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Review: Aibocn Power Bank 10,000mAh External Battery Charger

Aibocn Power Bank 10,000mAh External Battery Charger









  • Has 2 charging ports, with the 2.1A providing fast charging.


  • It's a really large power bank for its power capacity and charging capabilities. It should be smaller to today's standards.
  • You have to press the button to begin charging.
  • Charging speed is not shared between the charging ports.

Here at Charger Harbor, we’ve reviewed lots of 2-Port power banks. Some of these 2 port portable chargers end up being good, and others are built on being mediocre.

If there’s one thing that stands very true is that 2 port chargers are meant to deliver more than just what a 1 port power bank provides because having 2 charging ports means more than just being able to charge 2 devices at once.

It means that it’s able to use better tech, higher power capacity, and faster charging. These types of power banks have more to prove with what they’re capable of.

This is the Aibocn 10,000mAh power bank, with its 2 charging ports; let’s see if it provides the value that it’s built for.

Similar Power Banks:

Anker PowerCore 13000 Portable Charger


Power Capacity:

To start with, the initial power capacity is 10,000mAh, and although that sounds good, the power bank doesn’t do so well with its conversion rate.

Sure, an Output capacity depends on the charging speed and the efficiency of the battery used with the power bank. Still, in this case, there’s nothing special about the battery, and the charging speeds aren’t going to impress unless you’re charging a tablet.

With that said, the power bank can lose about 3,000mAh of power capacity through charging. However, that conversion rate can change depending on what you’re charging and how fast it’s charging.

With an Output power capacity of 7,000mAh that you’ll be getting, the charger does well to charge smartphones.

This is because most smartphones will be able to charge 2 times or more. As for tablets, it’s not the best portable charger to use with a tablet unless you’re using it with tablets that have lower battery capacities like the iPad Mini 2 and 4 versions.

If you want to charge a tablet with this power bank, it’s best to use the entire power capacity and charge the tablet alone with the 2.1A port.

DevicesAibocn Power Bank 10,000mAh External Battery Charger (Output Capacity = 7,000mAh)Phone CapacityAibocn Power Bank 10,000mAh Left Over Capacity after One Charge

# of Full Charges for the Device
iPhone SE7,000mAh1,624mAh5,376mAh

4.3 Full Charges
iPhone 67,000mAh1,810mAh5,190mAh

3.8 Full Charges
iPhone 6 Plus7,000mAh2,915mAh4,085mAh

2.4 Full Charges
iPhone 6s7,000mAh1,715mAh5,285mAh

4.0 Full Charges
iPhone 6s Plus7,000mAh2,750mAh4,250mAh

2.5 Full Charges
Samsung Galaxy S67,000mAh2,550mAh4,450mAh

2.7 Full Charges
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge7,000mAh2,600mAh4,400mAh

2.6 Full Charges
Samsung Galaxy S77,000mAh3,000mAh4,000mAh

2.3 Full Charges
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge7,000mAh3,600mAh3,400mAh

1.9 Full Charges
Samsung Galaxy S8+7,000mAh3,500mAh3,500mAh

2 Full Charges

Output Charging: Port 1: 5V/2.1A   Port 2: 5V/1.0A

The best word to explain the power bank’s charging speed is saying that it’s very average. That’s right.

One of the charging ports can deliver a charging speed of 2.1 Amps, and that’s an excellent charging speed because it’s very close to a Max standard charging speed of 2.4 Amps.

The other port is 1.0 Amp, which is a much slower charging speed. The 2 charging ports come together to a Max Output of 3.1A, but one major problem is also prevalent within other power bank chargers. Charging speeds for each port are fixed, so the 2.1 Amps that come from the 2.1A port can’t be transferred over to the other port.

Make Sure to Choose the 2.1A Port First

This is a problem because if you’re charging 2 smartphones, then one smartphone will be charging at its max speed with the 2.1A port, while the 1.0A port limits the other.

But if the 2.1A port were to have an open circuit and share Amperage that it’s not using with the other port, there would not be a compromise on what device gets faster charging and gets slower charging because both charging ports would be of equal capabilities.

A 3.1A Max Output is nice to have, but there’s no point in having it when the charging ports are limited to what they can provide.

Input Charging: 5V/1.0A

The Input charging is a disappointment, with the power bank only being able to recharge at a max rate of 5V/1.0A. For most power banks with their capacity, the recharge rate is usually 2 Amps, and you can charge the power bank to full in 6-7 hours.

In this case, even if you use a 2 Amp wall charger, this power bank will recharge to full in about 11-12 hours. Aibocn should consider upping their input charging speed simply because a 1 Amp Input is a thing of the past, and people want to use their portable charger ASAP.


Size and Weight

For a 10,000mAh power bank, this charger is too big.

The length is 6.8 inches, it has a width of 4 inches, and the thickness is 1.4 inches. So it’s a large power bank that is the same size as a 20,000mAh power bank.

