Review: Lumsing Glory P2 Plus 15000 mAh Power Bank

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Lumsing Glory P2 Plus 15000 mAh Power Bank








Ease Of Use





  • Large Capticity Battery
  • Charge Multiple Devices
  • Quick Charge 3.0 Support


  • Large and Heavy
  • No Built-In Cables
  • No Lightning Cable

Review: Lumsing Glory P2 Plus 15000 mAh Power Bank 1

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve had the opportunity to review the Glory P2 Plus 15000 mAh Power Bank by Lumsing. I’ve been very pleased with the device and how well it can charge multiple devices, multiple times before needing to be recharged itself. If you’re a commuter or traveler that uses multiple devices many hours per day, then you’re probably on the market for a good power bank to keep you charged and moving. The Lumsing Glory P2 Plus is no exception, and as of this writing is under $30. During my testing, I used the power bank to charge an iPhone 6S Plus, an Apple Watch, and a few Bluetooth Headsets.

The Review

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As you can see from the image above, the box contents includes the power bank, a micro USB cable, and a USB Type-C cable. Sadly for us iPhone users, there is no lightning cable included. When I first unboxed the Lumsing Glory P2 Plus power bank, it came about 75% charged, which is indicated by 4 blue LED lights when you press the button on the side. The power bank is made from a durable matte plastic with rounded edges and flat ends. The build quality feels sturdy and the ports are solid.

The Lumsing Glory P2 Plus has two inputs, one for a Micro USB and one for a Type-C USB. These inputs are actually designed to be used together so that you can charge the power bank theoretically in half the time by having both cables connected. I didn’t run into any overheating issues while charging the power bank using both inputs.

The power bank also has three output ports. There’s a Quick Charge 3.0, a Type-C USB and a Smart Port. All of which can be used at the same time if required. Unfortunately I don’t have a Quick Charge compatible device or a Type-C USB device, so I was only able to use using a lightning cable and a micro USB for accessory devices. While charging an iPhone 6S Plus, I got an average charge rate of 1-2% per minute. This is pretty standard when compared to other power banks I’ve reviewed, and actually a little more efficient than some.

The Power Bank is CE/FCC/ROHS Certified and features numerous safety measures. These include overcharge protection, over-discharge protection, over voltage protection, over current protection and short-circuit protection.

Final Thoughts

I’m very pleased with the performance of the Lumsing Glory P2 Plus power bank. I usually use smaller capacity power banks so I don’t add weight to my bag while commuting, but by doing that I lose horsepower. This power bank is a good trade off on size and weight for capacity. I can throw it in my bag and forget about it and still expect it to charge my phone when needed. For under $30 right now, you can’t really go wrong!

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