Best Powerful Graphene Power Bank of 2021 – A Review

The technology used by smartphones has improved continuously over the years, but the battery is still the Lithium-ion polymer.  It has certain drawbacks, like losing its potential after 500 recharge cycles. Also, it occupies about 50% of the smartphone space. The graphene battery looks to replace lithium-ion batteries in the future.

In this article, the graphene power bank review is for those available in the market right now and some in the production stage.

  • Apollo Traveler

Apollo Traveler

If you plan to buy a graphene power bank now, then Apollo Traveler is on top of the recommendation list. This power back uses Graphene technology. Graphene layers increase the efficiency of the power bank.  It has a capacity of 500mAh and can be fully charged in just about 18 minutes. graphene battery companies like ELECJET, the manufacturers of Apollo Power Banks, package a 60W USB-C PD charger that charges pretty fast.   It also has a USB-A port in addition to the USB-C PD. It gives a maximum output of up to 45W. The graphene technology allows the Apollo Traveler to last 10000 charge cycles. Compared to regular power banks, it is exceptional.  The price tag is  $88 though it can change.

  • Allseas Graphene Wireless Portable Charger

Allseas Graphene Wireless Portable Charger

The next on the list is the Allseas Graphene Wireless Portable Charger that can charge without any wires. It has a capacity of 20000mAh and is equipped with a triple USB output port. It has an LCD digital feature that shows how much battery is left with 100 % accuracy.  It has a 9V 1.1 A /5V 1.5A output for wireless charging and supports major charging protocols like PD 18W, VOOC, and QC3.0.

The charging time to charge fully is between 100-120 minutes if one uses a 60W adapter. It is compatible with devices like smartphones and laptops.   The graphene power bank is safe and allowed in flights. It has a long life due to graphene; also, it does not heat up while charging and is available online on Amazon.

  • Real Graphene G Lite 5000mAh

Real graphene G Lite 5000mAh

This power bank offers the true capabilities of graphene with its 5000mAh capacity. It can charge a smartphone in just 17 minutes.  It is compatible with smartphones, cameras, laptops, drones, and many other gadgets. The graphene G Lite has pass-through support means one can charge both the smartphone and the power bank simultaneously.   It charges up to 1000 charging cycles and is five times faster. The graphene keeps a battery cool and safe.  The other feature of G Lite is its 30 W and 18 W output support for Type C and Type A, respectively.  The input support is 60 W maximum.  If one uses Type C and A together, then the output is 15 W. The price tag is $59.99. The best part is that it is commercially available, and one gets it right now on Amazon.

  • Ultron Graphene Power Bank

Ultron Graphene Power Bank

Because it is available commercially right now, one recommends Apollo Traveller spite its low capacity of 5000 mAh. If one is looking for more capacity, then Ultron Graphene Power bank is recommended as this graphene power bank of 20000mah capacity is huge. This capacity is insane, and another big feature is that it charges fast. It can be charged in 85 minutes.  The other highlight is its 2000 charging cycles and better than traditional power banks. It can support Qualcomm QC 3.0 and USB PD 2.0 and has a wireless charging option with a pad built on top that can charge smartphones.

  • Charges by Flash

This is last in the list, not commercially available, and is at the crowdfunding stage.  The manufacturers of this power bank are using the crowdfunding platform. They claim to be the most powerful power bank with support for charging 170W USB-C PD.

The Flash is supposedly made from Tesla’s graphene battery. It consists of 4 x 21700 Tesla Lithium Polymer Graphene Composite Battery Cells.   It has 2000 recharge cycles. The Flash has two variants, 1.0 and 2.0, and both with 20000mAh capacity. Flash 1.0 has two USB-A ports and one USB-C PD port. The USB-A port supports Qualcomm QC 3.0, whereas the USB-C PD port supports up to 100W for input and output. It requires one hour to charge from 0 to 100 % and 35 minutes for 80% charging.


Out of these five graphene power bank reviews, three are commercially available. These are only graphene layered sheets power banks that provide fast features. Imagine what kind of power and speed it will be with a real graphene power bank.

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