I bought a power bank last year when I was on my way to cover an event, and my phone battery was about to die anytime soon. It was a quick purchase, not too informative and empowering. And so I told myself that if I will buy again a power bank, it would be the best choice.
What is a power bank
As many already know, a power bank is a compact and battery charger one can carry to power phones, tablets, and the like. Not all might be informed, though, that each power bank may hold as much as 20,000mAh or about 1,000mAh. The higher the mAh or milliamp hour means more power or more recharges for the smartphone.
For a homemaker like me who uses her mobile phone a lot as a calendar, notepad, camera, and connection to people, a 5000mAh is more than enough for daily usage. But because I move a lot and do several quick errands in a day, I can’t be near any charging port all the time. Thus, I prefer a 20,000mAh which can already keep my smartphone fully charged and ready to go for about two days or more.
What is a VEGER Power Bank
With several available in the market, it might be quite challenging to choose. So the best trick is to check on people’s reviews, especially from someone you consider an authority in technology. And from the top brands mentioned in most reviews, I find VEGER my choice. It is lightweight, so easy to carry and perfect for either my big backpack or small clutch bag. More than its stylish portable design, I love, too, that my VEGER Powerbank is power-packed with the following superb features:
- Overcurrent Protection
- Overvoltage Protection
- Temperature Protection
- Short Circuit Protection
- Input anti-reverse Protection
- Overcharge and Overdischarge Protection
VEGER Power Bank to test
I’ve put my VEGER Power Bank to the test several times, and it doesn’t fail me. It gives me this hope to use my a newly recharged phone when there are no other options. It has always been handy, fashionable, too, and very sturdy. Each unit also comes with a power cable with two different kinds of plugs, making it ideal for both Android and Apple users.
Lastly, with its accessible and affordable price tag, anyone who owns a phone can finally have a battery pack to make sure empty batteries are a thing of the past. Now, how’s that for your power bank?