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7 Best Power Banks in Australia [2023]

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Looking for the best power banks in Australia? You’ve come to the right place! In this blog post, we will be discussing some of the best power banks on the market right now. We will be taking a look at both portable power banks, so you can find the perfect one for your needs. Whether you are travelling or just need a backup power source for your home, we have got you covered!

1. Cygnett ChargeUp Reserve 20K – Power Bank Australia (Credit: Bunnings)

Key FeaturesDual charging (USB-C + USB-A)
Charging cables included
18W fast charging
Where to BuyClick here

The light purple plastic casing of the Cygnett ChargeUp Reserve 20K makes it simple to tuck into a tiny back or even a pocket. It is extremely light at 351 grams and feels just like other 10,000 mAh power banks. The 18W USB-C output and charges at the power bank, while the single normal USB port provides 18W QC charging. It also achieved a higher than average 85% efficiency, and there were no problems delivering rapid charging.

2. Anker PowerCore 20100 – Power Bank Australia (Credit: ebay)

Key FeaturesHuge battery
Speedy charging
Reasonable price
Where to BuyClick here

The Anker PowerCore 20100 is a tiny power bank with a massive 20,100mAh capacity, which means it can charge your phone many times over on one charge. This power bank effortlessly powers two devices at a time via a set of 2.4 Amp USB ports, and it’ll charge your gadgets more quickly if they’re compatible with PowerIQ or VoltageBoost technology. It’s just the right balance of power, convenience, and cost.

3. Romoss 50W PPD20 – Power Bank Australia (Credit: Romoss)

Key Features3 output ports
Large LED display screen
Intelligent Shunt Charging with reliable chip
Where to BuyClick here

The Romoss 50W PPD20 is one of the most cost-effective power banks available thanks to its large 20,000 mAh battery. On the USB-C port, it supports both Power Delivery and Quick Charge, while on the two USB connections, it only supports Quick Charge. The best part is that it can charge a laptop at the same time. USB-C enables it to deliver up to 45W via USB-C, and up to 50W total, which enough for most laptops. It also charges quickly, so you can fill it back up in no time.

4. BlitzWolf BW-P12 – Power Bank Australia (Credit: BlitzWolf)

Key FeaturesReal-time Accurate Percentage Battery Capacity Level Digital Display
Dual Micro USB+PD 18W Input and Dual QC3.0+PD3.0 18W Output
Support PD3.0, QC3.0, QC2.0 and FCP with up to 5A Charging Current
Where to BuyClick here

Although Blitzwolf may not be a name you are familiar with, the BW-P12 is a capable little 10,000mAh that is both slim and light. It takes 18W of power from USB-C via Quick Charge and Power Delivery, but just the former through the two USB ports. It’s conveniently charged via Micro USB or USB-C, and it has a clear digital capacity readout.

5. iMuto Smart Power X6SPD – Power Bank Australia (Credit: Amazon)

Key Features27000mah High Capacity
Combination of USB Type-C and USB PD 2.0
iM-Power Technology
Where to BuyClick here

The iMuto Smart Power’s huge 27,000 mAh battery is protected by a chunky black and gold shell that accommodates the largest you can take on a plane. Only PD spec fast charging via USB-C input/output is supported, but it’s rated for 45W and can charge a laptop. The two USB ports on this model lack fast charging, but because the total output is so high, you can charge multiple gadgets simultaneously at full speed.

6. Xiaomi ZMI Power Bank Pro QB823 – Power Bank Australia (Credit: Amazon)

Key FeaturesSleek aluminum shell
Airline Safe
Huge capacity
Where to BuyClick here

The Xiaomi ZMI Power Bank Pro QB823 is a 20,000 mAh capacity portable charger that’s not only slim and light, but also comes with a sturdy plastic shell. It provides 27W using Quick Charge or Power delivery on USB-C, which is higher than the 18W power banks and ideal for people with more powerful phones. It has a USB-C connector, and it can be charged using a USB-C or MicroUSB cable.

7. INIU 10000mAh Portable Charger – Power Bank Australia (Credit: INIU)

Key FeaturesCheap 
Light and portable
Power 3 devices at the same time 
Where to Buy

Not everyone needs a super-weighty charger that takes up a lot of room. If all you need is a portable standby charger to top off your phone if it runs out of battery at the end of the day, the INUI 10000mAh Portable Charger will suffice without breaking the bank. It has three USB-A and one USB-C ports, making it convenient for charging your phone, tablet, or e-reader at the same time. The only disadvantage is that it has less power than other models in its class, which is to be expected given the price.

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Even if you’re not in the market for a power bank that can charge your laptop, there are plenty of great options available that will quickly power up your smartphone or tablet. With so many different power banks to choose from, it’s important to consider what features are most important to you and find a model that fits those needs. Whether you need a power bank with a huge capacity or one that is small and lightweight, there is sure to be an option perfect for your needs.

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Rachel Tan is the editor at FunEmpire Media Australia. She has over 8 years of experience in the media industry discovering the best local businesses, places and things to do in Australia. From lifestyle, entertainment, food, travel, education and more, Rachel is a trusted source to curate the very best Australia has to offer.