INIU MagSafe Wireless Powerbank Review (2024): Affordable Power for MagSafe Phones vs Anker

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Many of us have been there –  struggling to find a charger when our phone’s battery is about to die. Traditional portable chargers are great, but they require charging cables, without them they are useless. That’s where MagSafe wireless powerbanks come in. These handy devices combine the portability of a charger with the convenience of wireless charging.


Today, we’re reviewing the INIU MagSafe wireless powerbank. This particular model boasts a 10,000mAh capacity, which means it can charge your phone multiple times. We’ll be diving deep to see if it lives up to its promises of convenient, cable-free charging,  comparing it to other options on the market, and  ultimately  helping you decide if it’s the right pick for you.

Why I Chose Wireless:

I always seem to forget my charging cable at the worst times. A wireless powerbank eliminates that worry, and the MagSafe feature lets me keep my phone charged up while still using it. Additionally, traditional powerbanks often sit unused in my bag – this way, I can ditch the cable altogether.


INIU vs. Anker: Price comparison

Wireless powerbanks tend to be pricier than wired ones, and options seem limited. But for me, the convenience of cable-free charging outweighed the cost. While Anker offered a similar MagSafe option, the price tag was significantly higher. For the same price, INIU offered double the capacity (10000mAh vs. 5000mAh) – a no-brainer for someone who’s constantly on the go.


Are INIU powerbanks realiable:

I was a bit hesitant about a lesser-known brand. However, online reviews (including some Reddit threads) suggested INIU’s powerbanks hold up well for years. The fact that they offer a 3-year warranty further boosted my confidence.

First Impressions and unboxing INIU wireless powerbank:

The INIU powerbank arrived in a simple blue and white paper box. Box contents – powerbank itself, a carrying pouch, a USB-C charging cable, and a user manual. IT came partially charged. 


Missing the power display feature (But Not a Dealbreaker):

The one feature I would’ve loved to see is an LCD display showing the exact battery percentage. However, the INIU has a paw print indicator with five lights – each light represents roughly 20% charge. It’s not the most precise, but it gets the job done.


Ports and Functionality:

The INIU features one USB-C input port and one USB-A output port. It magnetically attached to my iPhone 12 and started charging instantly (even though the manual says you need to press a button). While the wireless charging speed is capped at 7W, the wired option goes up to 15W.


Overall Thoughts (So Far):

The INIU MagSafe wireless powerbank seems like a good enough option for anyone who wants a convenient and portable charging solution. The large capacity, wireless charging capabilities, and included pouch make it a perfect travel companion too.

Stay tuned!

I’ll be using this powerbank for a few months and report back on its long-term performance and reliability. In the meantime, if you’re looking for a wireless powerbank that won’t break the bank, the INIU is definitely worth considering.

If you have used INIU powerbanks and have any insights to share, please feel free to leave a comment below. 

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