Best Power Banks Under Rs.1,000 (January 2020)

by | Jan 7, 2020

Power banks are an essential gadget in day to day life for most of the mobile users. It can be a really handy device if you are travelling or when you don’t have ready access to a power grid to charge your gadget.

Majority of the entry-level power banks fall under Rs.1,000 price range and picking the best out of it is challenging.

That’s exactly why we spend some time on it to find the best battery packs available in the market, just for you. In this article, we bring you the curated list of the best Power banks under Rs.1,000.

Best Power Bank Under Rs.1,000

1. Mi PB10IZMOverall Best Pick
2. Ambrane PP150Runner-Up Pick
3. Rock ITP106Value for Money Power Bank
4. iPro IP1042Portable Power Bank
5. Lapguard LG514Best Budget Power Bank
6. Pebble PICOSmall and Compact Powerbank
7. Syska PowerShell 100Best Build Quality
8. Philips DLP6006BHonorable Mention

1. Mi PLM10IZM

Overall Best Pick
  • 18W fast charging
  • Two-way fast charge
  • Intelligent power output

Xiaomi has been launching electronics products in India right and left in every segment.

The Mi PLM10IZM is the power bank offering from Xiaomi which succeeds its much-praised Mi Power bank 2.

Battery Capacity

Equipped with a Lithium – Polymer 10,000mAh battery pack, the Mi PLM10IZM has an actual output capacity around 7000mAh.

The outer case is made of anodized aluminium that can withstand a couple of falls without affecting the functionality of the power bank.

Hardware Features

This power bank comes with two output ports that support fast charging supplying power up to rated amperage of 2.4A.

Two-way quick charge support ensures that along with charging your device quicker, the power bank itself can be charged faster from an external power source.

Surge Protection

Xiaomi has implemented various measures to protect the internal circuit from surges and overheating of the components.

A 4 LED battery level indicator helps you to determine the state of charge on the power bank.


The Mi PLM10IZM budget power bank supports 18W fast charging which no other devices in its segment possess.

This means that if you have a compatible fast charger with you, you can juice up the power bank much quicker, in less than half of what it takes to top up with a conventional charger.


Since manufactured locally, the taxes are low and this lets Xiaomi price the power bank very aggressively.

Priced at Rs.899, The Xiaomi Mi PLM10IZM is the overall best power bank available right now in India.


Anodized aluminium chassis


9-layer circuit chip protection


Slim and lightweight


No LED torch


Battery Capacity 10,000 mAh
Output Ports2

2. Ambrane PP150

Runner-Up Pick
  • Dual USB A and single USB C port
  • The actual charging capacity of 8250mAh
  • Compatible with iOS/Android devices

Ambrane is one of India’s leading mobile phone accessories brands with its product portfolio ranging from power banks to earphones to smart wearables.

The Ambrane PP150 is one of kind of portable power bank incorporating a USB-C port, which is fast becoming the standard replacing the micro-USB connectors.

Design and Build Quality

The Ambrane PP150 comes with compact and stylish form factor accentuated by the minimal yet elegant black colour scheme.

The rubberized covering over the plastic chassis makes this device less prone to accidental scratches and increases the handgrip.

The rubberized texture kind of provides some sort of shock resistance to the internal components as well.

The silver-coated power button adorns the front of this otherwise minimally designed budget power bank along with four status LED indicators which act as battery level reminder.

Battery Capacity

The Ambrane PP150 has a 15000mAh Li-Po battery inside for juicing up your devices on the go.

This battery has an actual output capacity of 8250mAh available for charging external devices.


This is where the Ambrane P150 trumps other power banks in its segment.

This device comes with two regular USB A ports with rated power delivery up to 2.1A, a USB Type C port and a regular micro USB port for charging the power bank itself.


The Ambrane PP150 features a host of circuitry protection measures to ensure that the power bank doesn’t get overheated.

There is also voltage fluctuation protection built into the power bank to ensure the safety of the battery inside and the device to be charged.


The Ambrane PP150 is a very capable budget power bank priced under Rs.1000 offering a wide variety of connectivity options.

Thanks to its sufficient choice of port selection, this power bank can be used with virtually any kind of portable electronic gadget out there in the market.


