5 Features to Look for When Buying a Power Bank

When it comes to keeping your devices charged while on the move, there’s nothing better than a power bank. 

 However, never risk just going out and buying one. Not all power banks are created equal. 

You should look for several features to ensure you’re buying the right one, getting the most value for your money for the best charging experience. 

This post will discuss five features to look for when buying a power bank!

The Power Bank Capacity

The power bank capacity is one of the most important things to consider when making your purchase. Knowing how much power you need and what kind of devices you will be using is essential. 

The average power bank can charge a smartphone up to four times. If you have multiple devices or want to use your power bank for more than just charging your phone, you’ll need to look for a power bank with a higher capacity.

 A basic power bank will sit around the 5,000mAh mark, with 10,000mAh being the device to give you up to 2-3 charges (depending on your device). However, some brands offer devices up to 50,000mAh that can keep you going for weeks and can never keep laptops and other PCs powered up.

How the Power is Delivered

Some power banks have a single port that delivers a specific amount of power to one device. Others have multiple ports that can deliver different amounts of power, depending on what you’re charging. 

Check the power bank’s output so you know how much power it can deliver and what devices it can charge. The worst thing you can do is invest in a power bank that won’t be able to keep up with your needs.

Pass-Through Charging Capabilities

Pass-through charging.This means that the power bank can charge itself and your devices at the same time. This is an excellent feature if you need to charge your devices in a hurry and want to keep up and running.

This is great but doesn’t come without risk. Cheaper or poorly-made power banks risk overheating when using this feature for longer periods of time, and can even cause damage to your device. 

The Type of Charging Port

Some power banks use a standard USB port, while others use a Type C,micro-USB or Lightning port. Some banks come with all three or at least offer a range of adapters. You’ll need to ensure that the power bank you choose has the right port type!

The Display Options

Some power banks have a digital display that shows how much power remains in the form of a percentage. Others have a more advanced LCD display that shows you more information, such as the current power output, the time remaining until the power bank is fully charged, and sometimes even the device’s temperature.

 Whatever display experience you want is up to you, but if you want to track exactly where your devices are at and want a full power management experience, get yourself a power bank with a digital display.


Keep these things in mind when making your purchase to ensure you’re getting the most value for money. If you think you’re ready, then check out the Veger range of high-performance power banks today!

With power banks offering all kinds of features and specs, including;

- Power banks with energy levels ranging from 5,000mAh to 50,000mAh
- Pass-through charging
- Wireless and fast charging options
- Slim, lightweight designs
- Intelligent safety mechanisms that protect your devices and keep them going for longer

There’s no doubt Veger has all the power banks you could ever want or need!

Start shopping today!