Nitecore NB10000 Gen 2 Power Bank

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$59.95 Weight 5.3 oz / 150.0 g


Lead Time In Stock The popular Nitecore NB10000 is back with big improvements for the 2nd generation. This Gen2 power bank keeps its extraordinary 10,000mAh battery in a solid carbon fiber body frame. It's lighter than conventional power banks, with a thin, sleek minimalist design. The NB10000 is the ultimate portable backup battery charger for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy trail running, hiking or camping, road warriors, or first responders. It is also a great addition to your emergency prep kit or bug-out-bag.
  • With an ultralight body, the NB10000 is 40% lighter than conventional powerbanks
  • Smaller and thinner than a phone, with a sleek modern minimalist design
  • Dual USB/USB-C dual QC output ports allow you to fast charge two devices at once
  • 10000mAh capacity can charge a modern phone 2 times
  • One touch low current mode for delicate electronics
  • LED remaining power level indicator
  • Carbon fiber frame and panels makes the NB10000 highly resistant to puncture, abrasion, and impact
  • IPX5 rated water resistant, and comes with a slew of safeguards against short-circuit, overcharge, over discharge, or overheat.
  • USB Cable (USB to USB-C) included
  • Imported.



Capacity: 10000mAh 3.85V (38.5Wh)

Dimensions: 4.8" x 2.32" x .42" (12 cm x 6 cm x 1 cm)

Input: USB-C: 5V-2.4A / 9V-2A

Output 1: USB-C: 5V-3A / 9V-2.22A / 12V-1.68A

Output 2: USB-A: 5V-3A / 9V-2A / 12V-1.5A

Power Cap: 38.5Wh

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10/28/2022
Christian T.
Germany Germany

Very light and slim - but expensive and one major disadvantage

I used the powerbank on the PCT to save additional 50 g (25% lighter than my previous Poweradd - which had 200g, as most of the models you can buy on amazon etc). If you really need 50 g less and spend 30-40 $ more - then go for it. But I also found 1 major disadvantage & showstopper for me. It has sharper edges than most of the competitors. So if you stuff it in your pack, make sure it does not make holes in all your super lightweight dcf, silnylon, down etc. gear