expired Universal Travel Adapter 3 USB and 1 Type-C Port $20.69 (10% off) + Delivery (Free with Prime/ $49 Spend) @ Jollyfit Amazon AU

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Description: 
Worldwide Compatibility - International Electrical Travel Plug Adapter (US/UK/AU/EU Plug) Works In Over 150 Countries, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, European Union Countries, China, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Ireland, Africa, Hong Kong, Singapore, Fiji, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and so on.

Product Specification:
Product Size: 8 x 6 x 6 cm
Product Weight: 0.13 Kgs
Power input: AC 100V-250V
USB Output: 3USB and 1Type-C Ports
LED Power Indicator
Built-in Safety Shutters & Spare Fuse
Travel Packaging Pouch Included

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Comments

  • -1 vote

    Can we get a 50% discount instead? too expensive…

    • -1 vote

      +1

      Similar 1's are MUCH cheaper
      fr several AliExpress vendors!

      We paid < Au$ 7 shipped recently
      YMMV

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    Have one of these only caveat is because of the big size they some times cover the switch and also shut it off when pressed back while plugging in the cable. Otherwise does what is says. Please note also they are not really universal as they don’t have the 3 pin rounded pkugs that are prevalent in Middle East and India.

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    Unless got prime $8 postage. Also if need to pay for postage can buy similar price on ebay. Also, there are similar Non Jollyfit products on ebay for $22 with free postage.

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    I am waiting for someone to jump in with the "death trap" type comment - I want to purchase one of these type of adapter/chargers but am put off by the continual comments that they are unsafe - Does anyone have any factual commentary to make on the safety of this or similar devices?

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      Search 'electrocution through Universal USB Chargers' and see for yourself. Always a risk when buying anything no genuine and rely on unknown brand manufacturing standard.

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        Googles it haha. The problem these days is how do you really know what's decent quality. Like hoe does these marketed blitzwolf cables represent vs the much more expensive original usb c cables or say iphones??

        And with travel adapters how do you know which are cheap but safe?over paying the severely overmarked up prices of some western designed brands…

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          I know what you mean but if do go to trouble there are creditable sites ie Government websites & media reports of deaths which you can refer to rather than urban myth.

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            @kizashi: i definitely believe it's possible.. i think the few people that do come by this sort of death however isn't in the mainstream so it goes unreported. I think the biggest issue is not having a standard body of knowing what online deals/brands are reputably safe. for example if i knew a blitzwolf for $10 charger was decent safety wise vs this $8 china brand i didn't know anything about the name… then I would go with the blitzwolf. IT's just when you can't compare you hope paying a decent but cheap price (relative to an australian retailed sold power adapters and cables which seemed hideously expensive) on an online product will be better value for money.

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    I don't understand - why would anyone want a charger with a USB-C socket on it?

    If you have a mobile phone with a USB-C socket, then wouldn't it be most useful to carry a cable that converts USB-C to a boring old standard USB-A plug? That way you can plug into any PC, any car, any charger. Can someone please explain why having a USB-C socket on a charger is useful?

    • +1 vote

      because people like to complain if it don't come with USB-C. Like you said much easier your way without the hassle of an extras cable that only work with USB-C socket