You may noticed that as you travel around (or even just being away from home for a few days), you may need to bring multiple adapters just so that you can provide power supply to your many devices when needed.

You would have to think of bags or carrier to dump all these adapters and hence may lead to inconvenience or you might miss out one or two of the adapters. You may even forget to bring them home with you (well at least there is a small fraction of possibility)! The worst (that I can think of) would be that you are visiting a country that does not use the same adapter, hence compatibility issue. You may end up that you have to get a local adapter just so that you can get your device charged up or use in the specific country.

I personally like to consider bringing just 1x international travel power adapter. Just a single small adapter (well probably slightly bigger than a single function adapter) and yet it is internationally compatible plus it have enough ports for you to power up your gear(s). The fact that it has built-in 2x USB ports so you do not have to worry about bringing additional USB type of charger with you (at all!).

 

 

With different countries compatible mode:

The best is, it could also be a backup adapter even when you are at home. Its not meant just for traveler but there is no restriction that indicates you can’t use it at home. So why not?!

Tech it out this friendly little device here for its detail and pricing.

  1. This is the perfect power adapter. I love how it can also be used as a backup adapter to use at home. This is the first time I have ever seen one of these. I am so glad I came across this great post because I now know these are available.

    • Its a pretty good and convenient device. I just went for a short weekend trip and by just bringing this one adapter it allows me to have more space to put other things (the necessary ones) in my bag.

  2. This is a really great idea. Most travel adapters are quite expensive because people tend to buy them last-minute at the airport where prices are massively inflated, so even if this was a little more than the usual travel adapter you would never need to buy another one. Also the fact that you can use it at home, especially to charge USB devices, is great. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve lost those mains-to-USB adapters, so if this has the USB sockets built in that’s really useful.

  3. I agree with you that an International Travel Adapter is really an essential item for travelling. There are some good tips here in this article about adapters, and I would definitely keep them in mind. I never thought about getting one with 2x USB ports – that’s a great idea! Thanks for sharing this.

    • Thanks for sharing your thoughts and I hope this product would really be useful to you be it at home or traveling outside.

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