Australia’s largest digital accessories brand, Cygnett has dominated the list of best mobile power banks in CHOICE’s latest review of the category.

In a comprehensive review of 33 power banks, five Cygnett power banks ranked in the top seven of those reviewed. Overall, Cygnett had more power banks earning a score over 80% than any other device.

CHOICE tested size and weight, approximate charge time, portable battery recharge time and usable capacity of each power bank.

The top-ranking Cygnett power bank was the Cygnett ChargeUp Edge+ 12 000 Qi power bank (pictured above), earning a score of 85% by CHOICE, available for $129, while the ChargeUp Boost third generation 20k power bank (pictured below) scored a rating of 84% and retails for $80.

“We appreciate the diligent testing and reviewing process that CHOICE undertakes to help consumers make informed purchasing decisions. Having an independent review further cements our commitment to excellence,” Cygnett CEO, Paul Santoro said.

“From our research, we know that 30% of our customers are repeat buyers to our website and that half of all customers refer a friend to visit. Our power banks are our fastest growing product range and some of our power banks can also function as a docking station.”

The Cygnett website has experienced 300% growth over the past four years attracting over one million visitors. Cygnett’s Australian stockists include JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, Big W, Costco, Target Australia, Telstra, Optus, W H Smith, Newslink and more.