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Review: TeckNet PowerTitan T2 19,200mAh Portable Charger

TeckNet PowerTitan T2 19,200mAh Portable Charger

8.7

Power

8.5/10

Design

8.5/10

Build

9.0/10

Pros

  • Has a high power capacity that can last for days.
  • 3 Charging ports that are very powerful, with each one being able to charge at 5V/3.0A
  • Max Output of 5.4A

Cons

  • It's heavy

More high capacity power banks are beginning to take on a great role in the portable charging space and this is a great thing because they’re able to offer a better charging experience to the masses.

One of the most important aspects of high-capacity portable chargers is that they not only offer a high power capacity that allows them to charge a device or rather, devices many times over.

Also, the charging speeds from the charging ports are usually powerful enough to charge an array of devices that you wouldn’t traditionally be able to charge with a power bank.

With that said, this is the TeckNet PowerTitan T2 power bank that’s on the higher end of the portable charger experience.

Similar Power Banks:

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Power

Power Capacity:

All the power that this power bank has to offer starts at 19,200mAh of power capacity. Since a power bank has 3 charging ports, it does mean that the Output power capacity will change depending on the way you’re using it.

So charging 3 devices at once and pushing the charging power to its limits will result in the conversion to be poorer; while charging 1 or 2 devices at once will result in the conversion being better.

Also, it uses LG batteries that can offer better overall conversion than traditional batteries that are used with portable chargers. All of these traits culminate in an average Output power capacity of about 17,000mAh.

There’s a lot that can be done with a power capacity of 17,000mAh and we don’t just mean charging single devices several times. You’ll be able to charge smartphones plenty of times over, and still, have the power to charge devices like Mini tablets.

Or you can fully charge a Mini tablet and still have power left to charge your smartphone a few times to its full power capacity. So it’s a really great power bank for those long road trips, or if need be, and if you’re really cautious of where it goes, you can take this while you go camping for days.

Just gauge how long you’ll be away from power and we’re sure this power bank will be able to last you for several days.

DevicesTeckNet PowerTitan T2 19,200mAh Portable Charger
(Output Capacity = 17,000mAh)
Phone CapacityTeckNet PowerTitan T2 19,200mAh Left Over Capacity after One Charge

# of Full Charges for the Device
iPhone SE17,000mAh1,624mAh15,376mAh Left Over

10.4 Full Charges
iPhone 617,000mAh1,810mAh15,190mAh Left Over

9.3 Full Charges
iPhone 6 Plus17,000mAh2,915mAh14,085mAh Left Over

5.8 Full Charges
iPhone 6s17,000mAh1,715mAh15,285mAh Left Over

9.9 Full Charges
iPhone 6s Plus17,000mAh2,750mAh14,250mAh Left Over

6.1 Full Charges
Samsung Galaxy S617,000mAh2,550mAh14,450mAh Left Over

6.6 Full Charges
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge17,000mAh2,600mAh14,400mAh Left Over

6.5 Full Charges
Samsung Galaxy S717,000mAh3,000mAh14,000mAh Left Over

5.6 Full Charges
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge17,000mAh3,600mAh13,400mAh Left Over

4.7 Full Charges
Samsung Galaxy S8+17,000mAh3,500mAh13,500mAh Left Over

4.8 Full Charges

Output Charging:

One of the most outstanding parts of the TeckNet PowerTitan T2 is that it uses 3 charging ports.

However, the quality of those 3 charging ports is what makes them great because each of the 3 charging ports can Output 5V/3.0A.

That’s a charging speed really close to Quick Charge, and even though this power bank doesn’t have Quick Charge, it comes close to achieving those charging speeds.

With that said, all that means is the charging speeds are definitely not lacking. This power bank will be able to charge your Non-Quick Charge and USB-C devices at or near their max charging speeds, and this can be extremely useful if you want to charge your tablet at its max charging speed.

You’ll also be able to charge most of your USB-C compatible smartphones at their max charging speeds, which is usually 5V/3.0A.

As we said, before, this power bank does not use Quick Charge, but using it with Quick Charge compatible devices is still going to give them near Quick Charge charging speeds.

You’ll even be able to charge laptops that are charged using USB-C, however, if you want to charge a laptop then you must make sure that you’re well under the Output limit so you’re using enough charging power towards the laptop since it’ll be using a lot of power to charge.

The Output Limit:

Charging speeds hit a roof at 5.4 Amps. So you can really only charge a single device at 5V/3.0A at any one time, not anymore.

That’s not to say the charging is weak because it’s not. If you’re charging 3 devices at once and they’re all max Outputting the power bank to its limits, then each of the 3 charging ports is going to be able to Output 5V/1.8A.

