Helloooo Techy_cians! Aren’t you looking for a best-budget power bank under Rs.1000?

Like always I dived into the pool of information available online, researched, and curated this listicle of best power banks under Rs. 1000.

But before I begin, Let me help you with the power bank buying guide on the basis of which I have listed the following mentions.

And trust me, You don’t want to miss these check-points before buying power banks.

Power Bank Buying Guide

Battery

This right here should always be your first question, before buying power banks.

It’s simple, the more the charging capacity of your power bank, more is the charge cycle you get with it. Charge cycle?

Charge cycle refers to the number of complete charge you can juice out of your power banks.

When you look for the battery size of your power bank, Don’t forget to look at the battery type!

Power banks generally come with two kinds of battery in general: Lithium-ion Battery and Lithium-Polymer Battery.

There isn’t much of a performance difference between the two types. But Power Banks with lithium-polymer batteries should be preferred as they are not only lightweight but also are more safer.

Conversion Rate Or Effective Charge

When I didn’t know much about the specifications of power banks, I used to misunderstand the charging capacity of my power banks with the battery power I can juice out of it.

What, You thought this too! Let me help you with how to calculate your effective charge with an example.

Let’s say the batteries of your power bank is rated at 3.7 and the USB capacity of the power bank is 5V.

Now the actual charging capacity of your power bank will be calculated by the equation: 3.7 x 10,000 mAh, advertised capacity / 5.

So, 3.7x 10,000/5 = 7,400mAh. Hold up, this isn’t the effective charge you get. Now generally power banks have conversion rate to its actual charge.

So if the conversion rate of your power bank is 80%, the charging capacity your powerbank actually offers is 5,920 mAh.

Now before you again get amazed by a power bank with advertised power bank capacity of 30,000 mAh, You know the maths!

Number Of Ports

For this, You need to think over, how many devices you are looking to charge from your to-be power bank.

Generally, power banks with two ports are easily available in the market, but if you want to charge more than two devices there are options for that too.

Another thing to check out is the USB-type and the power output.

Design

For both You and I, portability is a major factor while buying power banks.

Make sure the power bank that you are buying is lightweight and comes with a minimalistic design.

So now when you know the key factors to look out for while buying power banks.

Without further ado let me get you through my list of Top-5 power banks to look out for!

Mi 10000mAh Li-Polymer Power Bank 2i

Isn’t this Chinese tech-giant all over the Indian market? From amazing smartphones to air-purifiers you can find them in any category of tech utility.

The powerbank from the house of Mi comes with a 10,000mAh Lithium-polymer battery.

The power bank boasts attractive specifications like 18W fast-charging and supports charging outputs of 5V/2A, 9V/ 2A and 12V/1.5A.

You can easily charge two devices in one go as you get dual charging ports with the device.

Mi 10000mAH Li-Polymer Power Bank 2i comes with an aluminum build and features an ergonomic design.

To buy Mi 10000mAh Li-Polymer Power Bank 2i on Amazon for an exciting price of Rs. 899, Click here!

Pro’s:
Universal Compatibility
9 Layers of protection.
Two-way Quick Charge.

CON’S:
No LED Torch

Lapguard LG514 Power Bank

Lapguard is a name to trust when it comes to computer, laptop, and smartphone accessories.

Since the power bank is made in India, you can rest assured of a good customer care support.

Its 12-month warranty and a price point of Rs. 499 is cherry on the cake.

The device comes with a 10,400 milliamp_hours Lithium-ion battery.

Since the device comes with an intelligent power manage IC it saves your device from incidents like over-charged, over-voltage, over-current, and short circuit protection.

Lapguard LG514 comes with a compact design and gives you an output capacity of 6400 mAh /5V.

PRO’S:
12 months warranty.
LED indicators displaying battery percentage.
Intelligent power manage IC.

CON’S:
Lithium-ion battery

Ambrane PP-150 15000mAh Lithium Polymer Power Bank

Ambrane PP150 Power bank comes with a sleek design and boasts a lithium-polymer battery of 15000mAh.

This powerbank from the house of Ambrane comes with a rubberized finish and come in two color options: Olive Green and Black.

Like Mi 2i 10000mAh power bank the device comes with 9 layers of advanced protection.

Although you only get a 2.0 USB cable to charge this power bank, it supports Dual USB Input via Type C.

So if you have a smartphone with a Type C jack, you don’t have two carry two charging cables now!

PRO’S:
Dual USB Input Charge
Premium Build Quality
9 layers of advanced protection.

CON’S:
No Casing Provided.
No Flashlights.

Syska Power Port100 10000mAh Lithium-Ion Power Bank

Syska is one of the go-to brands when it comes to electronic appliances.

Apart from electronic appliances, and LED lights, the brand has a good power banks under its name.

The Syska Power Port100 10000mAh comes at an exciting price point of Rs. 599.

What’s exciting is you get triple USB ports for charging. The device is compatible with most of the smartphones in the market and comes with IC and Overcharging & discharging protection.

Power Port100 weighs 281 g and feels a bit bulky.

PRO’S
Triple USB Ports.
Flashlight.
Overcharging & Discharging Protection.

CON’S
Lithium-ion Battery

Intex PB 10K ION 10000 mAh Power Bank

Intex which is an Indian brand has carved out a name for itself in the power bank category.

The PB 10K ION 10000 mAh power bank comes with an is output power of 5V 1A, 5V 1A, and 5V 2.1A.

Just like Syska Power Port100 10000 mAh power bank, PB 10K ION comes with triple USB ports.

The power bank seems a bit bulky and has a LED indicator. The exciting fact is it comes with a warranty of 1 year.

PRO’S
Triple USB ports
1 Year warranty
Compatible with all Smartphones.

CON’S
Lithium-ion Battery

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