OnePlus started selling its 10,000mAh power bank in India just yesterday, and today co-founder Carl Pei announced that it has already gone out of stock. The power bank priced at Rs 1,399, was available on Amazon India in silk white and sandstone black color variants. Also Read - OnePlus Nord CE starts at Rs 22,999 but you can grab it at cheaper price of Rs 21,999: Here’s howAlso Read - OnePlus Nord CE 5G Review: Focusing on its Core
The Chinese company unveiled the power bank in March earlier this year for $15 (approximately Rs 960). The company has been facing some flak from Indian users on its forums for its pricing. Users are complaining that the India launch price is not only higher than the US price, but is also more expensive than its rival Xiaomi’s power banks. Addressing this, Pei explains that they pay 25 percent duty and 15 percent VAT on its products sold in India. He also hinted that the build quality of the OnePlus power bank is far better, and the only regret the company has over this rise in debate, is that it did not communicate the product’s ‘value for money’ properly. Also Read - OnePlus Nord N200 to be company's most affordable 5G phone: Design, full specs leak
As per the company, the power bank is capable of charging the OnePlus One three times on single charge. It takes over five-six hours to charge up fully. The OnePlus power bank looks stunning with its curved edges and notepad-like design.
It comes with a one-year warranty and dual-USB ports for charging two devices at one time. It weighs 220 grams and embeds a LED battery indicator, which lets you know when you need to charge the device.