Minimal yet elegant design


Intuitive charging LED indicators


High-density Li-Po battery


Slow charging


Battery Capacity 10000mAh
Output Ports3

3. Rock ITP 106

Value for Money Power Bank
  • Best for long trips
  • Premium features on a budget
  • USB C port for charging

Rock is an Indian power electronics manufacturer that has recently forayed into the power bank market in the country.

The Rock ITP 106 (13000mAh) is a classy product that offers crazy good features at an affordable budget.

Design and Build Quality

Although priced considerably less than its competitors when the battery capacity is concerned, the company hasn’t cut the corner in terms of build quality.

The rubberized matte finish offers good grip while holding this product in hand.

The rubber coating also protects your devices from scratches when kept inside the bag carelessly along with other devices.

Battery Capacity

The 13000mAh Lithium-ion battery is more than sufficient for you to charge your smartphone up to three times.

This product is advertised to have a conversion rate of about 75% which roughly translates to usable battery capacity around 10000mAh.

Hardware Features

There are two USB ports present to charge two devices simultaneously off this power bank.

Along with a micro USB port, a USB C port is present as well so that you can either charge using a C type cable or a normal micro USB charger.


Now let’s discuss the downsides of this product. First things first, this power bank is heavy.

It weighs about 325g which is significantly more than any product on this list.

There isn’t a torchlight on this power bank. So if you have to use this at night, you’d have to depend upon an external light source.


If you are in search of a budget power bank that offers you some of the premium features, the Rock ITP 106 is the best bet for you.

The addition of a USB C port is very much useful nowadays as most of the newer generation devices including laptops come with one.


Good packaging


The rubberized finish offers good grip


Overcharge protection




No torchlight


Battery Capacity 13000mAh
Output Ports2

4. IPro IP1042

ipro -Ip1042
Best Portable Power Bank
  • Best suited for use during short trips
  • Pocket-sized power bank
  • Respectable 10,400 mAh capacity

IPro IP1042 is a compact and pocketable power bank that features a 10,400mAh battery inside.

Build quality and design

This power bank weighs only 212g and will fit inside your pocket or bags very comfortably. The build quality is decent and nothing worth bragging about.

The outer shell is made of plastic. The front shell houses the power button and the LED status indicators.

On the bottom side, two USB output ports are rated at 5V, 1A and 2.1A respectively.

Battery capacity

Even though the Lithium-ion battery inside is of 10,400 mAh capacity, the actual output these batteries deliver is roughly about 7050 mAh.

With this power bank, you can charge your smartphone at least 2 times on a single charge.


If you are confused about compatibility issues with iPhones and other Apple products, don’t worry.

This power bank works as advertised with almost all the products in the market.


This power bank comes in handy during quick trips. The compact form factor that’s easily pocketable helps it to be kept inside the pocket without much noticeable heft.

The company provides the 1-year worth of warranty on this product. Weird enough the warranty covers only manufacturing defects and if anything else, you’ll be charged for the same.


If you want a pocketable power bank with sizeable battery capacity, the Ipro IP1042 is a great choice.

Priced under Rs.1000, this is one of the best affordable power banks that will charge an average-sized battery capacity smartphone at least twice.


Easily pocketable






Average build quality


Limited warranty


Battery Capacity 10400mAh
Output Ports2

5. Lapguard LG514

Honorable Mention
  • Best for indoor use
  • Affordable high capacity power bank
  • 1-year warranty

Lapguard is one of the cheapest power bank manufacturers in the country at present.

The company offers some of the high capacity power banks at half the price at which its competitors retail for.


The Lapguard LG514 is a 10,400 mAh box-shaped power bank that has a minimal design upfront.

The power button and the status indicator LEDs blends on the chassis quite well.

This power bank from Lapguard features three output ports.

Battery capacity

The battery pack inside is capable of charging an average battery size Android smartphone up to 2.5 times without any trouble.

This power bank takes about 7-8 hours to completely charge up. The device heats up slightly while charging but it is to be expected.

The USB cable that comes in the box is too short and uncomfortable to use. Not a deal-breaker though as we all will have a spare USB cable lying around.

Surge and overheat protection

All the basic circuitry protection measures have been included with this power bank.

There is surge protection built-in so that sudden spike in voltage while charging won’t damage the device.

