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Universal Multifunction Adapter Plug

(10 customer reviews)

$29.99

Universal Travel Adapter Plug World Power Ceptics W/ 4 USB Ports – Charge Cell Phones, Smart Watches, iPhones All over the World
For International Europe, China, UK, UAE, Australia – Type A, C, G, I: Home Audio & Theater

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SKU: B08B9XS244 Category:
Description

From the manufacturer
UP-9KU WORLD ADAPTER

WORLD WIDE ADAPTER

Versatile Solution
Built with Type A, I, C, G Output – Type A can be used for Japan, United States, Canada, Mexico. Type I international travel power adapter for China, Australia, New Zealand. Type C for European adapter plugs for Europe, South America, Asia. Type G Universal power adapter for United Kingdom, Ireland, Singapore, Hong Kong.

– Charge 5 devices at 1 time.

– Supports multi-device charging at high speed.

– 1 Universal Input, 4 USB (2.4a).

Features
Charges all dual voltage device Safe & high Quality Not a Voltage Converter
Charge almost any mobile device
The masterful engineering allows for simultaneous multi-device charging at high speed. The output 2.4A(max) and automatically matches the maximum charging current of the connected devices Charge: iPhone, iPad, Android smartphones, cell phones, tablets, cameras, laptops and so on.
Safe & high quality
Our high-quality adapters are built with an 8a fuse, extra included. Our top-level production uses Fcc CE RoHS certified* safety system with surge protection, children’s electric shock protection, Plug lock, and built-in safety shutters to protect you and your devices from external shock and short circuit when charging. Practical and functional, yet high quality and durable! * FCC ROHS CE Certifcate No. BCTC-160505914C
Not a voltage converter
Note that this adapter is not a voltage converter. It will not convert voltage, make sure your item supports worldwide 100-240V for use in overseas such as Europe. It will not work with items such as 110V hair dryer, curling iron or straightener.
DBT

Ceptics Advantage ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Grounded
✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
USB Ports 4 USB 3 USB + 1 USB-C PD,QC 3.0 + 1 USB-C 2 USB + Micro USB Cable 2 USB + Micro USB Cable 1 USB + 1 Type C 1USB + 1 USB-C
SpecCompatibility ial Features Fuse Protection Fuse Protection Surge Protection, Input Voltage Indicator LED Surge Protection, Input Voltage Indicator LED Surge Protection Input Voltage Indicator LED
Compatibility Cell phones, laptops, battery chargers, e-readers, CPAP machines and other devices rated for worldwide voltage or dual voltage (100-240V) Cell phones, laptops, battery chargers, e-readers, CPAP machines and other devices rated for worldwide voltage or dual voltage (100-240V) Cell phones, laptops, battery chargers, e-readers, CPAP machines and other devices rated for worldwide voltage or dual voltage (100-240V) Cell phones, laptops, battery chargers, e-readers, CPAP machines and other devices rated for worldwide voltage or dual voltage (100-240V) Cell phones, laptops, battery chargers, e-readers, CPAP machines and other devices rated for worldwide voltage or dual voltage (100-240V) Cell phones, laptops, battery chargers, e-readers, CPAP machines and other devices rated for worldwide voltage or dual voltage (100-240V)
Warning Not compatible for use in S. Africa Not compatible for use in S. Africa Type M (S. Africa) Attachment Sold Separately Type M (S. Africa) Attachment Sold Separately Type M (S. Africa) Attachment Sold Separately Type M (S. Africa) Attachment Sold Separately
Safety Certifications CE Certified (BCTC-160505914R) CE Certified (BCTC-160505914R) CE & ETL Listed (180400083SHA-001) CE & ETL Listed CE (180400083SHA-001) CE Certified (CQASZ170101325S) CE & ETL Listed (180400083SHA-001)

Additional information
Style

Australia/China-Type I, Germany/Shucko-Type E/F, India-Type D, Israel-Type H, Italy-Type L, Most Europe-Type C, South Africa-Type M, Switzerland-Type J, USA/Japan-Type B, World Adapter W/USB

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for Universal Multifunction Adapter Plug

