recharge this power banks and this was mainly done so iPhone users wouldn’t have hang onto a Micro-USB charging cable to JUST recharge the power bank.

With that said, though, even though there are a Micro-USB and Lightning port on the power bank, you can’t use both of the Input ports at the same time to recharge the power bank faster. Although the recharge of both of them are nearly identical by providing a Max standard charging speed of 5V/2.4. If you’re using a 2.4 Amp wall charger or higher, this power bank can be fully recharged in 8-9 hours.

Portability:

It’s a small enough power bank that you could hold it and use it if you wanted to. Although the more likely option that you’re going to be using this power bank is by setting it down and using it, mainly because of its heavy weight.

The length of this CHOTECH power bank is 5.7 inches, it has a width of 2.9 inches, and a thickness of 0.9 inches. The weight is 12.5 ounces. So the portability side of isn’t what makes it one the best power banks, rather its power that it’s capable of providing through its charging and power capacity.

Specs of the CHOETECH 20,000mAh Portable Power Bank Charger:

  • Capacity:            Advertised: 20,000mAh             Real Capacity: 16,000mAh
  • Output:   Port 1: 5V/1.0A  |  Port 2: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A
  • Input:

Input(Micro): 5V/2.4A, 9V/2A

Input(lightning port): 5V/2.4A

  • LED Power Indicators: 4 LED Dotted Power Capacity Indicators
  • Size: 5.7 x 2.9 x 0.8 inches
  • Weight: 12.5 Ounces

Read the Full Review Here:

https://www.chargerharbor.com/review-choetech-20000mah-portable-power-bank-charger/

#5: Anker 2nd PowerCore 20000

Power Capacity:

Yes, we’re right back to Anker and for good reasons too. This is because the 2nd PowerCore 20000 is one of Anker’s newest and very well, their best power bank that they currently have released.

Starting with their power capacity, it doesn’t do as well as its other power banks but to be completely honest, since this power bank has 3 charging ports, it’s going to matter more on a number of devices that you’re charging all at once, and the Max Output that the power bank is outputting. In the review of the 2nd PowerCore, we stated that if the user is charging 2 devices at once with an output of 3.5A of 6.0A being released from the power bank, then the power capacity would be about 17,000mAh. It’s important to remember that this power bank in particular from Anker does not feature Panasonic battery cells, so, therefore, the Output power capacity might not be as good as other Anker power banks.

Of course, the usage of 3 charging ports leaves the amount of power capacity that you can use, very open. If you plan on only charging smartphones, then you can get about 8 or more full charges for most smartphones, and that can lead the portable charger to last weeks without needing a recharge. Charging a tablet isn’t a problem either whether it’s Mini ones that are able to charge twice or Full-sized tablets that can charge 1 full time by using the entire power capacity of the power bank.

Charging:   Per Port: 5V/3.0A     Max Output: 6 Amps

The most useful part of the 2nd PowerCore is the 3 charging ports. Sure, you can charge 3 devices at once, but the real quality is that each of the Output charging ports is able to output 5V/3.0A, this charging speed is nearly close to Quick Charge speeds and even though this power bank doesn’t feature Quick Charge it comes close to reaching it. As a result, Non-Quick Charge and Quick Charge compatible devices will be able to charge near or at their max charging speeds.

Not only is the individual capabilities of the charging ports impressive, it’s also the Max Output that is able to Output 6 Amps at once. So even if you’re pushing the power bank’s charging speeds through their limits with each port; each port will be able to Output 5V/2.0A  at the same time, and that’s still enough charging power to charge most power bank at their max charging speed.

Recharging:     Per Micro-USB Input Port: 5V/2.0A     Max Input: 4A

When we say that this is one the best power banks on the market we mean it. Not only is the power capacity and Output charging impressive, it’s also the recharging that blows us away. This is because the 2nd PowerCore uses 2 Micro-USB Input charging ports. Each of the ports is able to charge at 5V/2.0A and when you’re using the 2 Micro-USB Input ports at the same time, the power bank recharges at 4 Amps. This results in the 20,000mAh being able to recharge in 6 hours or under!

