And then there was this one : Chuwi M10 10.000mAh QC3.0 powerbank with bidirectional Type-C
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Let’s start off with performance regarding output current : all manufacturers’ specifications are met and can be exceeded a little bit, but not by much. Please keep in mind that prolonged output above the limits I found will result in a shutdown of output by the powerbank.
Charging this powerbank can only be done using 5V. Passthrough charging and UPS use are not an option.
Regarding output capacity, the numbers aren’t good. Looking at 5V output, it ends up in the middle of the category, surounded by older 18650-based powerbanks, which isn’t good, as this is a Li-Po based powerbank. And the 12V output numbers are even worse. Bottom third of the ranking is where it resides.
Not that many things to say here, it’s an average powerbank at best.
Type-C in- & output is a nice feature though.
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If you want to compare these results to the other powerbanks I have tested, you can find all results in the PBCC Google Sheet.