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Travel everywhere this adapter works.
The Eagle Creek USB Universal Travel Adapter Pro's All-In-One Country Slider System works in more than 150 countries. Better get started...
- All-In-One Country Slider System
- Three-prong adapter
- Grounded dual 2.1A USB charger
- Power rating: up to 2200W
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Two thumbs up
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Took this adapter to Europe with me and it worked great. Its a bit bigger and heavier but you don't have to worry about not having the right adapter when you are abroad.
Swiss Army Converter
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This adapter has everything you need especially if you are going from Europe to Asia. This thing has you covered. It's a little bulky but honestly it's better than carrying around a bunch of little pieces that you can lose. I love that I can just plug and go. Not to mention that it has a USB adapter as it's separate piece. It's a total life saver since everything is charged with a USB cord nowadays. Keep up with fast paced life with this guy and it will make travelling a breeze.
The Travel Adapter Everyone Needs
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I travel a lot and needed an adapter that would work in Asia, Bangladesh and Europe. This is an all-in-one adapter that takes makes you're life easier. Only con is that it's a bit heavy and you can't just take the adapter that you need, as they're all within one unit.
This is a great addition to have for any international traveler! We originally picked it up for a trip to Greece, and I'm sure we will be using it again on the next trip out of the country. It looks a little confusing to function at first, but it turns out to be super easy. You can just pop the small piece off from the main charger and plug that in to the outlet- and then charge 2 devices by USB cords. Super easy, it works, and it covers a whole list of different countries.
Can i plug this into a 220 volt socket and then use a 110 volt electrical appliance without burning out the appliance? I see all the pug configurations, but nothing says it steps down the voltage.