Review: JIGA 10,000mAh 15W Magnetic Wireless Power Bank with Power Delivery

JIGA 10,000mAh 15W Magnetic Wireless Power Bank with Power Delivery









  • Features MagSafe wireless charging directly on the power bank that lets iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 users magnetically attach their phones to the power bank and charge
  • 20W USB-C Power Delivery port and USB-A Quick Charge port
  • Small size and USB-C to USB-C cable included


  • Does not include USB-C to Lightning cable
(Last Updated On: September 29, 2021)


MagSafe magnetic charging has been on the rise ever since the release of the iPhone 12, with the iPhone being able to connect to a magnetic charger and wirelessly charge. This charging tech is excellent because it improves on the most significant fault that wireless charging has, and that would be being able to use your phone while you wirelessly charge it. Charging your iPhone with a MagSafe cable is excellent, but what’s even better is charging it with a MagSafe power bank.

In this review, we’re taking a look at this JIGA 10,000mAh 15W Magnetic wireless charging power bank. This power bank does use MagSafe, but it’s a power bank, so that means that you can place your iPhone on the pad and keeps using your phone as it wirelessly charges.


Power Capacity:

When it comes to a Magsafe power bank, you have to expect it to use a lower power capacity. Otherwise, the charger is going to be too heavy and large. This JIGA power bank has a 10,000mAh power capacity, and this is perfect for charging most phones to full power at least once. In the past, we would have said this is enough power to charge phones two times, but modern phones have larger batteries. Such as how the iPhone 12 Pro Max has a 3,687mAh battery, this year’s iPhone 13 base model has a 3,240mAh battery, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max has a very large 4,352mAh battery.

Power capacity from the power bank is also lost during charging because of the heat generated during conversion, but overall, getting a single full charge for your phone is good enough with this JIGA power bank. Also, you will likely have excess power capacity that you can use later, just not enough for another full charge.

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Output Charging:

There are three ways to charge from this JIGA power bank. You can use the wireless charging pad, the USB-C Power Delivery port, or the USB-A Quick Charge port. The wireless charging can output up to 15W, but it covers the 5W, 7.5W, and 10W speeds. Since you likely own an iPhone, it will charge at 7.5W, but Samsung phones will be able to charge at 10W or 15W depending on what model you have.

Even though wireless charging is the focal point of this power bank, it’s essential to know that wireless charging will be slower than wired charging. So if you want to charge your phone faster, you should opt to use the ports, especially the USB-C Power Delivery port. That’s because the USB-C PD port has a 20W charging that can fast charge your iPhone 12 or iPhone 13 when you use a USB-C to Lightning cable. The power bank does come with a USB-C to USB-C cable, but you have to provide your own USB-C to Lightning cable as the iPhone still uses a Lightning port.

To fast charge Android phones, you can use the included USB-C to USB-C cable.

The USB-A port uses Quick Charge so that it can fast most Android phones.

Input Charging:

Recharging this JIGA power bank is done via the USB-C PD port, and you can recharge the power bank at 18W when you use an 18W or more powerful Power Delivery wall charger.

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Size and Weight:

On top of the Magsafe wireless charging, it’s great that this power bank is so compact because you can place your iPhone on the pad and still easily hold this power bank in the palm of your hands as you still use and charge your iPhone. It has a length of 5.7 inches, a width of 3.9 inches, and a thickness of 1.2 inches. The weight of the power bank is 8 ounces.

Functional Components:


To begin wireless charging on the power bank, you have to press the power button, and there’s a Green LED power light that turns on to show that a device is wireless charging. If you’re not wireless charging a phone, then there are four blue power capacity indicators. The charging pad is at the top of the power bank, and it’s pretty huge. You can’t miss it.

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Structure and Material:

The build quality of the power bank is strong, and there were no faults that we could find. It is made of plastic, so be careful about dropping it onto hard flooring because there’s a chance that it will break like this, and most power banks are not shockproof.


Considering this power bank features wireless charging and fast charging, it does get warm. However, it never got hot, and the warming up of the power bank is entirely normal, mainly because of how small it is.

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Alright, so most phones are now wireless charging compatible, if not all at this point. If you have an Android phone, you can still benefit from the wireless charging this JIGA power bank features as you can still place your phone on top of the power bank and wirelessly charge.



However, you can’t take advantage of the power bank’s magnetic ability, so your Android phone will not attach to the power bank. This power bank ends up being more of a wireless charging pad when using wireless charging. Android users can still make full use of the USB-C and USB-A fast charging ports since the power bank comes with a USB-C to USB-C cable.

iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 users will find this power bank to be more reliable as their phones will still to the magnetic wireless charging pad, and they can still fast charge via the USB-C PD port. Still, they must purchase the USB-C to Lightning cable separately as one is not included in the box.

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The charging power is great, with wireless charging rates going from 15W to 10W, 7.5W, and 5W. The power bank features a 20W USB-C Power Delivery port and a USB-A Quick Charge if you want fast charging.


The power bank is tiny and easy to use with the press of the power button turning on wireless charging.


The charger may get warm during charging, but that’s entirely normal for wireless and wired fast charging.


Android phone users can still use wireless charging but cannot take advantage of the magnetic feature. iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 users can use the wireless charging and magnetic features of the power bank.

JIGA 10,000mAh 15W Magnetic Wireless Power Bank with Power Delivery Specs
Power Capacity10,000mAh
Wireless Charging15W
USB-C Power Delivery Port5V/3.0A | 9V/2.22A | 12V/1.67A (20W)
USB-A Port5V/3.0A | 9V/2.0A | 12V/1.5A (18W)
USB-C Input5V/3.0A | 9V/2.0A
Max Output20W
Size5.7 x 3.9 x 1.2 inches
Weight8 Ounces


This JIGA Magsafe wireless charging power bank is a great way to charge your iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 without having to worry about whether or not your phone is charging. If it’s magnetically attached, it’s charging.

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