If you like to travel a lot, a power bank is something you should really have in your bag. There’s no telling when your smartphone may run out of battery, causing you to miss an important call or message. Worse yet, you might lose your way while in a remote location because the battery died and now you cannot access Google Maps. A power bank is hence an essential gadget that everyone should have atleast one of. If you’re someone who doesn’t like charging their devices often, 20000mAh is the right capacity for you. Such power banks are pricier than normal, but they don’t run out of juice quickly. Based on our ratings, here are the best 20000mAh Power Banks in India that we found worth including in this list of 2018. This list is updated every time a new powerbank is launched, and the prices and pictures are updated as and when they change.
Now here’s a very high-quality option if you’re looking to buy a 20000mAh power bank. Xiaomi’s offering gives you only two USB output ports, but what’s most interesting is that they charge your devices very fast. When charging just one device, you get Quick Charge 3.0 support, and when two devices are being charged at once, you get an output of 5.1V/3.6A which is really impressive. Moreover, this power bank is even capable of charging a few USB Type-C laptops. ABS+PC material has been used for its construction, making it scratch and slip resistant.
The Ambrane P-2000 is a 20800mAh battery pack three USB ports as well, two of which supply 2.1A current, while the remaining pushes 1A. It boasts of using Li-ion cells made by Samsung and LG, and also comes equipped with a flashlight. Ambrane has kept things simple when it comes to the looks of this power bank, but it does offer white and black colour options. Also, the blue coloured LED strip on its front acts as an indicator for the amount of juice that’s left in it at a given time. The plastic body of this Ambrane product has been given a matte finish for offering better grip.
Now here’s something that screams versatility. This power bank from RAVPower comes with not one, but two Quick Charge 3.0 ports. One among them is for charging other devices, while the other is for charging the power bank itself. The latter allows you to charge it fully in just under 5 hours. And as if that wasn’t enough, it even ships with USB Type-C input, making it futureproof. You can charge two devices at a time, and since it comes with a Type-C cable, you can also use it for charging your MacBook.
Sony’s CP-S20 features a polymer cell made with Hybrid Gel Technology which promises double the life span than that of a usual power bank. A big highlight of this device is that it offers not 2, not 3, but 4 output ports, giving you maximum flexibility while harnessing its 20000mAh capacity. With an output of 5V and 2.4A, it promises decent charging speeds as well. The CP-S20 takes 16 hours to get fully charged which is a bit of a disappointment. What really goes against the CP-S20’s favour is its high price tag.
This power bank prides itself on its durability as well as its excellent features. The power bank is coated with an ABS+PC silicon rubber shell, to ensure a perfect grip in your hands. But its main USP is the fact that it offers three USB output ports, allowing you to charge as many devices at a time. This smart-looking 20000mAh power bank also bears a battery level indicator and a flashlight. What’s more, it ships with 3 USB cables in the box, which is pretty impressive.
Syska’s Power Pro 200 is another device with two USB output ports. This is an extremely well-built power bank and genuinely feels like a quality product. It comes with simple LED indicators for showing the battery percentage, whereas its output capabilities include one 5V/1A port and one 5V/2.1A port. Syska touts this product’s hibernation mode which automatically powers it down to save on battery. The Power Pro 200 takes quite some time to get charged fully, but once that’s done, its 20000mAh cell will take care of the rest.
When you pack a 20000mAh cell inside a power bank, just assume that it will be pretty heavy. If you’re used to carrying a lower capacity device in a certain way, you most definitely will have to change that when you buy a 20000mAh power bank.
Also take into consideration that these power banks will take longer to get recharged fully compared to lower capacity power banks.This is one reason why we recommend power banks that charge to 100 percent faster over the ones that take longer.
Do note that the actual battery capacity of a power bank is almost always lower than what is advertised. This is due to a phenomenon called conversion rate. To put it simply, some amount of battery is consumed internally during the conversion of its voltage.
|Mi Power Bank 2||1,499||9|
|Syska Power Pro 200||1,990||7.5|