Portability:

It’s best to just set this power bank down and use it. This is mainly because of its rather large dimensions of having a length of 6.2 inches, a width of 2.6 inches, and a thickness of 1.1 inches. The weight is 12.3 ounces. Of course, since this power bank has 3 charging ports and if you plan on charging 2 devices at once or more, then it’s best to set it down.

Specs of the Anker 2nd PowerCore 20000:

  • Capacity:            Advertised: 20,000mAh            Real Capacity: 17,000mAh
  • Output:   Per Port: 5V/3.0A       Max Output: 6 Amps
  • Input:      Both Micro-USB Input Ports: 5V/2.0A       Max Input: 4 Amps
  • LED Power Indicators: 4 LED Dotted Power Capacity Indicators
  • Size: 6.2 x 2.6 x 1.1 inches
  • Weight: 12.3 Ounces

Read the Full Review Here:

https://www.chargerharbor.com/review-anker-2nd-powercore-20000/

#6: Type-C/Quick Charge 13,400mAh Lumsing Power Bank

 

Power Capacity:

The power capacity ranges within this power bank differ quite a bit. With this Lumsing power bank, the power capacity is rather on the low side, but for what’s it’s built for, this power bank does just fine with what it’s got.

Starting out this Lumsing portable charger has a power capacity of 13,000mAh and within our review of this charger, we mentioned 2 very possible alternatives for the Output power capacity. It can either be 11,000mAh or 9,000mAh depending on whether you’re using the 2 Output charging options that are Quick Charge 3.0 and USB-C. If you’re using both at the same time, then it’s very likely that you’ll be using a power capacity of about 9,000mAh and if you’re only using a single charging port then you’re going to fair about 11,000mAh.

With that kind of power capacity, just enough can be done with this power bank. What we mean to say is that it’s great to use with smartphones because it can charge them about 4 times or more. If you’re charging the tablet, then it can fair well with Mini sized ones, and Full-sized tablets can’t fair too well since they’re double the capacity of this power bank.

Charging:   Quick Charge 3.0 Port: 5V-12V/3.0A      Type-C Output: 5V/3.1A

The charging options of this power bank are quite thin and focused. This is because the USB charging port has Quick Charge 3.0 and it will best accommodate those that have Quick Charge compatible devices. With that said, though, the Quick Charge USB port is still able to charge standard charging devices at their max charging speeds.

Then there’s the USB-C port that can be used at an Output port. For it to be used as an Output port, you have to use a USB-C to USB-C charging cable and you have to own a device that actually uses a USB-C compatible device. It has an Output charging speed of 5V/3.1A and that’s basically Quick Charge levels of charging speed.

Recharging:        Micro-USB: 5V/2.5A    Type-C: 5V/2.5A

Recharging can be done through 2 Input charging ports. There’s the Micro-USB one and the Type-C one. Unfortunately, you can’t use both of the Input ports at the same time to charge the power bank double the speed.

Although, both of the Input ports can recharge at the same max rate and that can do by using a Quick Charge wall charger which can do a full recharge within 5-6 hours.

Portability:

It’s a small power bank and even though most of its dimensions are small, this doesn’t mean that it’s going to fit into your pocket. The length is 4.4 inches, it has a width of 4.3 inches, and a thickness of 1.6 inches. So it’s really small that you can easily fit this into your hand, but the thickness of it is really large so fitting it into a pocket is quite impossible. Then there’s the weight that’s nearly a pound at 12.8 ounces.

Specs of the Type-C/Quick Charge 13,400mAh Lumsing Power Bank:

  • Capacity:            Advertised: 13,400mAh             Real Capacity: 9,000mAh – 11,000mAh
  • Output:   Quick Charge 3.0 Port: 5V-12V/3.0A      Type-C Output: 5V/3.1A
  • Input: Micro-USB: 5V/2.5A    Type-C: 5V/2.5A
  • LED Power Indicators: 4 LED Dotted Power Capacity Indicators
  • Size: 4.4 x 4.3 x 1.6 inches
  • Weight: 12.8 Ounces

Read the Full Review Here:

https://www.chargerharbor.com/review-type-cquick-charge-13400mah-lumsing-power-bank/

#7: EasyAcc 20,000mAh Rugged Power Bank

Power Capacity:

Power capacity starts at a hefty 20,000mAh and that can turn into a 16,000mAh of power capacity that you can actually use during charging. Even with the Output power capacity being lower than the initial one, this is actually pretty good since this high power capacity power bank is able to charge lots of different sized devices lots of times.