Most of the time, though, you’re going to want to just use 2 charging ports. This is because if you’re charging a very high amperage charging device at 5V/3.0A.

Then you can potentially charge another high Amperage device like a tablet at 2.4A and both of the devices will be charging at their max charging speeds since the Max Output of 5.4A has been reached right at the brim.

Input Charging:

Most of TeckNet’s portable chargers have slow charging speeds or simply recharging methods that aren’t designed too well.

We thought things would change at these kinds of higher power capacities, but they still haven’t since it’s recharged using a single Micro-USB Input port that can recharge at its max charging speed of 5V/2.0A.

So if you’re using a 2 Amp wall charger, or higher then it’ll be able to recharge within a long 13-14 hours.

We would have liked to have seen a modern innovation like the use of 2 Input charging ports.

EasyAcc 26,000mAh Power Bank with 4-Ports

Design

Size and Weight:

With a power capacity as high as it has, this portable charger isn’t actually that large but it is still heavy.

This is because it has a length of 6.1 inches, a width of about 2 inches, and a thickness of 0.9 inches. The weight of the charger is 14 ounces, so it weighs nearly a pound.

Ultimately, it’s still the type of power bank that you could very well hold in a single hand but for the most part, you’re going to want to just set it down and use it.

It’s best to place it into a bag.

Functional Components:

This is where things get interesting because the TeckNet PowerTitan T2 has some features that are very present on nearly every power bank, but some have been altered and there are some additional ones.

On the short side is where you’ll find the 3 USB Output charging ports, the Micro-USB Input port, and a flashlight.

On the long side is where the power button is, and on top of the power, the bank is where there’s an LCD screen that is very well placed that you can barely tell that there’s an LCD screen there.

So the LCD screen just looks like another part of the power bank until it actually turns on.

Charging automatically starts once you connect a device to the charging ports.

This leaves the power button with the function of either being pressed to turn on the LCD screen, or you can use the power button to turn on the flashlight by pressing it twice and pressing it twice again to turn off the flashlight.

One of the very strange features is that you can turn on the LCD screen by shaking the power bank too, now that is a very weird feature but it’s been done with this Lumina 15,000mAh power bank as well.

The LCD features the power capacity in a percentage manner and it also shows how many Amps the power bank is outputting.

Jackery Black420 20,100mAh Power Bank

Build

Structure and Material:

It’s all made of plastic with 3 main pieces that make up the PowerTitan; its main centerpiece and 2 side panels.

Tech:

On the tech side, for something that uses 3 charging ports and a high power capacity, you best think it has safety tech!

The PowerTitan T2 has safety protections like Over-Charging, Short-Circuit, and Surge protection to keep all of your devices and you safe even when it’s being taken to its limits. The use of LG batteries is a really good plus because it improves the longevity of the power bank.

Reliability

Oh yes. You can bet this portable charger is reliable. Most power banks that have high power capacities just end their reliability with their power capacity traits, but not this one.

Not only will the power capacity be used to charge multiple devices, multiple times. You’ll also be able to charge most devices at their max charging speeds; mostly because each of the charging ports can Output 5V/3.0A, near Quick Charge speeds and the Max Output is pretty high at 5.4A.

Then there’s the awesome design that has an LCD screen that accurately displays power capacity and Output charging current.

PowerAdd X7 20,000mAh Power Bank with Two Ports

Summary

Power:

The power capacity is high enough to last for several days, and it has 3 charging ports that each offer very fast charging speeds. Even when you’re using the power bank at its limits, it doesn’t give in.

The recharge speeds could use some work, though.

Design:

A small but heavy portable charger.

The design of it is absolutely beautiful though because it has an LCD that is very well integrated into the body of the portable charger.

You can either shake the power bank itself to turn it on or press the power button. A portable charger usually doesn’t have the ability to tell you the amount of power that it’s using, but this one does.

Build:

A pretty good build but nothing special on the outside. It’s on the inside is where it counts the most because it uses lots of safety tech and LG batteries.

Reliability:

This TeckNet charger goes further within every single one of its areas and for that, it becomes reliable for more devices.

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Specs of the TeckNet PowerTitan T2 19,200mAh Portable Charger:

  • Power Capacity: 19,200mAh
  • Output:

Each Port: 5V/3.0A

Max Output: 5.4A

  • Input: 5V /2.0A
  • LED Power Indicator: Yes
  • Size: 6.1 x 2 x 0.9 inches
  • Weight: 14 Ounces

Conclusion:

We love to see power banks that push the envelope when it comes to offering more than just a pretty high power capacity.

Consumers deserve and need more with the portable chargers that they purchase, and that’s what this PowerTitan T2 offers. Faster charging and a better design scheme will make using this power bank a blissful experience.