Along with this, the overheat protection mechanism senses the battery temperature and when it crosses a predefined threshold, cut off the supply and saves the battery as well the other components inside.

Lapguard provided a generous one year warranty on this product in case anything unfortunate happens in between.


Lapguard LG514 is an affordable entry-level power bank that comes with a 10400mAh capacity battery inside.

If you’re looking for a no-frills power bank that is well built and has a proper surge protection mechanism to protect your precious device from unforeseen events, this is it.


Minimal design




Circuitry protection mechanisms


Average build quality


The supplied USB cable is too short


Battery Capacity 10400mAh
Output Ports3

6. Pebble PICO

Small and Compact Power Bank
  • Lightweight and pocketable
  • An intuitive battery percentage indicator
  • Compatible with all devices

The Pebble PICO is a palm-sized micropower bank that comes with a 10,000 mAh battery capacity.


The main USP of this power bank is its compact form factor rather than the large-capacity battery inside.

The Pebble PICO is noticeably small enough to be carried even in your shirt pocket. This device weighs in around 250 g.

Build quality and other hardware features

The external casing of this power bank is made of plastic and boasts of a textured finish. This textured finish gives the device a premium feel.

Upfront, this power bank has a battery percentage indicator that displays the percentage in numbers which is a much-desired feature that every manufacturer should adopt.

Port selection

At the bottom is where the connectivity ports are located.

As usual, there are two USB output ports with 1A and 2.1A at 5V. The power bank gets charged in itself via a micro USB port.

Battery capacity

From the advertised battery capacity of 10000 mAh, ~ 6800 mAh is available for charging up your devices.

For a compact power bank that weight only 250 g, this number is very impressive, to say the least. You can charge your smartphone twice if not less.

Compatibility and surge protection

There is no issue of compatibility with Apple devices as well. This power banks works across all devices capable of USB charging without any problem.

Despite the compact size, Pebble has made no compromises in surge shield protection.

The company employs a 10-way circuit protection mechanism to save the power bank and connected devices from over as well as under voltage damages.


The Pebble PICO is a pocket-sized portable power bank that is very convenient to carry.

Despite its small size and form factor, it carries a 10000mAh battery inside that can charge your smartphone for a minimum of two times.


Compact and lightweight


Excellent size to capacity ratio


Circuit protection measures


Average quality USB charging cable


Battery Capacity 10000mAh
Output Ports2

7. Syska Power Shell 100

Best Build Quality
  • Best in class battery
  • Multi-device compatibility
  • Compact and lightweight

Syska is a leading electronics accessories manufacturer in India having its market spread on consumer durables such as Bluetooth speakers and headphones.

The Syska Power Shell 100 is a 10,000mAh power bank that features one of the best in class battery packs inside, certified for user safety by the competent authorities.

Design and Build Quality

The Syska Power Shell 100 is made of high-quality ABS plastic that feels tough and solid while holding the device in hand.

The power button on this device is embossed on to the chassis, making it a bit hard to locate and press down.

The micro USB charging port sits on the side whereas the output ports are located on the top section.

There is an LED status indicator set up on the front that displays the battery percentage in a glance.

Overall, the build quality is decent for the price tag and the bare minimum design make this power bank one of the lightest 10,000mAh power bank in the market.

Battery Capacity

The Syska Power Shell 100 features a 10,000 mAh Li-Po battery pack inside.

This battery pack has been rigorously tested for safety by Government agencies to ensure the user’s protection.

The actual output capacity of this 10,000mAh power bank is approximately about 6,950mAh which on an average is enough to charge an Android phone twice.

Hardware Features

This power bank comes with precise IC protection that reduces the risk of battery failure from overcharging and short circuit.

The two available output ports are rated at 5V/2.1A which makes charging from either of these ports faster.

Unfortunately, there isn’t an LED torchlight present on this budget power bank.


If you are more inclined to give importance to safety and durability, the Syska Power shell 100 is the best choice for a power bank under Rs.1,000.

The BIS certified battery pack and the IC protection circuitry inside make this a safe and secure portable power source for your gadgets.


Premium construction


Six month warranty


Overcharging protection


No torchlight


Battery Capacity 10000mAh
Output Ports2

8. Philips DLP6006B

Feature-Rich Power Bank
  • Faux leather finish
  • Three output ports
  • 1-year warranty

The Philips DLP6006B is a budget battery pack ideal for use while travelling or camping.

