A Power Bank That Is Hard To Beat at $60


Let’s face it, when it comes to power banks, chargers, and cords Anker is one of the best companies out there. They have been around for a long time and continue to be one of the best named manufacturers in this space.

Anker is a leader in charging technology that includes wireless charging, car charging, portable chargers, and wall chargers. It is hard to find a better company when looking for products to charge your phone, tablet, and laptops.

3 USB Outputs / 2 Micro USB Input


  • Model # A1277
  • 26800mAh battery
  • 20W
  • Input= 5V-4A (5V-2A max per port)
  • Output= 5V-6A (5V-3A max per port)
  • 3.2 x 7.1 x 0.9 inches
  • 1.1 pounds


  • 26800mAh of power charges most phones over 6 times, tablets at least 2 times and any other USB device multiple times
  • High-Speed Charging: 3 USB output ports equipped with Anker’s PowerIQ and Voltage Boost technology ensure high speed charging for three devices simultaneously (not compatible with Qualcomm Quick Charge)
  • Recharge 2x faster – dual micro USB (20W) input offers recharge speeds up to twice as fast as standard portable chargers. Full recharge in just over 6 hours while using both ports.


The Anker Power Bank 26800 really impressed me when I used it as the sole way of charging my iPhone and iPad. You can see how much juice I was able to get to my devices on a single charge below.

Device ChargedTime ChargedStarting BatteryEnding BatteryTotal Charge
iPhone X68 minutes24%88%64%
iPhone X60 minutes28%74%46%
iPad Pro 12.9 (original)160 minutes29%95%66%
iPad Pro 12.9 (original)92 minutes50%87%37%
iPad Pro 12.9 (original)45 minutes20%42%22%
iPad Pro 12.9 (original)72 minutes28%61%33%

Once the Anker Power Bank 26800 was drained to 0% I then tested how long it would take to completely recharge it. I was suprised to find that it took 22 hours to fully recharge. Anker does say that it can be fully recharged in 6 hours when using both 4A input ports. I only used 1 in my testing out of curiosity



  • 26800mAh battery allows for charging for days
  • 3 USB ports
  • 2 Micro USB input ports


  • 26800mAh battery means it will take time to full recharge
  • heavy device due to the large battery capacity



I was very impressed with the Anker Power Bank 26800. I would of expected to pay $100+ for a power bank that would let me charge my devices as much as the Anker did. Only being $59.99 on Amazon is very amazing to me. It is a little bigger and heavier than I would ultimately like however it is hard to beat how much juice this carries for the price.

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