Price and specifications
BASEUS M10 Gaven power bank

Battery capacity 10 000 mAh
Charging time 6 h
Quick Charge No
Weight 223 g
Output interfaces Standard USB

Power banks BASEUS M10 Gaven

Release DateApril 2017
Availability On sale
Model M10 Gaven

Baseus IMT-M10 by Original Video Reviews Youtube review

Description: Baseus IMT-M10 is a budget power bank that has quite a beefy battery capacity of 10,000 mAh, enough to keep your device alive for a whole day. It comes with two USB sockets, meaning that you can charge two devices at the same time. One of the sockets delivers 1A and the other one is 2.1A. There’s a battery indicator, too, and if you accidentally press the power button, but with no device attached, the power bank goes into sleep mode automatically after 20 seconds. The design looks very premium because it's made of aluminum, but it isn’t scratch-resistant.


  • 10,000mAh power capacity
  • Has two USB sockets
  • Features battery indicator
  • Design looks premium and nice
  • Material is made of aluminum
  • 500 rechargeable cycle
  • Easy enable/disable power bank through a single button push


  • External metal case isn’t scratch resistant
  • Long charging time (5-6 hours)



Construction Aluminum alloy
Color Black, Red


Battery Type Li-Ion
Battery capacity 10000 mAh
Charging time 6 h (hours)


Output interfaces Standard USB
Input interfaces Micro-USB
Count USB outputs 2
Input current 5V/2A
Output Current 5V/2.4A

Functions and features

Quick Charge No
LCD Display No
Wireless charging No
Solar charging No
Waterproof No
Flashlight No


Length 14.50 cm
Width 7.30 cm
Height 1.50 cm
Weight 223 g (grams)

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