  1. MariaSmiles

    Travel power can be confusing, and getting it wrong can potentially be dangerous, even if just to your devices. (Note: if you don’t know the difference between “input voltage” and “plug type”, please read the Travel Power info at the bottom. It is very important.)With regard to these specific adapters, I was recently in Italy for 30 days, stayed in 5 different hotels and 5 different homes – some old and some new. These adapters worked everywhere I tried them. (EDIT 2014: I later bought the Australia/China Type I and used them in New Zealand – same positive experience, but mainly used in an RV/Campervan).The receptacles (USA, anyway) are tight enough so plugs do not fall out of them, but not overly so (so you can still pull your plugs out!).The added benefit that I didn’t read (realize?) until I received them was that you can actually plug two devices in at one time (but only one 3-prong at a time & as a safety precaution, don’t daisy-chain them). The 3-prong goes into the “holed” side you can see in the photo, and the two prong would go into the side you cannot see (also has holes) – so, if there’s just one outlet at the bedside, you can charge your phone/tablet while also leaving the lamp plugged in (just remember to take it with you when you leave – the adapter, not the lamp). {EDIT 2016: commenter Jay reported his were only able to accomodate one plugged-in item.}If you think you will only need one, then bring two. That way you will have a back-up in case you lose one/break one/lend one out. I figured two would be good, so I brought three. It worked out, as I did lend one out and I was able to keep one in my purse and one in my suitcase – for easy access.I used these with polarized, non-polarized, & 3-prong USA plugs (camera battery, phone, ipod, laptop, usb-block, various lamps), plugged into various 3-prong italian outlets.It was nice to have the added benefit of the second-device feature, but I would have also preferred these plugs be white, as they would be easier to find in my bag (and blend into the walls better – most were white). {The product photo is currently showing a white plug, which is the color I expected to receive}. (EDIT, 2014: mine came black)EDIT 2015, with TIPS on Travel Power:Many people I talk to about this subject don’t know what to look for and often, they end up spending more than they really need to. So, I’m augmenting my review with a basic overview of what’s needed for travel power purposes. If you don’t already know the difference between plug and voltage converters, check out the info below. This is what I tell my peeps when they travel.You’ll need to consider two things when it comes to travel power: 1. Shape and 2. Voltage1. ShapeIf your home-country-shaped plugs are different than your destination-country-shaped plugs, you’ll have to buy the plug adapters that convert them. They are usually a “Type”, like these Italian Type-L plugs. (you can find the specifics of your countries with a google search). Many countries share a type, so if you are traveling to more than one country, you might get lucky with one type (or have a type already from another trip that works for a different trip). Be sure to buy an adapter that has the “male” type/shape of your destination, and the “female” of your home country (if you don’t know what that means, just liken them to basic ‘human genital anatomy’). Some, like these, have multiple “female” type options. And, others have multiple “male” type options, using a variety of sliders. The simplest version of these plugs (one type to one other type) are usually pretty inexpensive (US $2-20), depending on the Type and the supplier. The grounded and also the multi-type versions are usually on the mid-to-higher end of that cost spectrum. Even more expensive, are some that have the added benefit of also claiming to have surge protection. I bought one of these (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00QR09VW0) for India, due to their high incidence of power issues.2. VoltageYou’ll have to check the typical outlet voltage for the country(-ies) you’re visiting and compare that to your home country to know if you’ll need to consider voltage conversion while you’re on your trip. Again, a simple google search (or peek at the respective travel books) will give you this info. You’re generally looking for numbers like 100V, 110V, 220V, 240V, etc.If they differ, you usually have two options:A. Buy a converter.I’ve never bought one, but I’ve seen them in the usual places, including here on Amazon, as well as the “Travel” aisles in Target, Walmart, etc. Airports and travel stores also usually have them.B. Use / Buy “switching” or universal adapters for your electronics.Most actually already come with them, especially many phones, laptops, and mobile devices. In addition, USB-powered chargers are usually (if not always) universal. This is based on my experience, I am not an expert. So, before you spend money on a converter (that will take up precious space and weight in your luggage), check the very, very, very fine print on the wall plugs/brick adapters of your devices for writing that says something like “Input: 100-240V”. See photos for what to look for. If the country(-ies) you are visiting are within that range (which you’ll know from that google search), then you don’t need a voltage adapter, just a “shape / outlet” adapter. Yay for $avings!Most of the stories I’ve heard about travelers blowing outlets and whatnot involve heating devices such as curling irons or hair dryers. I don’t travel with those, but I do know that they make “travel” ones that, in addition to folding or being smaller, also usually have a “voltage switching” option. With mobile phones and the smaller devices, this switching is usually done automatically. With these heating devices, the switching may need to be done manually, so be SURE to double-check that for yourself or others in your party, in order to prevent a dangerous or at least embarrassing situation.Of course, your third option would be to “unplug” completely and travel like it’s 1985. Radical!I rely on reviews to help me make informed buying decisions. I hope this review helped you!

  2. DCloes

    Instead of buying a 220v to 110v converter and worrying your stuff will get fried or won’t work, use this with dual voltage items (they will work on either 110v or 220v automatically). Amazon sells a curling iron that cost about the same as a converter that is dual voltage.Wife used this plug adapter in Italy with:Official iPhone charger that does 110v or 220v.Curling iron that autoswitches between 110v or 220v.USB battery brick/charger (from Costco) that charged her phone while she was out sightseeing that can accept 110v or 220v.Few other items that were also dual voltage.She took a separate converter that converts 220v to 110v, but didn’t use it once.

