A power bank has been an essential accessory for many of us nowadays. Most of recent smartphones can last just about a day and the battery life is even shorter when you use your phone extensively. For instance, a power bank is a must have accessory when I travel since I use my phone a lot to take photos, look for attractions, or navigate around. Notably, the power bank does not only charge my smartphone but also my cameras, so I don’t need to bring any spare battery for my cameras. In this post, we’re checking out the AINOPE 10,000mAh portable backup battery.
Inside the box, we have the power bank, a micro-USB charging cable, and user guide. Despite having large capacity of 10,000 mAh, the AINOPE power bank is a great companion for travelers since it is fairly lightweight and compact. It can charge my iPhone nearly 3 times and you can charge 2 devices at the same time. There are two USB outputs on the side of the power bank, one with 5V/1A and one with 5V/2.1A current. The output is good enough to recharge iPhone or iPad, however, its maximum power is just 10W. So, it doesn’t support Qualcomm Quick Charge or Fast Charging via USB Power Delivery.
I am impressed the most with the LCD display on the front which shows the current battery level precisely in percentage. Most other power banks use some LED lights to display the battery level and we don’t know exactly the remaining battery juice.
The battery quality is the most important feature of any power bank; This one is equipped with premium li-polymer battery cells and multi-protection system to ensure the safety. I haven’t got any problem during the testing period, so it’s worth considering when you want to buy a low-priced portable backup battery. It comes with a 5-year money back guarantee, so you have no worries when purchasing the product. Even when the power bank is broken and the Amazon’s return window is closed, you can contact their customer service to receive a refund or replacement.