This article is about the current cost of 50,000 mAh power banks in Nigeria this 2021. As a result of the unstable power supply in many parts of Nigeria, especially in Lagos State, it has become necessary to own a power bank of significantly high capacity, as having just about any capacity of external batteries to serve the needs of the many new generation phone brands and other tech gadgets available in the country today may just not be enough.
Power banks are external batteries that are designed to to provide portable power in order to charge battery powered items which include mobile phones, tablets, speakers, laptops, to mention but a few, as long as they have a USB interface. Some external batteries these days can also charge a device wirelessly.
In Nigeria today, mobile phones are the most charged devices and as such people tend to buy portable chargers that they can use to top up their phone batteries on the go. This, as we have earlier mentioned, is chiefly because of the epileptic power supply in the country and these power banks, especially the 50,000 mAh variants help ensure that you don’t miss a thing online even when you have no access to a wall outlet wherever you might be.
The 50,000 mAh capacity power banks are manufactured by a few brands currently, and they trump the capacities of all other portable chargers in the market today. These heavy-loaded external batteries give you more in terms of output and saves you the stress of having to buy and combine two or more portable chargers of lesser power capacities to meet your mobile phone needs on a daily basis.
As we continue in this post, we will take a look at various things to consider when you want to buy 50,000 mAh power banks in Nigeria today as well as how much their prices go for in the market currently. Without further ado, let us proceed.
THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE YOU BUY A POWER BANK IN NIGERIA
The following are the various factors to consider when purchasing a power bank in Nigeria today:
CONSIDER THE BRAND
When you want to purchase a power bank in Nigeria today, one of the things that sell most is the brand that produced it. There are established brands in the market today that have done exceptionally well in winning the trust of many Nigerians and if many people in the country are buying a brand’s particular product, it should tell you that they are reliable and you can invest your money in their product knowing fully well that you will be getting good value for your money. Reviews and online videos about a particular power bank brand should help you make informed decisions on whether or not you want to commit your money to their product.
CONSIDER HOW PORTABLE THE POWER BANK IS
Another thing to look out for when you want to buy a power bank in Nigeria today is how portable it is. Larger power banks are heavier than the less larger ones and because the one you’re going for is a 50,000 mAh capacity power bank, you should take your time in choosing which one is less heavy to avoid stress. This particular power bank capacity comes in different shapes and sizes so you should be able to tell which one is portable enough for you when you see it in the market.
CONSIDER THE POWER OUTPUT OF THE POWER BANK
Apart from the brand and portability of your 50,000 mAh power bank, one major reason why you are purchasing it in the first place is the power capacity of the external battery. When you want to buy a power bank for your device, ensure that the capacity of the portable charger is at least three times that of your device, make sure that it has a 2.1A output and at least 2 amperage to charge. This makes sure to charge your device multiples times and it also helps the power bank to fast charge.
CONSIDER THE USB PORT CONNECTIONS
Another important factor to consider when buying a power bank is the number of USB port connections that it comes with so as to help you in charging multiple devices. You should note however, that the number of USB port connections of a power bank affect its output current when you are charging multiple devices at the same time. You may not notice this when you are using an ultra-high capacity power bank.
CONSIDER THE BATTERY TYPE OF THE POWER BANK
Also very important when purchasing a power bank is the battery type. The type of rechargeable battery technology the power bank is made of is very important and you should consider it. Many portable chargers are made of either Lithium Ion (Li-ion) or Lithium Polymer (Li-Pol) batteries. Kindly note that all power bank battery types are susceptible to different levels of risk of fire and/or explosion due to the inherent nature of electric current, so we advise that you get an in-built Lithium Polymer battery with double overcharge and discharge protection. This is very important for regions with voltage volatility.
CURRENT COST OF 50,000 MAH POWER BANKS IN NIGERIA 2021
The following are the current prices of 50,000 mAh Power Banks In Nigeria this 2021:
- Maxoka 50,000 mAh 6 Port (5/12/120v) Power Bank costs between the price range of ₦46,000 – ₦50,000 in Nigeria this 2021
- Smart Digital (5v/8.4v/9v/12v) Power Bank costs between the price range of ₦52,000 – ₦55,000 in the market today
- Poweradd 50,000 mAh Power Bank costs between the price range of ₦40,000 – ₦45,000 currently
- Krisdonia 50,000mAh laptop power bank costs between ₦64,000 – ₦67,000 in Nigeria today
- Volessence 50,000mAh Laptop Power Bank (5/8.4/9/12/16/20V) costs between ₦54,000 – ₦58,500
- Imuto 183Wh 50,000 mAh Portable Power Bank costs between ₦54,000 – ₦55,000 presently
- Asmotech 50,000 mAh Power Bank costs between ₦50,000 – ₦55,000
- Callmate 50,000 mAh Portable Power Bank costs between ₦54,000 – ₦55,000
- Romoss PEA57 50,000mAh Portable Power Bank costs between the price range of ₦53,000 – ₦56,000
- AUS 50,000 mAh Power Bank costs between ₦54,000 – ₦55, 500 in Nigeria currently.