Featured: Top 10 Best Power Banks/Battery Packs - Sept 2015

With non-removable batteries becoming the norm as of late, power banks have started to really take off. There are many of them available out there, in literally all shapes and sizes. But which ones are the best? Let's check out our list of 10 for the month of September.

KMASHI 10000mAh Power Bank

This offering from KMASHI isn't bad at all, we're looking at 10,000mAh of power here, enough to charge the Galaxy Note 5 about 3 times. We're looking at just one USB port here on the KMASHI, which is good enough to charge up your smartphone with ease.

KMASHI 10000mAh MP816 (2.1Amp+1Amp Output,2Amp Input Fast Charging) Dual USB Portable External Extended Battery Pack

Vinsic 20000mAh Ultra-slim Power Bank

Here we have the Vinsic Ultra-Slim power bank with a capacity of 20,000mAh, doubling the capacity of the KMASHI above. This one does offer 2 USB ports, but my favorite feature here is the LED display for showing you the percentage of juice left on the Vinsic.

Vinsic 20000mAh Ultra-slim Power Bank

RAVPower Portable Charger 3200mAh External Battery Pack

Don't want to carry a huge battery pack with you all the time? That's fine, RAVPower has you covered with the 3200mAh external battery pack here. This what they call the "Lipstick" battery pack, as it's pretty small, and can fit in your purse.

RAVPower Portable Charger 3200mAh External Battery Pack

EC Technology 22400mAh External Battery

ECTechnology's 22,400mAh battery pack here is one of the more popular ones on our list. It features 3 USB ports, as well as a crazy high capacity. Which can charge most phones about 8 times or more. While it is expected to be quite heavy due to the capacity, somehow it's still kinda light.

EC Technology® 2nd Gen Deluxe 22400mAh Ultra High Capacity 3 USB Output External Battery

EasyAcc 2nd Gen 10000mAh Power Bank Portable External Battery Pack

Here's another one that's a tad smaller. This is the 10,000mAh power bank from EasyAcc. It features 2 USB ports as well as four LED lights for showing you how much power is  left on the battery pack. Pretty neat.

EasyAcc 2nd Gen 10000mAh Power Bank Portable External Battery Pack

Anker PowerCore 15600

This is one of my favorite battery packs from Anker. It's their PowerCore 15600. As you can tell from the name it is a 15,600mAh battery pack, but it also has two USB ports and can easily fit into the pocket of your bag. Making it easy to take with you anywhere.

Anker PowerCore 15600

Lumsing® 10400mAh Portable Power Bank

Lumsing's harmonica-style battery pack has made our list. This is their 10,400mAh battery pack and it has enough juice to get you through about 2 charges, of course that all depends on how large the battery is in your smartphone or tablet.

Lumsing® 10400mAh Portable Power Bank

Intocircuit® Mini 3000mAh Portable External Battery Charger

Talk about small batteries, this one from Intocircuit is quite small, coming in at about 3000mAh. But it'll get you through the day without needing to carry one of these huge power banks around with you.

Intocircuit® Mini 3000mAh Portable External Battery Charger

ZeroLemon SolarJuice 20000mAh Fast Portable Charger

Here's an interesting one, it's the SolarJuice 20,000mAh power bank from ZeroLemon. This one is a solar-powered battery pack as you can tell by the name. But it is also rugged and water-resistant. Making it great for camping trips.

ZeroLemon SolarJuice 20000mAh Fast Portable Charger

Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 10400mAh Portable External Battery

How about a battery pack or power bank that supports Quick Charge 2.0? Well Aukey has you covered there. We're looking at a 10,400mAh battery here that features QC2.0 so it can charge your smartphone pretty quickly. When it comes to the Galaxy Note 5, we're looking at just over an hour and a half.

Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 10400mAh Portable External Battery

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