I can use this power bank to charge up to two devices at once. And at 15000 mAh, I can charge them over and over and over. You know they mean 15000 when you feel the weight. Just look at that thickness. For anyone who doesn’t understand what I’m saying, a power bank with this much juice should feel heavy and have good size. If it’s small, lightweight, and thin, you’re not getting what you’re paying for.
This 10000 mAh power bank features two USB ports, a flashlight, and a phone stand. It even comes with a short micro USB cable. The only drawback for me is the stand is very narrow. I have to take my phone out of its case to place it on the stand. Not a big deal for me, because I don’t often need a phone stand. If you do, make sure your phone and phone case are slim.
I want a small power bank that won’t weigh me down, and Shinngo fits the bill. This one comes with a super short micro USB cable and a drawstring pouch. There’s even a single-bulb LED flashlight built in. What a seriously great idea for a stocking stuffer.
Just remember, small battery equals lower capacity. If you want more, you’ll have to pay for it in space and load-bearing muscle.