The 5 Best Power Banks To Keep Your Devices Running


Shop for one that suits your lifestyle!



How many times have you found your smartphone running out of juice while you’re out and about and without access to a power outlet?


Anyone who is a heavy smartphone user knows how distressing it is to see the battery percentage dwindle down while you’re binge-watching your favorite show on Netflix or scrolling through your social media feeds. But thanks to power banks, you don’t have to check your battery life every 15 minutes.


But with a large selection of portable chargers to choose from, how do you know which one best suits your lifestyle? We’ve rounded up five of the best power banks you can shop right now.


Anker PowerCore 10000

P1,895.00


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Anker never fails to deliver quality portable chargers. The PowerCore 10000 is a compact and lightweight high-capacity power bank that supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0. It also integrates two exclusive fast-charging technologies to keep your device up and running all day. Its high-quality components are pretty much as sophisticated as the device it recharges.


The power bank’s tough exterior ensures that everything inside is protected to keep its power safely contained. Despite it being only slightly bigger than a credit card, the PowerCore’s 10,000mAh packs more phone charges than any of its larger counterparts.


Xiaomi 10,000mAh Power Bank Pro

P2,299.00


Xiaomi is another reputable brand when it comes to high-capacity power banks. The Xiaomi 10,000mAh Power Bank Pro comes with a Type-C USB cable, which can juice up phones, tablets and notebooks of various ranges.


We all know how frustrating it is to charge power banks since they take their time to charge up, but with the Xiaomi Power Bank Pro, fast-charging flows both ways—when recharging other devices and the power bank itself.


So if you want something light and feels remarkable to have literally and figuratively on hand, the Xiaomi 10,000mAh Power Bank Pro is the one for you. It’s sleek and slim at only 12.58mm—much thinner than other 10,000mAh portable chargers.


Aukey PB-XD20 Power Delivery 2.0

P3,499.00


Whether you’re preparing for a long weekend or a busy day ahead, the Aukey PB-XD20 Power Delivery 2.0 is ready to keep your gadgets up and running. It packs a strong punch with a charging capacity of 201100mAh, allowing you to charge multiple devices at once.


This power bank model has three output ports and a bonus feature of a USB-C output for Apple devices or for the Aukey portable charger itself. You won’t feel pressed for time with this model since it features a Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, which enables you to recharge four times faster.


Romoss Sense 8

P1,099 (P3,499.00 original price)


For those who carry multiple devices on a daily basis, the Romoss Sense 8 will keep your gadgets topped up anywhere you go, anytime you need. With its 30,000mAh capacity, it’s the perfect power bank for heavy tech users.


This portable charger features two USB Type-A ports and three charging inputs that support a lightning port, micro USB, and USB Type-C ports. The dual output ports allow you to charge two devices at once, which makes this power bank your ideal partner for long travels.  Although heavy and bulky, its good build and rapid charging system are worth the compromise.


Veger VP1027 10000mAh Power Bank

P999.00 (P1,899.00 original price)


Veger’s VP1027 Power Bank takes pride in its triple fast-charging technology and Power Delivery (PD). It’s also supported by Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, which promises to refill your device’s battery life faster than your typical wall charger.


It has a charging capacity of 10,000mAh, so feel free to top-up three devices at the same time. The Verger VP1027 model is portable in size and its sporty design feels comfortable on the hands.


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The choices are aplenty and if there's anything we're sure of, it's this: you’ll never run out of battery again.



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