Most smartphones these days struggle to make it through the day and need to be charged at least once before the day ends. If you’ve been facing battery life issues with your device, it’s time to get a power bank. In order to help you choose the best power banks that suits your needs, we’ve compiled a list of the 5 best power banks under 2000 INR.


Best Power Banks Under 2000 INR


1. Mi Power Bank 2i (10,000mAh) Power Bank

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Probably one of the best power backs in the market today, the Mi Power Bank 2i from Xiaomi offers a substantial 10,000mAh lithium-polymer battery in a durable aluminum alloy body and that too at a very affordable price. The Mi Power Bank 2i has two full-sized USB charging ports, both of which feature fast charging support. Depending on your device, the power bank can automatically adjust the output and is compatible with 5V/2.4A, 9V/2A, and 12V/1.5A modes. The Mi Power Bank can also adjust power output up to 18W to deliver fast and efficient charging for each connected device.

2. Lenovo PB500 (10,000mAh) Power Bank

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If you’re on a very tight budget but still want a power bank which is substantial enough to charge your smartphone at least twice, then you can’t go wrong with the Lenovo PB500. It’s the cheapest power bank on this list and for the price, it offers a decent 10,000mAh lithium-polymer battery in a light-weight and compact plastic body. The power bank has two full-sized USB-out ports with one rated at 5V/1A and the other rated at 5V/2A for faster charging.

The power bank can be charged using the included micro-USB cable and it takes about 6-7 hours to reach full charge. It also has an LED indicator which accurately displays the remaining charge, along with a power button next to the charging ports. While the build quality isn’t that great, it’s decent enough for the price and you can’t really expect much more at this price point. All-in-all, the Lenovo PB500 is a pretty decent power bank for the price and since it’s from a reputed company it is covered by a 1-year warranty so that you won’t have to worry about losing money on a faulty power bank.

3. iVOOMi Titan iV (15,000mAh) Power Bank

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If you’re looking for a power bank that offers a great battery, fast charging support, and a USB Type-C port in a stylish package, then the iVOOMi Titan iV is best for you. The power bank comes with a 15,000mAh lithium-polymer battery and features a total of three USB ports for charging, including two full-sized USB ports and one USB Type-C port. All the output ports are compatible with 5V/2A, 9V/2A and 12V/1.5A charging, so you wouldn’t have to worry about your devices taking ages to charge. The micro-USB input port also supports 5V/2.1A charging which will allow you to charge the power bank in just 5 hours and 20 minutes.

The iVOOMi Titan iV is encased in a stylish body with a pattern on the face which houses a smart LED indicator. The pattern lights up to indicate the amount of charge left on the device, with the LEDs turning green when the power bank has between 71% and 100% charge, blue when it has between 31% and 70% charge and red when it has less than 30% charge. The power bank is covered by a 1-year manufacturer warranty and it can be easily claimed at one of the 600+ iVOOMi service centers across the country.

4. Anker PowerCore (10,400mAh) Power Bank

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If you’re looking for a power bank that offers substantial battery capacity in an ultra-portable design then the Anker PowerCore 10400 is just for you. The power bank is encased in a compact and durable case which has been extensively tested for impacts and extreme temperatures. It offers a 10,400mAh battery with two full-sized USB ports, both of which support up to 5V/2.4A output. Anker has also made use of its PowerIQ and voltage boost technologies to deliver the fastest possible charge of 3A if a single port is in use.

In order to prevent any mishaps, the Anker PowerCore 10400 comes with a multi project safety system which ensures complete charge protection for the power bank and your devices. The charges come with a micro-USB cable for charge and a travel pouch so that you can easily carry it around with you. The power bank is backed by Anker’s 18-month warranty so that you can rest assured that you’ll get your money’s worth even if the device malfunctions.


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5. Asus Zen (10,050mAh) Power Bank

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Rounding off the list is the Zen power bank from Asus which offers a 10,050mAh battery in a very compact metal housing. Unlike most other power banks on this list, the Asus Zen power bank features a single full-sized USB port for charging, along with a micro-USB port for charging the power bank. Since the power bank is the size of a credit card, it doesn’t have room for more USB ports, which is quite justified.

The Asus Zen power bank supports a max output of 2.4A and comes with a safeguard against short circuits and overcharging. There’s a simple LED charge indicator to the right of the USB ports along with a large power button to turn on/off the device. The power bank is backed by a 6-month warranty from Asus and you can easily get it replaced in case something malfunctions. If you’re looking for a super compact power bank which you can keep in your backpack at all times, then the Asus Zen power bank is just for you.

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