Ugreen 10,000mAh MagSafe Wireless Power Bank review: bulky backup power

A high-capacity MagSafe power bank makes changing on the go a snap, but its bulky size lets its portability down

iPhone attached to a UGREEN MagSafe 10,000mAh on a black surface
(Image: © Gareth Bevan / Digital Camera World)

Digital Camera World Verdict

There are a lot of MagSafe power banks out there, but if you want one that ticks pretty much every box then this is the one for you. High capacity 10,000mAh battery life, 15W MagSafe power, 20W PD USB-C charging, and a kick-stand for propping your phone up for videos, check check check. The only downside is all this comes at the cost of a bigger and bulkier power bank to carry around and your phone more awkward to hold.


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    High capacity

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    MagSafe charging convenience

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    Fast charging speeds

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    Kickstand for viewing media while charging


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    Large and bulky

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    Sticks out from bottom of even iPhone Pro Max

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MagSafe is one of the most genuinely useful smartphone innovations of recent years, solving the issue of aligning wireless devices with a wireless charging coil that for so long has held back the more widespread adoption of wireless charging over more cumbersome wired connections.

MagSafe has unleashed a wave of new chargers and power banks that can lock onto an iPhone using powerful magnets. From desktop or bedside table charging docks to portable power banks, Ugreen, and other manufacturers have been trying to invent new, smaller, or more powerful devices to take advantage of MagSafe.

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InputUSB-C (20W)
Output USB-C (20W), USB-A (22.5W)
Magsafe5W / 7.5W / 15W
Protection FeaturesOvercharge Protection, Over-discharge Protection, Short Circuit Protection
Size11.3 x 6.8 x 1.9 cm
Weight224 g (7.9 oz)
Belkin BoostCharge MagSafe 5K power bank

Belkin BoostCharge MagSafe 5K power bank
This is a much smaller option than the Ugreen but only features half the capacity as the Ugreen (5,000mAh vs 10,000mAh), the wireless charging is also limited in speed versus the Ugreen. But if portability and ease of use are key, the Belkin is the one to get.

Ugreen 145W 25,000mAh Power Bank

Ugreen 145W 25,000mAh Power Bank
If you just want to charge your phone quickly and as many times as possible without having to recharge your power bank, then it is hard to beat the Ugreen 25,000mAh power bank, with up to 145W output and a huge capacity that is two and a half times bigger than the Ugreen MagSafe power bank.

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Gareth Bevan
Reviews Editor

Gareth is a photographer based in London, working as a freelance photographer and videographer for the past several years, having the privilege to shoot for some household names. With work focusing on fashion, portrait and lifestyle content creation, he has developed a range of skills covering everything from editorial shoots to social media videos. Outside of work, he has a personal passion for travel and nature photography, with a devotion to sustainability and environmental causes.