Statik 65W 20,000mAh 3 Port PD Power Bank Review

Statik 65W 20,000mAh 3 Port PD Power Bank









  • 65W Power Delivery USB-C port that can fast charge most laptops, phones and tablets
  • Three input options for recharging
  • Slim design that is easy to hold


  • 65W of Power Delivery can only be used when charging one device at a time
(Last Updated On: August 1, 2023)

Power banks come with all sorts of different capacities and charging power. It’s probably best to go with a high capacity and high power output power bank because they can be useful for charging your phone and laptop.

I’m looking at this Statik 65W 20,000mAh power bank in this review. This is a neat portable charger that can fast charge nearly any device you have, it has a great selection of ports, and the design looks awesome.

Battery Capacity

This Statik power bank has a 20,000mAh battery capacity, so it’s mainly your standard type of high capacity on a charger. This power will be useful for charging most phones to full power about two times or more. When charging tablets or laptops, you can fair a single full charge and possibly have spare capacity to use later.

Overall, the 20,000mAh capacity on this power bank isn’t too special, but it’s a solid amount of power for general usage.

Charging Power

On the output charging side, this Statik power bank has a 65W Power Delivery USB-C port, a USB-A Quick Charge port with an 18W output, and a standard USB-A port with a 15W output.

So the 65W Power Delivery USB-C port is the main reason you’re getting this power bank, and in my test, I was able to charge my Lenovo laptop at about 35W. With the 65W PD port on this Statik power bank, you can charge most USB-C changeable laptops and fast charge most tablets and phones.

The main downside of this charger is that when you’re charging multiple devices simultaneously, the max output of the charger becomes 15W only. So in my testing, when I was charging a Lenovo laptop, I plugged in my Galaxy Note 9 to the USB-A Quick Charge port; this caused my laptop to stop charging, and my Note 9 fast-charged.

Since the max output of the power bank becomes 15W, that’s nowhere near enough power for my Lenovo laptop to charge with. So if you want to charge a laptop from this Statik power bank, you must do it alone to use the 65W of Power Delivery via the USB-C port.


The Statik power bank can be recharged through one of three input ports. I highly recommend using the USB-C port for recharging because it has a 65W PD input speed, but you must ensure you’re using a 65W PD wall charger.

In my testing, I could recharge the power bank 65W via the USB-C port using a VOLTME wall charger. The other two recharging options are via the Micro-USB and Lightning input ports. The Micro-USB input port has an 18W recharging speed, and the Lightning input has a 10W recharge speed.

In my testing, I used a USB-C to Lightning charging cable with a Power Delivery port to recharge the power bank via its Lightning input port; surprisingly, I was able to recharge the power bank at 20W, so the Lightning input is faster than the specifications say it is. The Micro-USB input did charge at 18W, though.


This Statik power bank has a 6.5-inch length, a width of 4 inches, and a thickness of 0.5 inches. The charger weighs 1 pound. So likely won’t fit into your pocket because of its width, but the slim size of this power bank makes it easy to fit into a backpack or purse, and overall, it’s easy to hold. All the charging ports can be found on the same side, and charging will start automatically when you plug a device into the charger.

Also, something that is not charging or size related is that this power bank has a cool-looking design at the front.

Statik 65W 20,000mAh 3 Port PD Power Bank Specs
USB-C Port (Single Port Charging)65W
USB-A Quick Charge Port18W
USB-A Standard Port15W
USB-C Input65W
Micro-USB input18W
Lightning input20W
Size6.5 x 4 x 0.5 inches
Weight1 Pound


The Statik 65W power bank is a welcome addition to the portable charging market, offering 65W of Power Delivery that can fast charge most laptops, phones, and tablets. The option of having three input ports for recharging is convenient. Just one thing to remember is that you can only use the 65W of Power Delivery when charging one device at a time; otherwise, this is a solid power bank.

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