expired Universal Travel Adapter with 2.4a 4-Port USB for USA EU UK AUS $15.99 + Post (Free with Prime/ $49 Spend) @ TendakDirect Amazon


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4-Port USB with Smart IC Technology: Max Output 2.4A USB port built-in smart IC for intelligent charging, it simultaneously charging 5 devices and deliver optimized electric current and enabling Full-Speed Charging; Charging for Apple iPhone 7/6 Plus, iPad, Samsung Galaxy/Edge/Note, LG

INTERNATIONAL POWER ADAPTER: Built-in with 4 different plug standards (US/EU/AU/UK) cover most of Africa, most of Asia, Australia, most of Europe (Type C), UK (Type G), and most of North America, and some parts of South America

CONVENIENT & RELIABLE: Easy to use slide-out plug release button allows you to conveniently change to any other plug; Made of highly durable sturdy plastic with superior craftmanship and simple design

AC POWER SOCKET: MAX 6 Amp 100-250VAC 50-60HZ; 4-Port USB Charger: MAX 3.5A 5V DC (Smart 2-Port USB Max Output 2.4A´╝ŤOther 2-Port USB Max Output 2.1A)

SURGE PROTECTION: Short Circuit Prevention ( 6.0 Amp Fuse ), Maximum Load Power 1500W at 250V and Plug Lock System; DO NOT USE FOR HIGHER POWER ELECTRIC APPLIANCES OVER 1500W

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    Any reviews? Just about to head to Europe!
    I normally take one universal adapter and a power board!

    • +2 votes

      I hear that these chunky plugs are pretty unstable, and sometimes take up too much room to fit in a powerpoint. I think your current method is probably best!


      It has 4 different plug standards (US/EU/AU/UK),so it can be used in Europe!
      Here are the same onessold in US, you can read the reviews:


      I would stick with that and a bunch of plugs. That is what we do. Just be aware that parts of Switzerland do not use a standard European plug. We had to go to a supermarket to find a suitable adapter one. There are apps that will tell you what plug works for what region.

  • +1 vote

    Just a heads up, Amazon are now enforcing legislative requirements around these types of devices. If you do not have SAA approval / RCM and there are any reported faults with your product, the seller, not Amazon are responsible for issuing a full recall of the devices.

    This particular device is unsafe and does not meet AS/NZS 3112:2000 standards.

    Heads up seller, it is your company that is responsible for recalling these products the first time a customer complains they are unsafe.

    au-ps-investigations@amazon.com.au is the contact for the standards enforcement within Amazon and for complaints from customers who feel a device or electrical product might not be safe.

    From au-ps-investigation correspondence: Therefore ASIN B************ has been suppressed for safety reason. In order to sell these on Amazon, you must apply and submit documentation evidencing that Products you are applying to sell are certified and addressing the safety concern with Standards.


    Bought something similar for recent trip to SE Asia. Was amazing and v handy

  • +1 vote

    Was checking these type of adapters before I flew out to Japan, but ran out of time, ended up buying one from Bic Camera while in Japan

    Here's the review that I read

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