Power Bank Guide

What Power Bank is suitable for you?

Milliamps often interchanged with Milliamp Hours, or mAh, is used to describe the amount of charge a battery will hold.

Amp Output, abbreviated as "A", determines how fast your power bank will charge. For example, a power bank with .5A output will charge your mobile device slower than one with 1A output. Some larger devices such as a tablet can only be practically charged with a power bank with a 1A output.

2600mAh - Standard power bank capacity. A power bank with a 2600mAh capacity will fully charge most new phones, such as the Samsung and iPhone5 mobile devices. They will comfortably charge tablets, albeit not to capacity.

5200mAh + - Plus sized power bank capacity. A power bank with a 5200mAh capacity will have enough power to charge most tablets. Power banks rated at 5200mAh will typically be larger in size, due to additional battery cells.

8800mAh + - Plus sized power bank capacity. A power bank with an 8800mAh capacity will have enough power to simultaneously charge two mobile devices. Power banks rated at 8800mAh will typically be larger in size, due to additional battery cells. These power banks will also come standard with a 1A output.