Midsize Power Bank for 1 Device
$29.99 ON SALE!
The Anker PowerCore Redux 10000 is my choice for this product category because of the following:
- Size and weight. Size matters, particularly if you'll be carrying a device with you on a daily basis. At 4" x 2.1" x 1" and only 6.5 oz, you get a lot of capacity with a very small form factor. I needed something with a decent capacity that would charge one device in either my backpack or my briefcase, and this particular form factor fit the bill.
- I considered and passed on two comparable contenders from the same brand, but you may prefer them, depending on your intended use:
- The Anker Powercore II 10000 (3.8" x 2.4" x 0.9" and 6.9 oz). Even though it was on sale for $27.99 (regularly priced at $35.99), it cost $3 more than the Redux, but with no other tangible benefits over the Redux besides a more dominant charge threshold indicator light on the side.
- The Anker PowerCore 10000 (3.6" x 2.3" x 0.9"and 6.35 oz). On sale for $22.99 at the time (regularly priced at $25.99), it costs $2 less than the Redux, but doesn't support Qualcomm QuickCharge.
- Interested? Check out more detailed information about this product, as well as reviews from other verified customers here.