The weight is also quite heavy at 9.6 ounces. Overall, the size and weight don’t match up the power capacity of the charger.

We understand that the power bank has two charging ports, but it’s supposed to be smaller with its capacity. Just look at the PowerCore 10000 from Anker; it has a power capacity of 10,000mAh, and yet it can fit into a bag or even a pocket.

With its size and weight, it’s not possible to comfortably use this power bank while you’re holding it. So it’s best to place it into a bag and use the charger by setting it down and charging your devices.

Functional Components

The functional parts of the charger are placed in the same general location. The USB charging Output ports are on the charger’s long side, the Micro-USB Input port and flashlight are on the short side. The power button and 4 LED power capacity indicators are on top of the power bank.

Surprisingly, the power button is a major functional part of the power bank because you have to press it to begin charging. The power bank turns off automatically when there is nothing connected to it, though. Also, if you want to turn on the flashlight, you have to double-tap the power button to turn it on.

The flashlight isn’t that bright, and we don’t understand why there’s a need for it, especially with this charger that already has a poor conversion rate.

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Structure and Material

There’s nothing special about the structure of the Aibocn power bank. It’s separated into 3 parts with the main centerpiece and two side panels. The entirety of the charger is made of plastic. It’s going to last long as long as you don’t drop it. Dropping this portable charger wouldn’t bode well for the structure since it’s quite heavy, and the shock during a fall would damage it.


The tech behind it isn’t anything special, much like the rest of the aspects of the charger. This because the power bank uses normal Lithium A-Grade batteries, so it doesn’t have the advantage of Panasonic battery cells.

Although the power bank does take advantage of safety techs like Over-Charge, Over-Voltage, and Short-Circuit protection to make sure your devices and you are safe during charging.

Aukey 10,050mAh Power Bank with Quick Charge


Reliability is quite lower when you put everything together. The power capacity isn’t close to the initial power capacity of 10,000mAh, and the conversion rate can fluctuate quite a lot during charging, so power capacity is all over the place.

The Max Output of the power bank at 3.1A is alright. Still, it would have been even better if both of the charging ports shared their Amperage capabilities because if you’re charging 2 devices with the charger, then there will always be a single device that is connected to the 1 Amp port that will be charged slowly.

If the Amperage were shared between the charging ports, then the charging speed would be much more reliable, and there would be fewer compromises.

The size isn’t very reliable for great portability because the charger is the size of a 20,000mAh power bank, while it’s a 10,000mAh power bank.

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The power capacity can go very well below the initial power capacity because the charger’s conversion rate is very poor. Charging speed means well, but it doesn’t help that each of the charging ports is limited by their charging speeds and that charging power isn’t shared. As a result, you’re always going to have a slow charging device when you’re charging 2 devices at once.


It’s a large power bank that is the size of a 20,000mAh Portable charger, which means that you have to carry it around like a 20,000mAh power bank.


There’s nothing special about the build, with the charger being made of plastic, but the structure is good. On the inside, there’s just the usual safety tech. Unfortunately, it doesn’t use Panasonic batteries.


Reliability isn’t that good when you have most aspects of the power bank being well below what they’re supposed to be. It’s an okay charger when it comes to charging speed, but even then, it’s limited by not having the charging speed be free-range between the ports. For everything else, the reliability is very mediocre.

More Power Banks that have Similar Power Capacities

 Aibocn 10,000mAh Dual Port Power Bank Specs
Power Capacity10,000mAh
USB-A Port 15V/2.1A
USB-A Port 25V/1.0A
Micro-USB Input5V/1.0A
Size6.8 x 4 x 1.4 inches
Weight9.6 Ounces


This 10,000mAh Aibocn power bank means well with its ability to charge 2 devices at once and a max output of 3.1A, but ultimately, it fails to deliver what it’s supposed to.

The power capacity can go down quite a lot during charging, and the Max Output doesn’t mean much if you’re charging 2 devices at once since the 1 Amp port will always be charging at 1 Amp. It’s also large, and it has the size of higher capacity power banks, rather it should be smaller.

Aibocn Power Bank 10,000mAh Phone Portable Charger with Flashlight (White+Black)
  • Exquisite and portable, handheld size but high capacity(10000mAh). Unique Anti-Fingerprints design, more cleanly on its surface when you hold it in any places.
  • Double USB Port (2.1Amp and 1Amp Output), Input: 5V 1.0A, allows for simultaneous charging of your iPad, iPhone, Android, and more at high speed.
  • Intelligent Safety Protection - Supports over-charged, over-discharged, over-voltage, over-current and short circuit protection, more safe to use.
  • Backup flashlight, will be a good helper if you need an emergent light like camping, hiking and any emergency occasions.
  • Any questions and suggestions please contact us firstly, we are willing to make you have a happy experience.