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Ekotek Ekopack Slim 6000 Review, The Pocketable Powerbank With Dual Charging Ports!

The search for a slim powerbank that has enough power with nice features might give you hard time. Why? There are some units that are slim but don't have enough juice. Some may have enough juice to last you an entire day, but don't have a quick charging solution. Lastly, there are units with quick charging function, but the dual charging feature is missing. That's the problem this Ekotek Ekopack Slim 6000 mAh powerbank will solve. Find out why in this review.
Ekopack Slim 6000 mAh review

Ekopack Slim 6000 mAh Specs

Cell Type: Li-Pol
Capacity: 6000 mAh
Input: 5V / 1A
Output: 5V / 1A / 2.1A
Weight: 150 g
Price: 1,090 Pesos

Unboxing / Accessories

The packaging of the Ekopack Slim 6000

As usual, Ekotek ensures that their products has that nice looking presentation. Upon opening it, you get the manual, stickers and a high quality micro USB charging cable.
The entire package incuded

Build Quality / Design

At the back

The first thing that came out of my mind when I saw this powerbank is "it's so cute!" and "hooray for the dual charging ports". Going back, the design of the Ekopack Slim 6000 mAh retails the same look of the older Ekopack Slim 4000. The hard plastic body is still coated with a great quality rubber coating that made it feel like you're holding a premium item. 
The ports are here!

It weighs at just 140 grams and has the thickness of at least 9 mm based on my ruler. That makes the Ekopack Slim 6000 mAh probably one of the thinnest and lightest powerbank with this capacity that's readily available in the market today. Another thing that I like with the design of this powerbank is it's very pocketable. Even if I attach it at the pack of my Honor 6 Plus it's still not bulky in my jeans.
It comes in black, white, yellow and orange colors


It was a pleasing experience! The Ekopack Slim 6000 has enough power to help me survive throughout the day, have a dual charging port function where-in I can charge two devices at the same time and it's not that hard to charge at just around 5 hours using a regular 1 A charger. I also like the way Ekotek included a 2.1 A fast charging port together with 1 A regular charging port. Maybe my only complain here is it has no label that makes it quite hard to locate.
It can power the Asus T100

The charging power of the this one is also quite impressive, it was able to charge the ZenFone 2 with 3,000 mAh for 2 times, the Honor 6 Plus with 3,500 mAh for almost 2 times and our saved my life when it was able to charge the Asus T100 portable tablet / laptop when it ran out of juice! That's a feat that even my Yoobao M4 10400 mAh powerbank is having a hard time to do. That only means that the 2.1 A output is near to accurate and the battery capacity is denser than those who have Li-Ion instead of the Li-Pol cells.

For now the only competitor I can think is the Mi Slim Powerbank and the Pyxis S1 that both have 5,000 mAh of battery capacity. While they're cheaper, both of them don't have that dual charging ports.

Pro's - Slim and stylish design, lightweight, quite large battery capacity for the size, dual charging ports
Con's - Power output has no label


The Ekopack Slim 6000 is highly recommended device for those who wanted a sleek pocket friendly powerbank with dual charging port and near accurate power output. Remember, there are very few powerbanks that's out in the market with this size that has dual charging ports, stylish build and quick charging feature.

GIZ Rating: 4.5 / 5 Stars
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