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Stuffcool launches new Palm Smallest 10000mAh Powerbank with 20W PD charging: Features and more

Stuffcool Palm 10000mAh Powerbank

The Palm, the world’s smallest Made in India Power Delivery Type C powerbank, has been unveiled by Stuffcool. It follows the release of the Stuffcool 5000mAh Wireless Powerbank.

Stuffcool Palm 10000mAh Powerbank: Features

This sleek design has a glossy finish and measures only 6 x 8 cm, so it fits easily into your palm, pocket, or purse. This Palm has a 10000mAh battery and is about the size of a credit card.

It has a Type-C port, is capable of delivering 20 W PD power, and can charge any iPhone 50% in 30 minutes! Its Type A port supports 22.5 W QC3.0 charging, allowing it to charge Android phones and devices quickly. 

Stuffcool Palm 10000mAh Powerbank Features

This charging device features a Type-C port and 20 W PD power, allowing it to charge an iPhone 50% in 30 minutes. The Type A port supports 22.5W QC3.0 charging for Android devices. On a single charge, it can fully charge an iPhone 14 Pro 2.2 times. The Palm uses its Type C port with an 18W PD power input to charge itself quickly. The Palm has BIS approval and an additional intelligent safety layer. It is made in India and includes a type C to type A cable.

Quick Specs

  • Product Dimensions: 8cm x 5.7cm x 2.6cm; Weight 200g
  • Battery : Li-ion Battery
  • Battery Capacity : 10000mAh/36Wh; Fast charging ports – 20W Fast charge iPhones 50% in 30 min
  • Input (Type-C) : 5V/2.4A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A
  • Output(Type-C) : 5V/2.4A, 9V/2.2A, 12V/1.5A
  • Output(USB-A) : 5V/2.4A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A
  • Other features: LED Indicator, Glossy Finish, Compact size
  • BIS Approved, Made in India

Pricing and availability

The Stuff Palm 10000mAh Power Bank costs Rs. 2999 and comes in two colours: yellow and white. It is available for purchase online at stuffcool.com, Amazon.in, and in leading offline stores.

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