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5 Power Banks to keep the Juice flowing for your Devices

It is the first day of the week and like always we bring you the top 5 of the week and this time we bring you the top 5 most affordable power banks. Now you must wonder that why does a Power bank have such a special mention? Well, it is because the importance that a power bank hold in every individual’s life and those who are not using it should invest in one already because you can’t always have a charging cable and plug in your vicinity 24×7 and even if you do manage to have there are so many people with so many devices in each household that it is better to have your personal power bank.

Anker Astro Mini

Anker Astro Mini

Don’t just go by the looks because this small piece of technology has a reason to be among the top 5 power banks. There are more than 10 million people who have used this power bank from Anker and the numbers just don’t seem to stand still. The Anker Astro Mini power bank detects your device to deliver its fastest possible charge speed up to 1 amp. Add one and a half charges (over 7 hours talktime) to an iPhone 5s, almost one full charge to a Galaxy S5 or one full charge (70+ hours of audio playback) to most other phones. This device is so compact, like a lip stick container with a Micro USB cable. It is available at the price of $12.99 on Amazon.

Jumpr Stack 3

Jumpr Stack 3

This stylish power bank recently received the Red Dot Product Design Award and it is great to have this charger that could be used to power smartphones, digital cameras and much more. It has a tethered Micro-USB and lightning connector outputs. What you can do is pair two or more Stacks together and you can charge the batteries simultaneously via its magnetic stack and charge functionality.

Kmashi

Kmashi

The power bank from Kmashi looks astonishingly similar to a USB flash drive and it can even fool you if you are not paying enough attention. Still, the Kmashi power bank looks decent on the style quotient and there are 4 LEDs that informs the user about the status of charge. You should use this charger with a 5B adapter to aid faster charging of your devices.Intelligent power manage IC, overcharge protection, short circuit protection.With such massive capacity, in such a compact package,perfect for flights, road trips or just any time you’re away from an outlet. With all these features, the Kmashi power bank literally packs a punch.

EasyAcc

EasyAcc

The title of the EasyAcc is apt, that this is more than just a power bank, it makes your life meaningful. The design of the power bank is quite compact and portable, you can easily hold this in your hand and can even rest in anywhere you want like in your shirt pocket or your bag. It gives Dual USB output, so that you can charge two smartphones or an iPad to full charge in a short time. It has an advance power lock technology and once you charge it, the power bank can be kept on standby for at least 6 months. This is your perfect companion for a house party, catching up a game or while travelling.

Jackery Giant

Jackery Giant

This is the toughest and the most costliest of the lot at around $40 but let me tell you that this sturdy power bank is worth every cent. It has an ultra high capacity charging capacity and iPhone battery with dual USB support with 12000mAh rechargeable battery. Jackery’s giant power bank is perfect for long flights, road trips, or whenever you need to charge your mobile devices; often used as a substitute for a car charger, such as an iPhone car charger, dual USB car charger and iPad car charger.

Dhruvil Pandya
Dhruvil is a Writer & Marketeer for Nimblechapps, joining January 2015, based out of Sydney, Australia. He has worked briefly as a Business Development Executive and Branding Manager before moving to Australia. At Nimblechapps, he worked on Social Media Marketing, Branding, Email Marketing and Blogging. Dhruvil studies Business at University of Western Sydney, and also handles Operations for the company in Australia.