The 10 Best Travel Adapters for 2024: Plug and Universal Adapters

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This adapter covers more than 200 different countries with its familiar sliding pin design. Taller and heavier than our top pick, this is OneAdaptr’s most powerful release to date, and it employs gallium nitride technology to deliver up to 100 watts. On the bottom, you’ll find two USB C ports and two USB A ports. Both USB C ports offer 100 watts of charging and both USB A ports are 18 Watts. However, 100 watts in total is the maximum, so if you plug in more than one device, it will be divided between them.

Almost every charging standard you can think of is supported, including PD 3.0, QC 4+, FCP, SCP, AFC, PPS, and more, so there’s a good chance you can charge your phone at the fastest rate possible. There is no grounding, so don’t plug in any gadget with a third metal pin. The adapter comes with a 10-amp fuse and a spare, and it conforms to IEC60884, CE, FCC, and other standards. If you need more power, or you feel you can get by with less, you may also like the OneWorld135 ($109)Then, there is the OneWorld30 ($39).

Note:: We have tested OneAdaptr’s range extensively and found they work well, but the company has had issues fulfilling orders, and we are concerned about the volume of negative reviews online. The company has assured us that they have recently taken steps to improve customer service and fulfilment. We will continue to monitor this situation.

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