Best Affordable Original Power Bank You Can Buy in Nigeria 2020/2021: Their Specs and Price Range in Nigeria

Best Affordable Original Power Bank You Can Buy in Nigeria 2020/2021: Their Specs and Price Range in Nigeria

 Cheap Affordable Original Power Bank You Can Buy in Nigeria 2020/2021,

 Their Specs and Price Range in Nigeria 

Buyer's ultimate guide for cheap original power banks available in Nigeria


No matter your budget, there are some series of original power bank you can buy in Nigeria as a makeweight to power failure. These sets of power banks are always portable especially when you want to carry them along with you on the go. They're such a savior to us as you don't have to worry about power failure again.





Due to the rapid technological advancements, most of our daily gadgets like smartphones, laptops, media players, iPad, tablets, and lots more are being powered by a battery. You'll need one of these handy power banks to stay connected with friends and family. Our top 7 list of best affordable power banks are compatible with laptops, iPhone, Android devices, MP3 and MP4 players, etc.


Nevertheless, it seems getting a quality, affordable power bank is another issue to tackle. In as much as I don't want to say this, most of the Nigerian markets are filled with substandard products and false battery capacity. To save you from falling victim to these inferior products, we've done some extensive research and compiled a top 7 list of the best affordable power bank you can buy in Nigeria 2020. To make things easier for you, we've included their different battery capacities and price range in Nigeria. The entire products listed on our 7 best affordable power banks are from trusted top brands and high quality. They're the best products you can find in the Nigerian market today. 



Our Top 7 List of Best Affordable Power Bank at a Glance


Anker PowerCore 20100 Portable charger 

New Age 22,500 mAh Power Bank 

Oraimo 6000mAh Powerbank

New Age 4,400mAh Y20 PowerBank 

New Age Virgin 15,000mAh Power Bank

Anker PowerCore 13000 Portable Charger 

       7. Omni 20,000mAh USB-C Portable Power Bank


Anker PowerCore 20,100 Portable charger 

Battery Capacity: 20,100mAh | Charging Ports: 2 | Price in Nigeria: ₦ 19,000


Undoubtedly, one of the best affordable, and most reliable power bank chargers in Nigeria. The Anker PowerCore 20100mAh power bank charger is a product from American leading gadgets brand, Anker. Built with a massive 20,100mAh battery, and comes an 18 months warranty duration, this Anker product is a priority product for every Nigeria. Amazingly, this Anker power bank never disappoints. You can always rely on it while on a long journey.

Amazingly, it can comfortably charge your iOS device seven times, Android device 3-5 times depending on your device's battery capacity. The Anker PowerCore 20100mAh power bank is also compatible with the Apple MacBook 12-inch (2015) laptop. The power bank has the ability to charge 2 devices at a time -- thanks to its two USB charging port. Astonishing, the PowerCore 20100mAh power bank has a fast-charging functionality. This will make your smartPhone to charge faster than expected. The only backslide of this Anker power bank is its weight. However, that won't be a problem since you can comfortably hold, or slide it inside your laptop bag, or handbag.



New Age 22,500 mAh Power Bank 

Battery Capacity: 22,500mAh | Charging Ports: 2 | Price in Nigeria: ₦ 11,000


This is another quality affordable power bank on our top 7 best list of affordable power bank 2020. It's a top choice for you when you're looking for a big battery life power bank but don't have enough cash to purchase the Anker PowerCore 20,100mAh power bank. New Age is a top-notch gadgets brand in Nigeria generally known for their quality products. 

The New Age 22,500mAh power bank debuts a 22,500mAh battery capacity and it's compatible with the charging of smartphones (iOS and Android), tablets, MP3, MP4, etc. Amazingly, the 22,500mAh portable power bank comes with an LCD panel display which is used to show the charging status. It also charges two devices simultaneously, thanks to its 2 USB ports.


Oraimo 6000mAh Powerbank

Battery Capacity: 6,000mAh | Charging Ports: 2 | Price in Nigeria: ₦ 4,000


This Oraimo 6,000mAh is one of the most trusted affordable power banks you can find in Nigeria 2020. With over 150+ positive reviews on Jumia.com.ng, this Oraimo 6,000mAh portable charger is a quality product from a trusted brand. This product can charge a 2,500mAh smartphone 2-3 times.

It's strongly built to give you quality and the best service you can ever dream of having from a  ₦4,000 power bank. It has support for over-voltage, overcharge, short circuit, over-discharge, and temperature resistance. One of its two USB charging ports ensures your device charges fast with it's 2.1A charge, while the other is 1A output.


New Age 4,400mAh Y20 PowerBank 

Battery Capacity: 4,400mAh | Charging Ports: 1 | Price in Nigeria: ₦ 3,500


This is the cheapest power bank charger on our list of 7 best affordable power bank you can buy in Nigeria 2020. This New Age's power bank debuts a 4,400mAh battery capacity. This could give you just a phone full charge or more depending on your phone's battery capacity. This New Age's power bank is just like an extra battery in case you experienced a power shortage in your area.

It's the best 4,400mAh battery charger you can find in the Nigerian market. Unfortunately, it only possesses one charging port. However, it's the best you can find for that cheap price.


New Age Virgin 15,000mAh Power Bank

Battery Capacity: 15,000mAh | Charging Ports: 2 | Price in Nigeria: ₦ 7,500


Power banks have become an integral part of human life. The desire to solve all human problems never ceases to end, most especially in the power sector. New Age never fails to deliver in this aspect. Welcome to a sneak peek into the world of New Age's latest 15,000mAh virgin power bank. I can proudly tell you that we've tested this one by ourself and strongly recommends it to anyone who wants to buy a 15,000mAh power bank.

During the period of our testing, this portable charger was able to power a Tecno Pop 2f device for 2-4 times without been connected to electricity. It's among the few power banks on our list with multiple 2.1A USB charging ports. It's compatible with all mobile phones, MP3s, tablets, and lots more.


Anker PowerCore 13,000mAh Portable Charger

Battery Capacity: 13,000mAh | Charging Ports: 2 | Price in Nigeria: ₦ 13,500


The Anker PowerCore 13,000mAh power bank is my personal chosen power bank for anyone who desires to go for a larger battery capacity charger. My reason is that, with a cheap price of ₦ 13,500, it really surpasses some costlier power bank with that same features. As for me, I would personally recommend it to anyone over the aforementioned Anker PowerCore 20,100 power bank. My reasons are simple. Instead of spending ₦ 19,000 on the Anker PowerCore 20,100mAh portable charger, it's better to save the money and invest ₦ 13,500 with that same features. However, the only difference is the battery capacity.

Aside from that, it weighs less, giving you the opportunity to slide it inside your pocket while on the go.



Omni 20,000mAh USB-C Portable Power Bank

Battery Capacity: 20,000mAh | Charging Ports: 4 | Price in Nigeria: ₦ 117,500


The Omni 20,000mAh portable charger is the king of all power bank solutions. It gives you the solution to a situation where one device can power up to 4 laptops, tablets, smartphones (Android and iOS), MP3s, etc. It debuts a 2× USB-C and 2× USB-A ports. It's surely an uncompromising power bank for your numerous gadgets. The enabled USB-C port can supply up to 100W output and 45W input. 

Additionally, with the USB ports, you can manage and sync your files on multiple devices. It's truly a multi-function power bank. This Omni 15,000mAh portable charger debuts an OLED screen display whereby you can know the power levels of your connected devices. The high price tag might be the stepping stone stopping you from buying this quality power bank.


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