Usage & Final Thoughts
I have been using the Moshi IonSlim 10K as my main power bank for about a month now, so it is always in my backpack when I’m on the go. One of the things I really like about this power bank is its size. Not only does it easily fit in my backpack, but it also fits in my pocket, which most power banks do not. This makes it ideal for those long nights out where I know I might need some extra power and I am only taking my phone, wallet, and of course the Moshi IonSlim 10K.
Besides its size the Moshi IonSlim 10K is built quite well with its aluminum construction. I’ve already dropped it a few times and there was no real damage to it at all. I’ve had some power banks that literally exploded when I dropped them before!
This is one of the first power banks that we’ve reviewed that makes us of a Type-C connection for charging. This is great as the connection is easier to use and less likely to break over time. The Type-C connection not only is made to charge up the IonSlim 10K, but also functions as a power output port, so you can charge up to two devices at the same time.
Many people think a power bank is just a power bank, but that definitely is not the case. Moshi has a great power bank in their IonSlim 10K and one that I would totally recommend. Right now it is selling for $99.95 at our favorite online retailer, which is a bit steep for a power bank. Overall ThinkComputers gives the Moshi IonSlim 10K Mobile Power Bank a 9 out of 10 score.
– Sleek design
– Made of aluminum
– Very pocketable
– USB Type-C port