ACEFAST Powerbank

Today’s review is for the ACEFAST Powerbank. A few weeks back I reviewed the ACEFAST T8 Wireless Earbuds and on the back of that review ACEFAST asked for a review of their powerbank. The model I have been sent is the ACEFAST M1, a 10000mAh, 30W fast-charge twin port powerbank.

You get both a USB-C and USB-A port, the USB-C port is both an input/output port. You don’t get any wireless charging with the M1 model.

As with the whole ACEFAST product range, the crystal design follows onto their powerbanks. You get a clear, semi-translucent design with all the safety protections you’d expect from a powerbank, including charge protection, AI temperature control and safe charging via the smart chip. That’s not all, you also get a 12-month ACEFAST warranty too!

Is this powerbank any good? Time to test it out!

Packaging and Contents.

The ACEFAST T8 Wireless Earbuds come packaged in a cardboard box, which shows product images and specifications printed on it. The box measures 16.5cm x 11.0cm x 2.5cm and weighs 315G.

Image shows the outer packaging of the powerbank.
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Inside the box you’ll find the following: 1x Powerbank, 1x USB-C/USB-C Cable (which measures 33.0cm) and 1x Multi-Lingual User Guide.

Image shows the included contents in a laid out position.
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ACEFAST Powerbank.

The ACEFAST Powerbank measures 130.2mm x 66.3mm x 18.3cm and weighs 217G. It’s a little chunky compared to other powerbanks on the market. The powerbank I have is pink, ACEFAST have purple, mint, and grey as colour options.

Image shows the powerbank in a laid down position.
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On the side you get a power indicator switch, pressing it will display the battery remaining level on the LED screen.

Image shows the power switch on the side of the powerbank.
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The Ports.

You get two ports too. a single USB-C and a USB-A port. The USB-C port acts as both the charging port and output port. Below is the input/output values of both ports.

  • Input: USB-C: 5V⎓3A, 9V⎓3A, 12V⎓2.5A, 15V⎓2A, 20V⎓1.5A (30W Max)
  • Output USB-C: 5V⎓3A, 9V⎓3A, 12V⎓2.5A, 15V⎓2A, 20V⎓1.5A (PPS: 3.3V-11V⎓3A) (30W Max)
  • Output USB-A: 4.5V⎓5A, 5V⎓4.5A, 5V⎓3A, 9V⎓2A, 12V⎓1.5A (22.5W Max)
  • Total Output USB-C and USB-A: 5V⎓3A (15W Max)

You can use both the USB-C and USB-A output ports at the same time, but as you can see above you’ll get a maximum out out of 5V⎓3A with a maximum wattage of 15W.

The below figures relate to the supported protocols for both ports. Both ports supply a Quick Charge (QC) delivery.

  • USB-C Supports Protocols: PPS/iP2.4A/SAM 5V⎓2A/DCP/QC2.0/QC3.0/QC4+/AFC/FCP/SCP/PD2.0/PD3.0
  • USB-A Supports Protocols: iP2.4ASAM 5V⎓2A/DCP/QC2.0/QC3.0/AFC/FCP/SCP

You get a 10,000mAh Lithium-Ion battery too, so you should be able to charge most modern smartphones more than once too.

I used the AVHzY CT-2 USB Power Meter Load Tester to put a load via the USB-C port, as this will likely be the most used port seeing as most devices these days are USB-C.

Image shows a tester testing the output values of the powerbank.
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I also ramped up the power until the ACEFAST Powerbank literally powered off. I can’t remember the exact reading, but let’s just say it was well above the advertised capabilities. Can certainly confirm the protection system for discharge works well.

Safety Devices.

You’ll be pleased to know the ACEFAST Powerbank has numerous safety protection systems built in. These include over current protection, overcurrent protection, magnetic field protection, electrostatic protection, over charge protection, short circuit protection, NTC temperature protection, lightning protection, reset protection and discharge protection. The in-built temperature chip is controlled with AI technology too.

Image shows the ports of the powerbank.
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Not only do you get a safe powerbank, but the ACEFAST Powerbank can be taken on an aeroplane as it meets most airline standards. The outer case is completely flame retardant too.

Technical Specifications.

  • Brand: ACEFAST
  • Model: M1 Powerbank
  • Manufacturer Code: M1
  • Manufacturer Reference: N/A
  • EAN: 6974316282006
  • Capacity: 10,000mAh/38.5Wh 3.85V
  • Rated Capacity: 5900mAh (5V⎓3A)
  • Compliance: CE, UKCA, FCC, RoHS


I really like the ACEFAST Powerbank. It’s obviously not the powerbank for all those enthusiasts. It’s designed for younger aged users, but as a parent, safety is top priority when giving a powerbank to your child. But you can be reassured with the built-in safety protections that ACEFAST provides. It’s a great powerbank for someone not interested in charging multiple devices simultaneously, but want a cool looking powerbank.

I can’t fault the ACEFAST Powerbank, everything is great, and ideal for those that want a stylish accessory to their smartphone.

If you’d like to purchase this item, please check out the purchasing options below. The RRP for this product is £54.00.


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Product sample provided by ACEFAST in exchange for a detailed, unbiased review.

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