In this fast-paced technology-driven lifestyle, the only thing we are not able to cope up with is the battery life of our gadgets. It just doesn’t seem to get better. Power bank helps us charge gadgets without having to plug into the electric socket; consequently having a power bank becomes next important thing to having a gadget.
To keep our life-sustaining gadgets running all day long, we need Power Banks!
And the best part is, you can get power banks today at extremely affordable rates. We have curated a list of best ones to buy for you:
What are some of the most battery consuming modules that you cannot spend a day without, in your smartphone?
Video games: We can’t “not get hooked” to a new video game roll out on the Play store. We all know how that goes. And Games take up the maximum battery power. There is nothing more annoying as trying to play a game while you are clung to a wall outlet charging the phone at the same time.
Social media GPS and E-mails: There’s no doubt you want to make posts on social media while on the go and engage with your family, friends, and audience. You also can’t live without GPS while you’re traveling to a new city. You use the phones to navigate using GPS, take videos and pictures, check different travel itineraries, and simply keep checking on what’s going around. All of these things usually take up all of your battery back-ups but when you have an alternative, you can save your day.
While you keep a power bank with you don’t have to think twice about doing any of these things while you’re away from home and your socket!
There’s more to power banks than you think.
The power banks have an option for multiple USB inputs so that they can charge anything and everything from smartphones to tabs and GPS systems. Anything that charges through USB can be pushed into the portable power bank for an additional charge, minimizing the risk of your customers running their batteries flat while on the move in the future.
These items are value for money and when you look at the cost, you can enjoy a good return on your investment moving forward.
Top Best Power Bank under Rs 2000
It’s no new news that modern day smartphones aren’t that great when it comes to battery life. They can run out of juice at the most crucial times. This doesn’t wreck havoc when you’re close to a power socket, but can be stressful when on a long trip or away from electricity. Here are the best power banks around Rs 1,000-2,000 for this month to keep your phone charged up and running. We haven’t covered brands like Syksa and Ambrane. Oh, and please follow our advice and don’t buy those fake ones (even if they’re listed from reputable brands like Sony or Samsung). They don’t generally last long.
Which power bank is best to buy? My answer is Mi power bank 2i. This power bank recently launched in India with price tag Rs.1499. On the design front, it looks very stylish and compact with texture design, thanks to Mi for using Good quality ABS plastic. It is very lightweight compared to capacity.
The best part, it supports a Quick Charge 3.0 or 3.6A when charging one device at same time. It can easily full charge your OnePlus 3T in 1 hour. We get 13500 mAH capacity out of 20000 mAh, that’s really good compared to others. You need approximately 9 hours for a full charge this power bank. The best part is, no heating while charging and discharging. The new Mi power bank 2i also comes with low charging mode option for small devices.
The Intex IT-PB 20K is my second choice in the list of best power bank under 2000 Rs. It looks very stylish with white colour. The build quality is also good and it’s very slim and compact, so you can easily carry in your jeans pocket.
The power comes with two USB output ports of which one port rated at 5V/1A and second port rated at 5V/2.1A fast charging. It also supports fast charging input with 5V/2A. You need 10 hours for a full charge this power bank. Please note, actual charging time depends on your charger. All in all, it gives around 13500 mAh of efficient power out of the full capacity of 20000 mAH. And that’s the actual capacity we can expect from 20000 mAH power bank. It also comes with Power On/Off button, LED indicator lights, and LED torch.
The Syska Power Pro is my third choice in the list of best power bank under 2000 Rs. On the design front, it looks very stylish and compact. You can easily carry this power bank in your pocket because of compact design. It comes with 20000 mAH capacity and two output ports 1A and 2.1A. Yes, it supports fast charging with a single port. I take almost 1 hour 30 min for full charge your 3000 mAH battery powered phone. You get approx 13000 mAH capacity out of full capacity. More info please open next tab. For a full charge this power bank you need approx 10-11 hours. Actual charging time is all depend on your adapter.
The Ambrane Speedy S8 features a dual USB output ports offering the output of 5V/2.0A, micro USB charging port input of 5W/1.5A. It also supports fast charging that takes only 2 hours to fully charge my 3500mAH battery powered phone.
The best part is that the power bank comes with 9 safety protection, including Overcharge, over-discharge, and temperature. When coming to the performance, this Ambrane power bank gives approx 12000 mAH capacity out of full capacity(20000 mAH). It fluent a power button, LED indicator lights and LED torch on the top side.
The Intex IT-PB15k is my fourth choice in the list of best power bank under 2000 Rs. The design of this Intex power bank is unique but look very classy with a square design. The best part of this power bank, it has a three charging ports, 1A, 2.1A, and 2.1A. It comes with 15000 mAH capacity. You get approx 9000 to 9500 mAH power out of full capacity. That’s really good compared to other power banks. It also has a Power On/Off button and LED torch. I noticed this power bank charge your phone quickly compare to others.
