Review: OutdoorTech 10,000mAh Kodiak Plus Power Bank

Generally speaking, rugged power banks are usually larger. For one reason it’s because they’re built to withstand water and they’re also able to take falls and as a result, they have to have a lot of protection built on them to take heavy damage. Another reason why rugged power banks… Read Full Post

Review: iMuto 20,000mAh Quick Charge 3.0 Power Bank

Charging electronic companies usually make multiple different versions of their power banks because they know that the needs of everyone are different. Some power banks have smaller power capacities and therefore they have smaller sizes and are lightweight; those kinds of power banks aren’t very useful for multiple charges, though.… Read Full Post

Review: DBPower 18,000mAh Jump Starter Power Bank

Portable power is a very reliable thing to have. Of course, I’m talking about a power bank because a power bank is able to charge most of the portable devices that we use on a daily basis like our smartphones, tablets and even laptops. With that said, there are power… Read Full Post

Review: CanBor 22,000mAh Power Bank

Power banks that have very large power capacities also tend to have multiple charging ports and even though these kinds of portable chargers are quite large; they’re very helpful for providing multiple charges. With that said, as alluring as multiple charging ports are, what really matters is what those charging ports… Read Full Post

Review: MAXOAK 13,000mAh Power Bank

We’ve already reviewed two of MAXOAK’s most famous power banks with their 50,000mAh and 30,000mAh portable chargers having not only high power capacities but also being able to charge lots of devices at once. With that said, this power bank from MAXOAK takes a more simple approach because it has… Read Full Post