Recommendations for the best worldwide travel charger

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sid

Member since 07 Jan 2011

Total posts 190

I wouldn't leave home without my Polaroid International Power board.


It has an interchangeable plug like an iPhone charger and provides 4 USB ports and 2 Australian sockets for items that can't be powered by USB..



Last edited by pearsonlive at Aug 03, 2018, 12.12 PM.

I also use the Polaroid adapter and it works great!

OzDino

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 11 May 2015

Total posts 12

The "Polaroid International Power board" is identical to the ALDI power board for $20. It's a 2x socket power board with different plugs for worlwide use. I can plug my laptop charger and another device and still have 4x usb ports to power gadgets, Has a power lead rather than direct plug in for those sockets that are in tight places or too close to the desktop to plug in a larger adapter.

rufusfly

Member since 13 May 2016

Total posts 54

I wouldn't leave home without my Polaroid International Power board.


It has an interchangeable plug like an iPhone charger and provides 4 USB ports and 2 Australian sockets for items that can't be powered by USB..



Last edited by pearsonlive at Aug 03, 2018, 12.12 PM.

YES they are vey good I use it all the time

TimOfMcDowall

Member since 01 Mar 2017

Total posts 10

Hi Ourmain, the prefect charger fot you:

https://oneadaptr.com/pages/landing-twist


website doesn't list current output per USB port/total, not that I can see anyway, does the packaging list it?

Robbo032

Member since 08 May 2017

Total posts 2

I wouldn't leave home without my Polaroid International Power board.


It has an interchangeable plug like an iPhone charger and provides 4 USB ports and 2 Australian sockets for items that can't be powered by USB..



Last edited by pearsonlive at Aug 03, 2018, 12.12 PM.

I also use the Polaroid adapter and it works great!

I have all-but identical version of this I bought from Aldi for about $25 a year or so ago. Great bit of kit, and gets around that annoying trait in some Euro hotel rooms of having an awkwardly located socket that can defeat a bulky all-in-one adapter.


I also do a lot of charging from the USB ports on the backs of TVs, clock radios etc where I can.

Haven't packed a multi-country adapter for a couple of years now, actually.

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