The 10 Best USB-C Power Banks

Updated December 31, 2018 by Christopher Thomas

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We spent 28 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top options for this wiki. The only drawback of the latest and greatest mobile electronics is that their batteries don't last as long as most users hope they will. But there are plenty of power banks on the market with various capacities and charging methods. It's important to select a model that not only comes from a respectable maker, but also has the specs to fill your phone's or laptop's battery as quickly as possible. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best usb-c power bank on Amazon.

10. Anker PowerCore Lite

9. iMuto X6 Pro

8. RavPower 20100

7. ZMI Backup

6. iWalk Scorpion

5. PoderCamino Portable

4. Luxtude Global

3. Sanang Wireless

2. Aukey PB-Y13

1. Jackery Supercharge

Editor's Notes

December 19, 2018: Depending on what you intend to use these with, you can get away with a simple, lightweight one like the Anker Lite or iWalk. Ultrabook and MacBook pro users will almost definitely need a larger model like the Jackery or the heavy-duty Anker, which put out 45 watts using the Power Delivery specification. The PoderCamino and iMuto Pro appear to be two with the highest capacities. The Sanang is good for those whose phones utilize a fancy, new wireless charging system, while the Luxtude is a good consideration for those traveling to the USA, Europe, or Australia.

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Last updated on December 31, 2018 by Christopher Thomas

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