Overall: All three of this power banks are pretty good compared to my other power banks. They have good output, compact, and the additional touch that most other power banks aren’t: they’re water resistant which make it ideal for camping.
The three powerbanks have similar qualities so this is a big comprehensive review of the features for all three, with their differences being pointed out.
- Good capacity- These portable chargers have a 2600,5200, and 10400 mAh capacity respectively which is definitely a pretty good sized capacity compared to the ~1500 mAh capacity for an iPhone 5. All three of them have a 1A output which is a standard output for phones. Obviously the bigger the powerbank, the bigger the capacity. The 10400 powerbank has two outputs with one of them having a 2.1A output.
- Very Compact- Even for the biggest size, the powerbanks are pretty compact. You can easily carry it anywhere. I keep it in the car and whenever I need to charge my phone, I just keep the portable charger in my pocket and charge my phone in the same pocket. Even the biggest powerbank fits in my pocket.
- Durable- All three of these look very sturdy and look like they’re going to last a long time.
- Comes with Micro-USB to USB cable. This charger is charged with a Micro-USB cable and you can also use the cable to charge an Android phone or anything that uses a Micro-USB to charge.
- Battery Display- The 5200 and the 10,400 have battery displays of four lights that displays the amount of charge in each which is a handy feature.
- Flashlight- the 5200 and the 10400 have a built-in flashlight which makes these two powerbanks ideal for camping.
- Water resistant and shock proof- All three of these powerbanks are water-resistant and shockproof which makes it even better for camping. They have a flap over the inputs and outputs that prevents the water from seeping through. They are all water resistant to to level IP54.
- 3-year warranty: speaks for itself.