Today we’re taking a look at one of the smallest and lightest weight 10,000mah power banks that I’ve tried. This is the Zendure Supermini and it has one USB-C PD port and a standard USB A port as well. It supports up to 18W output through the PD port which makes it a very powerful little device.
Aside from being the smallest and lightest 10,000mah power bank Ive tried its also one of the nicest looking. And it is available in several colours of which the red one is really nice. The blue is also very popular. I have the silver version here but you can still find the coloured versions on amazon or on Zendure’s own site.
According to the specs this weighs 180 grams (6.3oz) and my previous favourite small compact 10,000mah Aukey powerbank lists its weight as 182g (6.4oz). However when I got out my digital scale the Zendure comes in at 189g (6.6oz) and the Aukey at 200g (7oz). I guess my digital scale might be a bit off but it does show that the Zendure is lighter compared with the aukey. Although both are very compact and lightweight for their capacity.
In my testing the Zendure Supermini does indeed charge my Nintendo Switch at 18w output and I can power and use it without losing any power. You can also plug a second device into the USB-A port and charge two things at the same time. I’m not sure whether the 18w output drops when you do that but its great to be able to charge two things at the same time.
Overall a really great, small, lightweight and portable powerbank and I wouldn’t travel anywhere without it. If you’re in the market for a small powerbank I’d definitely recommend checking it out. If you’re in the market for something larger, or, with more capacity. I’ve put a link below of Zendure’s new SuperTank which is a massive 26,800mAh powerbank that can charge multiple laptops and devices at the same time.