Fast Five: 20,000mAh Powerbanks Under Php1K
We all need a power bank to recharge our phone’s depleting battery juice, but what if your current one is not enough? In this Fast Five, we’re taking you to a list of top power banks that are high-capacity but still worth your every penny as they are worth under a grand.
You may wonder that these high-capacity battery packs are expensive, but fear not — these are priced just under a grand on e-commerce website Lazada. Not a paid ad, but they really have some of the best bang-for-the-buck power packs in town. Here they are, in descending order.
ONDA N200T (Php999)
Kicking off our list in ONDA, a Chinese brand also known for manufacturing other gizmos such as tablets. Its N200T packs in three quick-charging USB ports, and can be recharged with any port of your choice (microUSB, Lightning, or even USB-C).
Romoss Sense 6 Plus (Php829)
Next up is Romoss, now a global brand known for its peripherals and power banks. Such is the Sense 6 Plus, which touts dual charging ports and protection against overcharging, over discharging, overcurrent, overvoltage, and overpower.
Yoobao BD M20 (Php801)
Yoobao also hails from China, but its power bank is not to be underestimated: The BD M20 attests high-quality battery cells, as well as a ‘200% self-charging efficiency’. You can also check the authenticity of the power pack by verifying it through Yoobao’s website as well, just in case you’re a bit skeptical.
Pineng PN-999 (Php799)
Pineng may not be a brand heard for many, but its PN-999 power bank has captured the hearts of the online shoppers much to the point that we’ve been called out when we compiled a similar list a few months ago. We tried it ourselves, and we can say that this one’s a pack not to be ignored as well. Like Yoobao, Pineng also has an online verification system for authentication of its products.
Romoss Sense 6 Pixel Heart (Php788)
Rounding up our list is another Romoss Sense 6 pack, this time with a cool pixel heart design for those wanting a bit of flair to their otherwise plain boring power banks. Still with the same features as the one listed above, this one’s a lot cheaper at a few pesos under Php800. It’s also available on offline retailers, albeit the ones we’ve seen are a lot higher.
That’s it for some of the most affordable 20,000mAh power banks you can purchase today. Do you have other suggestions? We’d love to hear them in the comments section below.