Smartphones can obviously charge 5 times or more, well that’s for smartphones at least. Then there are the Mini sized tablets that can charge twice to full if you’re using the entirety of the power capacity that this rugged power bank has to offer. Even Full Sized tablets can charge to their full potential if you’re using the entire power capacity.

Overall, for a rugged outdoor power bank, it has a perfect amount of power capacity that can very well last you for days when you’re out camping or hiking. Just make sure that you check the LED Power capacity displays so you’re not too deep into the woods and stuck without power.

Charging:    Port 1 – 5V/2.4A       Port 2 – 5V/1.0A      Total Output – 3.4A

Not many waterproof power banks have their focus on charging power; this goes for their power capacity and charging speeds whether we’re talking about the Output or Input. The EasyAcc rugged power bank does a great job at providing fast charging even when you’re not far from civilization.

The first port offers a Max Standard charging speed of 5V/2.4A, so it can charge standard charging devices at their max charging speeds, so this means that the 2.4 Amp port can charge tablets like iPads at their max charging speed. Then there’s the 5V/1.0A port that is meant to charge smartphones. However, if you’re not using the 2.4 Amp port with a tablet, it’s best to use the 2.4 Amp port by default because it’ll basically cover any device to charge at its max charging speed.

Recharging:    5V/2.0A

All the powering aspects of this power bank are very powerful, expect for the recharge rate. The max recharge of this power bank is 5V/2.0A, and even if you’re using a 2 Amp wall charger to recharge the power bank at its fastest charging speed, it will still take 12 hours to fully recharge it.

Portability:

It’s a large power bank and for a power bank that is built to be waterproof, dustproof and a shockproof, it kind of has to be. It has a length of 6.3 inches, a width of 3.5 inches, and a 1.1-inch thickness. It’s also quite heavy at a weight of 1.2 pounds. Most of the time, you’re either going to be holding it or be placing it into a bag or any container for that matter.

That is mainly because there’s a lack of a place a carabiner and attach the power bank to your backpack while you’re hiking.

Specs of the EasyAcc 20,000mAh Rugged Power Bank:

  • Capacity:            Advertised: 20,000mAh             Real Capacity: 15,000-18,000mAh
  • Output:      Port 1: 5V/2.4A      Port 2: 5V/1.0A
  • Input: 5V/2.0A via Micro USB Input
  • LED Power Indicators: 4 LED Power Indicators
  • Size: 6.3 x 3.5 x 1.1 inches
  • Weight: 1.2 pounds

Read the Full Review Here:

Review: EasyAcc 20,000mAh Rugged Power Bank

#8: RAVPower 20,100mAh Power Bank with Quick Charge 3.0

Power Capacity:

The usual case when you’re charging with a power bank that has lots of charging ports is that the Output power capacity will fluctuate a lot depending on how many devices that you’re charging all at once. With that said, in the reviews for this RAVPower 20,100mAh power bank, we mentioned that if you’re using it moderately, which means that if you’re charging 2 devices with it at most; then this power bank will be able to provide around 16,000mAh – 17,000mAh of power capacity for you to actually use.

These kind of portable chargers are tyrants when it comes to charging devices because it can charge most devices multiple times. Smartphones are VERY easy to charge since you can charge most smartphones about 5-6 times. If you’re charging Mini sized tablets then the power bank can do about 2 full charges. For a fully sized tablet, this power bank will be able to charge those to full, but only if you’re charging a full sized tablet alone so it can take full advantage of the power capacity.

This RAVPower high capacity power bank is able to hand itself very well with its 3 charging ports, since it has lots of charging ports, even if you’re charging 3 devices at once, it can do very well to charge each device to a respectable amount.

Charging:     iSmart Port: 5V/2.4A        Quick Charge port: 5V/2.4A, 6.5V-9V/1.5A, and 9V-12V/1.2A       Type-C (Output):  5V/3.0A

Three options to charge and each of the charging options to charge with this power bank is very fast.

