YU JYUICE portable power banks launched, 5,000 mAh for Rs. 699 and 10,000 mAh for Rs. 1,099

Targeting the increased demand for portable power banks, thanks to high smartphone and tablet usage, Micromax-owned YU has launched a couple of power banks.

YU JYUICE 10000 mAh Power Bank

The YU JYUICE portable power banks come in two variants; 5,000 mAh and 10,000 mAh, and both of them come with aluminium alloy unibody casings. The 7.9 mm thin 5,000 mAh variant of the YU JYUICE is priced at Rs. 699, while the 12.5 mm thick 10,000 mAh battery capacity variant is priced at Rs. 1,099, and both of them will be sold exclusively through Snapdeal.

YU JYUICE Power Bank Specifications

  • 5,000/10,000 mAh Li-Polymer battery capacity; 92 percent charging conversion rate
  • Aluminium Alloy Unibody Casing; Grey colour; 8-layer protection
  • Power Input: 5V 1A (5,000 mAh variant); 5V 2A (10,000 mAh variant)
  • Power Output: 5V 2.1A (5,000 mAh variant); 5V 2.1A & 5V 1A (10,000 mAh variant)
  • Multi-colour LED light for charge level indication

YU JYUICE Power Banks

These power banks have multi-coloured LED lights that indicate charge levels. When you tap on them, they turn green when more than 70 percent charge is left, yellow when the charge level is above 30 percent, and turn red when the charge is below 30 percent. YU claims that these power banks have a charging conversion rate of 92 percent, so you could theoretically claim most of its battery capacity. Both these variants can output 10.5W of power to charge your smartphone or tablet faster, though they are not as fast as some Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 compliant wall chargers.

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September 21, 2015 1:00 am 1:00 AM
I had heard a lot n lot about micromax. So i out of cuorsity i decided to try myself with a basic micromax phone. On day two simcard slot came in my hand. Mike was not working from day one. Service center near mgm college in aurangabad is whorst they asked me to pay first 600rs to replace sim card slot first. Then they will replace mike for free. I brought whole mobile in 1100rs from local shop, and service center is asking me 600rs to replace simcard slot. That too on second day of my purchase. Very rude people… Read more »
Adithya Vardhan
September 21, 2015 12:08 pm 12:08 PM

Everyone who knows how to make a call on cellphone knows micromax doesn’t have mic. Micromax should change their brand name to mic-no-max.

September 20, 2015 9:18 pm 9:18 PM

Worst after sales service!