The Mi Power Bank 2i is my next choice on the list of best Power bank under 2000 Rs. This power bank recently launched in India with price tag Rs.799. On the design front, it looks very stylish and premium with metal body and dark grey colour. The best part is that the power bank is very slim and lightweight, so you can easily carry in your pocket.
When talking about Performace, we get 6500 mAH capacity out of 10000 mAH, that’s really good compared to others. The power bank also features a fast charging with Max 2.4 A output ports. Which takes only 1 hour 10 min to fully charge your 3000mAH battery powered phone. It also comes with 2.1A fast charging input, that’s why it takes only 4-5 hours for the full charge. It also comes with 9 safety features and low power mode.
This Power bank is recently launched by Lenovo with improved features. the design of this power bank is really good with texture finishing on the front. The best part, It very lightweight only 180g. If feature a two USB output ports with 2.1 A. It also supports 2.0 A input for fast charging. It gives aprrox 6600 mAH capacity out of 10000 mAH. We need 4.8 hours for a full charge this power bank, that’s really good compared to other power banks. More info please open next tab.
The iVOOMi Titan is my third choice on the list of best power bank under 1000 Rs. On the design front, it looks very attractive with cutting-edge design. The unique thing is the LED panel on the front, It indicates the battery percentage of the power bank with three vibrant colours- Green, Blue and Red; signifying 71%-100%, 31%-70%, and 1%-30% respectively. It features a plastic body with rubber coating, which gives a comfortable feel.
This iVOOMi power bank comes with two USB ports with 5V/1A and 5V/2.1A output (Fast charging). Yes, it can charge 2 devices simultaneously. When coming to capacity, you will get approx 6000 to 6400 mAH capacity out of full capacity. That’s the average capacity in this price range. The power bank requires 4-5 hours for the full charge, but the actual charging time depends on your wall charger.
The Philips DLP6006B is my fourth selection in the list of best power bank under 1000 Rs. Its looks and build quality are quite good. The best part is that it’s very compact and lightweight compared to other 11000 mAH power banks. The power bank is made of good quality plastic and it has a nice leather design on top. And that’s reason for a premium look of this power bank. The different thing is that it comes with small LED display panel, which indicates remaining power of this power bank.
It comes with three USB output ports that support maximum 5V/2.1A output. But I noticed, the charging speed is slow compared to other fast charging power bank. It takes almost 2 hours for full charge your 3000 mAH battery. It also has a 5V/2A micro USB input port, which takes approx 5 to 6 hours for a full charge. Please note, the actual charging time depends on your adapter. Finally talks about capacity, this power bank gives approx 7000 mAH capacity out of full capacity. That’s really efficient like all other 11000 mAh power banks.
This Ambrane P-1122 is my next choice in the list of best power bank under 1000 Rs. On the design front, it looks very nice with five different colour including blue, grey, brown, black and pink. The power bank is very slim and compact, so you can easily carry it in your jeans pocket.
The star point is that it contains three USB output ports which rated at 5V and 2.1A fast charging. It takes approx 1 hour 30 min for full charge 3000 mAH battery. It also has a 5V/1.5A micro USB charging port for charging. You need approx 6 hours for a full charge this power bank. Actual charging time depends on your power adapter. It gives around 7000 mAh of efficient power out of full capacity. It also comes with rotatable LED light, which quite helps you during the power cut.
The Intex IT-PBA 10K Poly is my last choice on the list of best power bank under 1000 rs. It looks very stylish and premium with this unique design. The best part, it very slim and compact, so you can easily carry in your pocket. This power bank has two USB output ports 1A and 2.1A so you can charge two devices at a time. The blue LED indicator lights on top shows you details about the power bank’s charge. It also has a Power On/Off button near USB charging port. When coming to the performance, we get approximate 6400 mAH capacity out of full capacity, that’s really good. You need at least 6 hours for full charging this power bank with 2A charger.
While purchasing a power bank will be the easiest thing you do, here are something’s you need to keep in mind with while buying one:
Do the research!
Know how much capacity you actually need. High potential portable chargers of 12000 mAh or more are able to charge tablets too, apart from charging mobile phones. Portable power banks between 3200 mAh to 6000 mAh capacity are priced lesser, up to 30 dollars per unit, and are lesser in size.
More features like current charge LCD display, built-in hotspot, flashlights, stickiness that lets the power bank stick to the gadget when you are talking, etc. are nice to have, but these add to the price of the portable power bank.
The lesser capacity battery banks have one port. All portable chargers with 10000 mAh capacity or more have the least 2 output ports which let you charge more than two devices simultaneously.
So, do the math and buy one today before the best ones get sold out!
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