There’s the standard  USB Port that has a Max Standard charging rate of 5V/2.4A and this will be able to charge all your standard charging devices at their max charging speeds. Not only is the iSmart portable to offer a Max charging speed of 5V/2.4A, the Quick Charge port is also able to deliver such a charging speed.

So the Quick Charge port is a Quick Charge port to a certain extent and this is mainly because the max charging rate of it is the only 5V/2.4A. A 2.4 Amp charging rate is fast for standard devices but the max charging speed for Quick Charge is supposed to be 3 Amps with increased Voltage. With that said, though, it’s still Quick Charge regardless since the charging speed can either become 1.5 Amps or 1.2 Amps with increased Voltage. So Quick Charge compatible devices will still be able to charge very quickly.

Then there’s the Type-C charging port that is able to be used as an Output port if you’re using it with a USB-C to USB-C charging cable and with a USB-C compatible device. The charging speed of the Typ-C port being used as an Output port is 5V/3.0A, which is near Quick Charge speeds and you can expect for your USB-C compatible smartphone to charge at its max charging speed, or at least close to it.

Recharging:    Micro-USB Input Port: 5V/2.0A     USB-C Input Port: 5V/3.0A

There are 2 options to recharge the power bank with. It’s either to be recharged using the Micro-USB Input port that can charge at its max speed of 5V/2.0A, so you can use a 2 Amp wall charger if you want to use the Micro-USB Input port to its full potential.

Or you can use the Type-C port as an Input port by using a USB-C to USB-A charging cable with a Quick Charge wall charger, and that way, the power bank will be able to recharge to its full power capacity within 4.5 hours. This is because the max recharge rate from the USB-C port is 5V/3.0A, so the only wall charger that can provide the power to its limit is a Quick Charge USB wall charger.

Portability:

It has a length of 6.8 inches, a width of 3.1 inches, and a thickness of 0.8 inches. It’s large and it’s most meant to be placed down and used; not only because of its big dimensions but also because it weighs 13 ounces.

Specs of the RAVPower 20,100mAh Power Bank with Quick Charge 3.0:

  • Capacity:            Advertised: 20,100mAh            Real Capacity: 17,100mAh
  • Output:  iSmart Port: 5V/2.4AQuick Charge port: 5V/2.4A, 6.5V-9V/1.5A, and 9V-12V/1.2A

USB-C: 5V/3.0A

  • Input: 5V/2.0A Via Micro-USB Input      5V/3.0A Via USB-C Input
  • LED Power Indicators: 4 LED Dotted Power Capacity Indicators
  • Size: 6.8 x 3.1 x 0.8 inches
  • Weight: 13 Ounces

Read the Full Review Here:

Review: RAVPower 20,100mAh Power Bank with Quick Charge 3.0

#9: PowerCore+ 20100 with USB-C

Power Capacity:

This PowerCore+ 20100 is very much similar to the first power bank on this list, the PowerCore 20100. However, the only difference between this version and the normal PowerCore is that this one features a USB-C port that can be used as an Output port and is also used to recharge the power bank by being used as an Input port.

So the power capacity is basically the same as the PowerCore 20100 and Anker has stated that most of the time you’ll be getting an 80% conversion rate with this power bank. This results in the portable charger having an about 16,000mAh of Output power capacity and that’s enough to charge any small devices like smartphones about 6 times or more. Charging larger devices like tablets can do very well, but the best way to charge tablets with this PowerCore+ is to do the charging alone with those kinds of devices. This is mainly because if you’re charging those larger battery capacity devices alone, then the power capacity is being focused in on just that device.

It’s a great power bank that can last for weeks depending on your usage and will definitely last for weeks if you’re charging only smartphones with it.

Charging:  Both USB Port: 5V/2.4A for Each  Type-C: 3A  Max Output: 6A

With the addition of the USB-C port, this power bank has a total of 3 Output charging ports to it and this means that you can charge 3 devices at the same time.

There’s the 2 USB Output charging ports that are basically the same as the ones on the PowerCore 20100, and they’re able to Output 2.4 Amps each. The charging power on the USB-C is 5V/3.0A and you can use it as an Output port just as you would with many other power banks; by using a USB-C to USB-C charging cable. It’s compatible to charge devices that use USB-C to charge and this goes for smartphones AND larger devices like MacBooks and Chromebook Pixel.