  3. Chic

    Worked well. These are plug adapters, not voltage converters, but all my electrical equipment is dual voltage, I just needed to be able to plug them in. And these adapters were just what I needed. Having three was very useful, I just left the adapters on.

  4. Sululu

    This was a 3-pack of adapters that I needed for a trip to Israel. Frankly, I think maybe one of the three didn’t work, but I didn’t try too hard and the second adapter worked just fine. HOWEVER, the customer service from Ceptics was awesome. They reached out to me by email to check on how things went! This was not in response to anything I said or did because I had not contacted them first. Anyway I told them the story of the possible one that didn’t work. I was satisfied with their response and they guided me towards another product that would help me on an upcoming trip to several European countries plus the UK. Great customer service and for that reason alone I used them again and I will continue to do so in the future.

  5. RobBike review

    Got this to provide power in Greece. It works very well, and the lighted USB ports are excellent too. Used it to keep my tablet, battery packs, and cell phone all charged up, and provided a thru for my CPAP machine. The white push button on one side assures the plugs do not retract until you want them too, and I found the fit adequate (it never fell out of the plug). The only problem I had was with certain hotel power lamps, where the AC plug is unusable due to the size of this power cube (the same problem seen with some Mac laptop chargers). That is not really the cubes problem, but it can be an issue in use. Also the text on the cube to identify the particular plug is pretty hard to read, being black and small on dark blue (white on blue would be much better). But it served me well, and having 4 lighted usb ports all in one place was very convenient. No regrets on this purchase.

  6. J-kap

    I bought this set of travel plug adapters for a recent trip to Venice, Italy. They were exactly what I needed to adapt the plugs on my blow dryer and curling iron so I could use the electrical outlets there. I also used these to plug in my iPhone and iPad (checked Apple FAQs to verify no converter was needed.) I liked that this was a multiple set so I didn’t have to switch from one appliance to another. I had enough to leave each one plugged in and let my mother-in-law use the third one for her blow dryer. Just want to note that these are adapters, NOT converters. Look at your appliance to make sure it will be safe to use. My curling iron has writing on it stating that it works with both 120V/240V AC, 50/60Hz, 125W and the blow dryer has a switch on it (looks like a plastic standard screw head) that I turn to set it to use 240V (European electricity) or 120V (US electricity.) My mother-in-law did not have her blow dryer on the right setting at first and you could hear the motor whining, all was good when switch was turned to proper setting. My straight iron was not rated for 240V so sadly I left it home. All-in-all I found this to be a GREAT product!

  7. brobeta

    I have several electrical devices bought outside the US that have UK-style large 3-prong rectangular plugs and want to use them in US. These adapters do the job and the quality seems good. I didn’t realize until after buying them that the US-type prongs can also be twisted/angled to the Australia configuration. Could be a nice bonus although I don’t foresee using that feature.In my opinion the only negative is that the US/UK ground prongs are opposite from one another instead of stacked (hard to describe but I hope you get the picture). Whereas the receptacle for the ground prong in a US outlet is usually down, the ground on the UK side of the adapter will be up. This can be inconvenient — especially in surge protector strips — with “wall wart” type plugs or any plugs where the cord comes out at right angles to the prongs.

  8. Karen

    When you have this adapter, you don’t have to worry if you brought the “right” plug, because they are all in this one unit. This compact unit replaces all those bulky plugs and simplifies packing when traveling to several foreign countries. This was a relief when traveling to counties that might have multiple plug shapes. The two USB hubs allows charging of electronics without using a plug outlet.I also really liked that this adapter could be used with non US, meaning a friend visiting the US could use this adapter for their electronics in the US.Don’t confuse this as a converter, which changes voltage for higher wattage appliances that heat up, (It’s better to buy a travel curling iron, hair dryer, etc) but it works perfectly for computers, clocks, sound machines.

  9. Heng

    While this is incredibly bulky, it is useful!Pros:-It has two USB options. I was able to charge both my friend and my phone as well as a battery pack at the same time. Since it was bulky, I was able to place it on top of the cube and not worry!-There’s a blue light to tell you when it’s working.-You extend the right plug in the right country, press the button down then move it.Cons:-It is rather bulky…

  10. Sagewood

    We bought this travel plug adapter pack as we travel a lot between the United States and Europe. It was great that they have the grounded and universal options as it makes for a versatile pack. I can honestly say that it is a great value for money as the adapter supports variety of computers, tablets, cellphones, cameras and other gadgets. It is quite important to check the rated power of your device before making a purchase to make sure of compactibility.

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