In the last two weeks we have had the opportunity to test the Sandberg USB-C PD 20W 10000 powerbank, a product that turned out to be interesting especially from the design point of view, with an efficiency that is not 100% convincing in every scenario, but let’s go step by step and find out how it behaved starting from the basics, i.e. from the packaging and its content.
Packaging and materials
Externally, the package is quite simple, but still has some distinctive features and is not decidedly anonymous, the predominant colors only blue and black and we find the various main specifications written here and there. Inside there is a transparent plastic support and the powerbank is placed inside.
In addition to the powerbank, we also find a small, very thin manual and a USB-A to USB-C cable. What struck me most is the quality of the materials, it is not the usual plasticky powerbank, but it is made of aluminum, and is in fact very solid and pleasant to the touch. The feeling is that of having a well-built and safe product in your hands, even if the weight of 250 grams and the dimensions of 14.3 x 6.6 x 1.55 cm are felt in your pocket.