With that said, though, just because this power bank can charge Macbooks and Chromebooks doesn’t mean that it’ll charge them at a fast charging speed, or near those devices max charging speed. Altogether, the power bank can Output 6 Amps at once, and that means that even when you’re pushing the charging power to its limits, it can still Output 2 Amps out of each of its charging ports which are still enough to charge most devices at quite a fast rate.

Recharging:  5V/2.4A

Recharging is done through the USB-C port and if you’re using a 2.4 Amp wall charger or higher to recharge the PowerCore+ 20100 power bank, then it’ll be able to recharge to full within 10-11 hours.

Portability:

It’s portable in the way of placing it into a bag and using it once you’re comfortable at your location that you plan on using it. That’s it, plain and simple.

We say that because the PowerCore+ has a length of 7.2 inches, a width of 2.4 inches, and a thickness of 0.9 inches. So not only is it large, the power bank is really heavy at 2 pounds.

Specs of the PowerCore+ 20100 with USB-C:

  • Capacity:            Advertised: 20,100mAh            Real Capacity: 16,080mAh
  • Output:   Both USB Port: 5V/2.4A   USB-C: 3A
  • Input: 5V/2.4A Via Micro-USB Input
  • LED Power Indicators: 8 LED Dotted Power Capacity Indicators
  • Size: 7.2 x 2.4 x 0.9 inches
  • Weight: 2 Pounds

Read the Full Review Here:

Review: PowerCore+ 20100 with USB-C

#10: Lumina 15,000mAh Compact Portable Charger

Power Capacity:

It’s not the highest capacity power bank on this list, bit it’s just enough that it utilizes it well enough. That’s because the power capacity starts at 15,000mAh and can go down to about 11,000mAh – 12,000mAh. It’s with this power capacity that usage is best left to smartphones and smaller sized tablets because it charges smartphones many times over with no problems. If we’re talking about Mini sized tablets then it can give them 1 full charge and still leave about 20% remaining power capacity in the power bank. Charging full sized tablets will take the entire power capacity of this power bank, and even then, you’d still need about 4,000mAh of power to charge them fully.

Charging:  Per Port: 5V/2.4A    Max Output: 4.8A

The Lumina 15,000mAh power 2 Output charging ports and it does a great job at providing lots of power without any compromises. This is because the 2 Output ports are able to Output 2.4 Amps each and best of all, the max output of the Lumina charger is 4.8A. So both of the ports can output of 5V/2.4A charging speed at the same time since when they’re both being pushed to their limits, the max charging speed of 4.8A is reached.

This is a perfect charging speed for charging any USB chargeable device because it will most likely be able to charge it at its max charging speed. Even though this power bank doesn’t have Quick Charge, Quick Charge compatible devices will still be able to charge at very fast rates. Also, you can charge 2 tablets at their max charging speeds at the same time which is 2.4 Amps; ultimately this power bank is capable of the same charging power that the PowerCore 20100 and other portable chargers are able doing.

Recharging:    5V/2.0A

It’s recharged using Micro-USB Input port and you can recharge it at its max recharge rate of 5V/2.0A by using a 2 Amp wall charger; when you do that, then the power bank can be fully recharged in 7-8 hours.

Portability:

Being portable isn’t its strongest point with it being 6.7 inches in length, it has a width of 4.1 inches and a thickness of 0.6 inches. It’s also heavy at a weight of 1 pound. It’s best to set the beast down and use.

Specs of the Lumina 15,000 mAh Compact Portable Charger:

  • Capacity:            Advertised: 15,000mAh             Real Capacity: 12,000mAh
  • Output:  Both Ports: 5V/2.4A    Max Output: 4.8A
  • Input: 5V/2.0A Via Micro-USB Input
  • LED Power Indicators: LED Power Capacity Display in Numeric Value
  • Size: 6.7 x 4.1 x 0.6 inches
  • Weight: 1 pound

Read the Full Review Here:

Review: Lumina 15,000mAh Compact Portable Charger

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