The best travel adapter B074CRS574 have USB sockets, so charging up phones, tablets and other portable devices should be fairly convenient. But they’re not all equal. Most will have at least a couple of USB slots; check they’re rated 2.4V, which will refuel your phone faster, and means it can cope with a tablet, too.
Better still, look for Quick Charge, which does it ever faster. If you have a laptop that charges via USB-C, look for a travel adaptor with built-in USB-PD (USB Power Delivery), which can send 100W into a laptop.
Not all travel adaptors will transform voltage, so it’s always worth checking to see if you need to purchase a voltage transformer alongside the adapter. Many devices are dual voltage rated, so you may not even require a transformer; even so, it’s always best to check the book of words to double check.
Good news is, all EU countries have the same voltage as the UK, so it’s only the USA, South America, Asia, Australasia and Africa that you need to think about. As a rule, high powered devices such as hairdryers and straighteners cannot be used with a travel adaptor, with the advice being to purchase cheap ones when you’ve arrived at your destination.
Amazon is usually the best place to head for travel adaptors, as you can get hold of highly rated products for sometimes a fraction of the high street price (and with Prime Delivery).
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