Our list of the Best Power Banks in India in January 2018, with the right mix of performance and features. This Top 10 Power Bank list is based on their charging capacity, prices and mAh power capacity. It will help you in choosing the right portable power bank for your mobile phone.
MI Power Bank (16,000 mAh)
Xiaomi started a trend to offer a good product at very affordable prices with its smartphones and they have carried that philosophy in their other products as well. The 16,000 mAh power bank comes in a metal case and when fully charged has enough juice to recharge a normal phone at least 5 times.
Honor Power bank (13,000 mAh)
Honor has announced some really good phones in the market and the same can be said about this power bank. The metal casing is splash proof and won’t corrode from sweat. It is dust resistant as well and uses a single piece bracket which assures safety of the electric circuit.
MI Power Bank (10,400 mAh)
This Rs. 999 power bank is very good at what it does. The 10,400 mAh capacity power bank has a 4-cell battery which is protected by nine layers of circuit chip protection. There’s a built-in chip which monitors voltage output and shuts down if voltage exceeds the maximum limit. You will never overcharge your phone with this power bank.
Ambrane P-1000 Star (10,400 mAh)
Ambrane is another good brand which one should consider when buying a power bank and the P-1000 Star will enable your phone to last much longer. It comes with 10,400 mAh battery capacity. Ambrane uses Samsung SDI Lithium ion batteries in this power bank. It also supports fast charging and will be able to charge your devices quickly.
Hako Pb200 (20,000 mAh)
Hako is well known for making aftermarket battery packs for various laptops brands and their power banks are equally reliable. The Pb200 is one of the biggest power banks available in the market. Featuring a 20,000 mAh battery capacity, the Pb200 can charge three devices at a time. The best part, it uses a Lithium Polymer battery which makes it efficient and lighter compared to the usual Lithium ion battery powered power banks.
Corseca DMB2056 (20,000 mAh)
If you want a portable yet big capacity charger, the Corseca DMB2056 might be the answer. With a battery capacity of 20,000 mAh this can charge any regular smartphone almost seven or eight times. It comes with a digital LED display so that you can check the battery percentage. It has a metal exterior which makes it quite durable. However, weighing at 526 grams, it is not very light.
Hako HK10 (5,600 mAh)
Hako HK10 is a small power bank with a 5,600 mAh battery capacity. It can easily recharge any normal smartphone twice. Also, since it uses a Lithium Polymer battery instead of Lithium ion, it is more efficient. This power bank also features an LED indicator but comes with only one power-out port.
Ambrane P-5200B (5,200 mAh)
Ambrane’s P-5200B is a small and handy power bank, good enough for at the most two charges. It can be used to charge portable devices including small point and shoot cameras. It also features an LED indicator for your convenience. It fits easily in a small pocket.
Ambrane P-444 (4,000 mAh)
Another Ambrane power bank makes it to the list. Costing less than Rs. 500, the Ambrane P-444 is an inexpensive yet reasonably powerful power bank. With a battery capacity of 4,000 mAh, it will be able to charge your phone at least once and then some more.