So far so good. I like this charger it seems to do the job for the most part, I will explain this further in my pros & cons section. I was asked to review this in exchange for a discount on it. This being a review and my second 20000mAh Power bank purchase this year I immediately compared the two and this what I noticed about this one that were the Pros versus Cons. The other one I own is iMuto 20000mAh Compact External Battery Power Bank Portable Charger with Smart LED Digital Display and Quick Charge, Backup Battery Pack which is 29.99.
Thinner, lighter and better looking than the iMuto. The iMuto is a large brick weighing over a lb whereas this one is just about 13 oz. It has 2 additional ports whereas the iMuto only provides 2 ports for plug in this one you can plug in 4 at a time. The case has a good grip to it so it's not likely to slide out of your hand and the blue color is nice looking. Overall this is a very good looking power bank.
Seems to lose charge faster than the iMuto, when in a neck and neck battle to charge a phone. The fast charging is at a rate of about 12 percent on my Samsung Note 4 in about 15 min, which is very similar to the iMuto one I have had. The price is a little bit higher than others. It has a 4 square power level indicator whereas with the iMuto I have an actual percentage remaining. It however seems to charge itself at a faster rate, although I typically charge overnight so I didn't time it to 100% and without the digital indicator I'm also not sure when it's 100% versus just above 75%.
Would I recommend buying this yes despite some of the cons because it's lighter. For someone who wants to carry this around with them frequently the reduced weight really does make a difference. When it comes to something you would want to have just for camping etc, I would go with the iMuto as it's not going to matter about the additional weight, but it will give you a better indicator of when to cut back to save.
I received this in exchange for my honest opinion no other compensation was received and the iMuto I purchased previously on the advice of a friend, having now used it for a few months I felt inclined to compare the two.