Airborne Tech-168 16800 mAh Power Bank Review – Slim, Reliable, and Charges Androids and iPhones

Airborne Tech-168 16800 mAh Power Bank Review – Slim, Reliable, and Charges Androids and iPhones



Airborne Tech-168 16,800 mAh Power Bank Review

Here’s a power bank with a massive capacity in a long but thin and easy to hold body. The Airbone Tech-168 16,800 mAh capacity power bank has dual ports for simultaneous dual 1A and 2.1A charging, a comes-with pouch, and a cable that’s compatible with both Androids and iPhones.

Airborne Tech-168 16,800 mAh Power Bank Review

Out of the box – multi-tip charging cable, the Airborne Tech-168 power bank, and free pouch.

The Good

Easy to hold because of the ergonomic design. Textured surface make for good grip. The long profile makes it easy to grab and stow in your bag, and pull out. The comes-with pouch lets you keep both power bank and charging cable in one place all the time.

Airborne Tech-168 16,800 mAh Power Bank Review

The comes-with charging cable is genius – it lets you charge Apple devices (iPad, iPhone, iPhone 5, iPhone 6, iPod), Android devices, digital cameras, tablet PC, Mp3/mp4 players, and other digital products. Of course, dual charging is possible, but you need another charging cable. Get the Airborne Tech-168 from Lazada.

Airborne Tech-168 16,800 mAh Power Bank Review

The Airborne Tech-168 is only a tad longer than the Ekopak 13000 mAh, so you get 3,800 mAh more for a just a bith of added length.

Airborne Tech-168 16,800 mAh Power Bank Review

The multi-tip charging cable lights up whenever it’s plugged into the charger. Phone above is the Honor 6 Plus.

Airborne Tech-168 16,800 mAh Power Bank Review

16,800 mAh is a lot of power in a single power bank. This is the power bank you’d want to bring with you on vacation. It’s enough for your hungry phablets and tablets. You’ll definitely be bringing few power banks to your out of town trips.

Airborne Tech-168 16,800 mAh Power Bank Review

 

The Maybe Bad

There’s no charge indicator button. To check the power bank’s charge level, you need to plug in the charging cable. The 4 LED lights activate and tell you how much juice is left.

Airborne Tech-168 16,800 mAh Power Bank Review

The Airborne Tech-168 is about twice the price of the Ekopak 13000 mAh, which only slight longer than the Airborne but has 3,800 mAh less capacity. Right now, the the Airborne Tech-168 sells for P3,590 at Lazada.

Airborne Tech-168 16,800 mAh Power Bank Review

Left to right: Airborne Tech-168, Ekopack 1300 mAh, ASUS ZenPower 10050 mAh, Mi 10400 mAh, Yoobao 10400 mAh.

As with most power bank around this capacity, it takes about two full work shifts to charge – 14-16 hours.

Airborne Tech-168 16,800 mAh Power Bank Review

 

Verdict

The P3,590 price is really the hurdle here, as there are other power banks of nearly similar capacity that’s cheaper. But the allure of the Airborne Tech-168 is both the large capacity and the slim profile. That’s a lot power in a thin but long body. So if you’re looking for a single bring-to-vacation power bank that solves your phone problems, this is it.

Airborne Tech-168 16,800 mAh Power Bank Review

Get the Airborne Tech-168 on Lazada.com.ph.

 

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Irwin Allen Rivera loves his wife's cooking so much he's now twice the man he used to be. His English essay won a Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature in 2012. His philosophical-horror story appeared in Philippine Speculative Fiction 8 (2013). He was managing editor and lead writer of Sites and Symbols 2 (2005), a coffee-table book about buildings in UP Diliman - his alma mater (BA Philosophy; MA Creative Writing continuing). He worked at the UP Diliman Information Office before shifting to web content writing. His sudden fiction, "Notwithstanding Pigs," initially a Friendster testimonial, appeared in Philippines Graphic (2006) and in Very Short Stories for Harried Readers (2007). He used to write for www.technoodling.net.