This power bank has an 11,000mAh battery inside to juice up your companion devices on the go.

Design and Build Quality

The design of this power bank is unique from the plastic-clad budget devices that we have reviewed in the past.

The Philips DLP6006B has a faux leather outer layer over the plastic, making it look like a premium fashion accessory more than a power bank.

This leather insert makes it comfortable to hold and offers excellent grip.

The output ports are positioned on the sides and the charging port along with the single LED flash can be found on the lower part.

In the front, a relatively big LED numeric display that indicates the battery level is present, accompanied by a power button.

Battery Capacity

The Philips DLP6006B has an 11,000mAh battery inside, of which approximately 7250mAh is the actual usable charging capacity.

With the high-quality internal circuitry, Philips has managed to reduce the idle power drain with this battery pack.

This means that the battery retention is now much better than the older models.

Also, during charging, the power bank automatically adjusts the input current to improve the efficiency and durability of the battery pack inside.

Hardware Features

This device features 3 output ports to supply charge for multiple devices simultaneously. There are two 5V/1A supply ports and one high-speed 5V/2.1A port for quick charging.

These three ports can be simultaneously used, without any significant drop in the rated charging speeds.

There is a single LED bulb on the bottom of this power bank that adds torch functionality to the device.

This is useful especially when you are travelling or camping, to see things at night.

The battery status indicator is easy to understand and it lights up the respective percentage, which is more of an approximate guess than a precise measurement.


If you’re in search of a good-looking budget power bank that can be used to charge multiple devices at once, the Philips DLP6006B is a great choice.

Apart from the fact that this device is a bit bulky, the battery pack inside delivers excellent charge retention and consistent charge delivery.


Reliable brand


Compact design


One year warranty


Heavy and bulky


Battery Capacity 11000mAh
Output Ports3

That sums up the best power banks available in the Indian market that we recommend to our customers.

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Power Bank – Buying Guide

These are the key points to keep in mind while buying a power bank.

We have analyzed power banks with these key features in mind.

Make sure you compare power banks according to these features.

1. Battery Capacity

When buying a power bank the most important factor to look for is the battery capacity.

Power banks capacity varies from product to product depending on the number of cells in the power bank.

Another key aspect to check is whether the battery cells are Lithium-ion or Lithium Polymer.

According to Android Authority writer Mathew Sabatini, Lithium-ion battery and Lithium-Polymer battery do not differ much in performance.

But Lithium-Polymer batteries are very lightweight and have improved safety.

So they are more durable against overheating and overcharging.

2. Conversion Rate or Effective Output

Batteries inside the power banks are usually rated at 3.7V.

The battery capacity listed by the manufacturer will be based on this rating.

But the USB output from the power bank is rated at 5V.

The actual capacity of the power bank will be based on this rating.

The actual 5V capacity is given by the equation (3.7 x advertised capacity / 5).

Suppose if a manufacturer sells 10000mAh power bank with an advertised conversion rate of 90 %, the actual 5V capacity of that power bank will be ( 3.7 x 10000 /5 ) = 7400mAh.

With the conversion rate of 90%, the actual capacity available to charge devices will be ( 90% of 7400mAh) = 6660mAh.

Always take consideration of the conversion rate the manufacturer advertises to get a rough estimate of the juice that you will be able to extract from the power bank.

3. Number of Output Ports

A power bank may be used to charge multiple devices simultaneously or you may want to charge at a different Ampere according to the device specification.

Some power bank has only 1 output port at 2.1A and some have 2 or 3 ports at 2.1A and 1A.

So before buying your power bank make sure that it has enough output ports satisfying your needs.

4. Design

Look and feel of power banks are also an important aspect.

No one wants to buy an ugly looking power bank that is difficult handle while charging on the go.

Make sure the design of power bank is suitable to fit into your pocket.

A good design enhances the experience of handling a power bank.

5. Portability

The sole purpose of buying a power bank is to charge your device when you are traveling and you can’t find a charging point.

Hence portability of your power bank is paramount.

An ideal power bank should be lightweight.

It should weigh just around 200gms.

A bulky power bank will be difficult to carry on the go in your pocket. It should fit nicely in your hand.