Buy first ‘Made-in-India’ power banks at Re.1

New Delhi, Dec 17 (IANS) SUICH, one of the leading mobile original equipment manufacturer (OEM) companies, has launched the first “Made in India” low-price and stylish power banks.

The stunningly colourful power banks are available in three variants — 5000mAh, 7500mAh and 10,000mAh capacity.

The power banks will be available in the “Re 1 Flash Sale” with an exclusive tie-up with mobile payment platform Paytm that begins December 21.

“The new range of power banks are better than Chinese products which are available in the market. It is a fully safe user-friendly and affordable product,” said Gunnit Singh, managing director, SUICH industries, in a statement on Thursday.

These devices are made of VO flame – a retardant shell for safety of the users.

The body is made from a super skin friendly material for comfortable handling and comes with a high-performance charging cable.

The first product will be available at Re 1 through the flash sale with Paytm while other customers will get a Wrist Power band (fastest charging cable) worth Rs 499 free of cost.

After the “Re. 1 flash sale”, the product will be available at a launch price of Rs.649 for 5,000mAh, Rs.799 for 7500mAh and Rs.999 for 10,000mAh.

The power banks are available in red, yellow, blue, black and white colours.

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