Finishing right at the very back of the group, the RAVPower Deluxe 16750 fared overall quite poorly in our tests. This battery is a bit of a pain to carry around and delivered an unimpressive performance in the majority of our tests. Its price and capacity put it a bit in the awkward middle, being too large and expensive to easily carry around with you everywhere, but you could spend just a bit more and get a battery that is way larger if you are going to leave it in your bag.
RAVPower Deluxe 16750 Review
Pros: Large capacity for its price
Cons: Not the most portable, relatively mediocre overall.
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|Pros||Large capacity for its price||Recharges quickly, great capacity, highly convenient||Inexpensive, super easy to carry in a pocket, short recharge time||Highly portable, recharges quickly, decent capacity||Rugged, recharges quickly|
|Cons||Not the most portable, relatively mediocre overall.||Could fit a little better in a pocket||No integrated cables, can only charge a single device at a time||Pricey, bare-bones||Pricey, less portable than others|
|Bottom Line||Finishing at the back of the pack, the RAVPower Deluxe is a far from our top recommendation||The best of the best, the Jackery is our favorite when it comes to portable battery packs||If you want a bare-bones portable charging solution without breaking the bank, this is the battery for you||This is a solid, all-around portable battery but we wish it had a few more convenience features||If you want a portable charger that can keep up with your off-the-grid adventures, then the OtterBox is best for you|
|Rating Categories||Deluxe 16750||Jackery Bolt 6000||PowerCore 5000||PowerCore II Slim 10000||Power Pack 10000|
|Added Convenience (20%)|
|Recharge Time (10%)|
|Specs||Deluxe 16750||Jackery Bolt 6000||PowerCore 5000||PowerCore II Slim 10000||Power Pack 10000|
|Output 1||iSmart USB 5V / 1A - 2.1A||5V / 2.4A||5V / 2A||5-6V / 3A
6-9V / 2A
9-12V / 1.5A
|5V / 2.4A|
|Output 2||iSmart USB 5V / 1A - 2.1A||Built in micro
5V / 2.1A
|Output 3||N/A||Built in lightning
5V / 2.4A
Our Analysis and Test Results
This portable battery finished right at the bottom of the group, just behind the Aibocn. The Aibocn has less capacity, but is easier to carry around than the RAVPower Deluxe. Additionally, it also costs about ⅓ of what the RAVPower Deluxe does, with both of these batteries being equivalent when it comes to convenience features.
To find out which battery packs are really the best, we looked at a wide selection of the available battery packs on the market, then pitted the most promising against each other in a series of head-to-head challenges that covered everything from capacity to convenience, with the Deluxe's results in our four weighted rating metrics outlined below.
Responsible for 40% of the final score for each battery pack, our set of portability tests claim the top spot when it comes to significance. We compared the volume each battery took up, its weight, and how it felt to carry it around in your pocket. The RAVPower Deluxe 16750 didn't get off to a great start, earning a 4 out of 10.
This battery is one of the widest batteries of the entire group, measuring in at 3.1", and is 5" long and 0.83" wide.
It is also a bit on the heavier side, with our scale recording a weight of 10.92 oz.
This makes the RAVPower Deluxe quite uncomfortable to have in a pocket — front or back — while sitting. It doesn't stick out of most pockets, but feels like you are sitting on a giant wallet.
The width on this battery also makes it very cumbersome to carry around in a pocket while you are walking around.
Following our ease of carrying tests, our battery capacity tests came next in terms of performance, responsible for 30% of the overall score for each portable charger. The RAVPower Deluxe is about average in this metric, earning a 5 out of 10. We based this on the results of two tests — the first being how well any advertising claims stood up to our testing and the second being how much total energy we could extract using a test electrical dummy load.
RAVPower claims that this battery can charge a Galaxy S7 3.5 times, an iPhone 7 5.5 times, or an iPad Air once. This battery slightly exceeded that claim in our test, charging the Galaxy Phone 3.58 times before it was fully depleted.
In our maximum capacity discharge test, the Deluxe didn't do quite as well. With a discharge rate set for 2.4 amps, we were only able to pull about 58% of this battery's maximum capacity, or 9654 mAh. We did this test with a lower discharge rate and got a little more juice out — 10,156 mAh, so not a huge improvement, but a bit.
Next, we looked at the various features on these portable USB chargers that make them a breeze to use. We looked to see if each charger had integrated cables, built-in recharging methods, or a flashlight module, as well as what warranty is included and how many devices you can charge. Altogether, these assessments account for one-fifth of the total score, with the RAVPower Deluxe earning a 5 out of 10.
This battery doesn't have a built-in re-charging plug or any integrated cables for charging devices, but does have a handy flashlight built right into the device.
Additionally, it also comes with 2 micro USB cables.
This battery can charge multiple devices at once and also includes an 18-month limited warranty, with an extension added if you register.
The RAVPower Deluxe again delivered a mediocre showing, earning a 5 out of 10 for its performance in this test, which is worth 10% of the overall score. Using a high-quality wall adapter and the LED lights to determine when it was fully charged, we found that it took almost 7.5 hours to fully recharge.
This product isn't a great value, as there are better options if you are shopping on a budget or there are far better batteries for just a few bucks more if you want one of the top-notch products.
Overall, we weren't huge fans of this portable power pack. It finished right at the back of the group and its performance makes us a bit reticent to recommend it.
— David Wise and Austin Palmer