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Worldwide Travel Adaptor (+150 countries) with Two USB Ports for £2 @ Dunelm (free reserve and collect)
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Worldwide Travel Adaptor (+150 countries) with Two USB Ports for £2 @ Dunelm (free reserve and collect)

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Posted 16th JulAvailable: National

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Handy for future holidays abroad

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Including two USB ports for more charging capacity, this worldwide travel adaptor allows the use of standard UK plugs in more than 150 countries.

Available in store / free c&c
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rachyerbs16/07/2019 13:10

I have one of these and it's fine for charging things overnight. It does …I have one of these and it's fine for charging things overnight. It does have a really bright blue LED light on it, which I found a bit annoying as I like to sleep in a nice dark room!



Bit of blu-tack, Bob’s your uncle. It’s great for all forms of annoying indicator light. Or block it out permanently with black sharpie!
Edited by: "finknottle" 16th Jul
USB Specification
Input Voltage Range - 110v - 240v.
Output: 5v D.C Max: 1.0A Total.
2 x USB Ports.
Edited by: "bagga212" 16th Jul
bagga21216/07/2019 12:50

USB SpecificationInput Voltage Range - 110v - 240v.Output: 5v D.C Max: …USB SpecificationInput Voltage Range - 110v - 240v.Output: 5v D.C Max: 1.0A Total.2 x USB Ports.



1A TOTAL so 500ma if you have 2 things plugged in. OK if you want to charge powerbank or something over night but otherwise a bit crap
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Nice find, OP
Wow this is great! Reserved one in Halifax
Cheers going to the states for a long while these will do nicely
USB Specification
Input Voltage Range - 110v - 240v.
Output: 5v D.C Max: 1.0A Total.
2 x USB Ports.
Edited by: "bagga212" 16th Jul
Is this one of the lethal ones Big Clive from YouTube advises against buying? I might be mistaken though.
1a for 2 socket..slow charging
bagga21216/07/2019 12:50

USB SpecificationInput Voltage Range - 110v - 240v.Output: 5v D.C Max: …USB SpecificationInput Voltage Range - 110v - 240v.Output: 5v D.C Max: 1.0A Total.2 x USB Ports.



1A TOTAL so 500ma if you have 2 things plugged in. OK if you want to charge powerbank or something over night but otherwise a bit crap
Can anyone find a countries list for this?
great price, but was £1.49 in april so might be worth holding if not urgent
deeky16/07/2019 13:02

Can anyone find a countries list for this?



sainsburys.co.uk/sho…usb “More than 150” is the the best I could find

Didntknowya16/07/2019 12:59

great price, but was £1.49 in april so might be worth holding if not urgent



That was on clearance at Asda, and now Dunelm are getting rid of them, so wouldn’t think places would be getting any more in
I have one of these and it's fine for charging things overnight. It does have a really bright blue LED light on it, which I found a bit annoying as I like to sleep in a nice dark room!
rachyerbs16/07/2019 13:10

I have one of these and it's fine for charging things overnight. It does …I have one of these and it's fine for charging things overnight. It does have a really bright blue LED light on it, which I found a bit annoying as I like to sleep in a nice dark room!



Bit of blu-tack, Bob’s your uncle. It’s great for all forms of annoying indicator light. Or block it out permanently with black sharpie!
Edited by: "finknottle" 16th Jul
rachyerbs16/07/2019 13:10

I have one of these and it's fine for charging things overnight. It does …I have one of these and it's fine for charging things overnight. It does have a really bright blue LED light on it, which I found a bit annoying as I like to sleep in a nice dark room!


Same suggestion as above, personally I have used gorilla tape as yes it pretty much lights the entire room !
I used a sock haha!
1.0A on USB ??? = utterly useless, cold as Antartica
Got plenty of travel adaptors but can never find them when you need them- ordered
finknottle16/07/2019 13:18

Bit of blu-tack, Bob’s your uncle. It’s great for all forms of annoying ind …Bit of blu-tack, Bob’s your uncle. It’s great for all forms of annoying indicator light. Or block it out permanently with black sharpie!


Genius
For £2.00, it's a bargain. Got the last one at Farnborough
Got one in Loughborough, cheers
Sharpharp16/07/2019 14:13

1.0A on USB ??? = utterly useless, cold as Antartica


It’s fine for charging my iPhone 7 and android tablet overnight. You can also plug a USB adapter in to the UK plug to get the full charge on even more devices.
These are excellent had one about 5 years and work away and it gets used a lot. Tape on ours to keep the light at bay
preecey16/07/2019 12:51

Is this one of the lethal ones Big Clive from YouTube advises against …Is this one of the lethal ones Big Clive from YouTube advises against buying? I might be mistaken though.


No idea. Just good to see a big Clive reference 😁
USB slots on these things are great - I forgot the plug adapter for my phone charger once and all I had was this and my cable for 2 weeks
One left in Inverness. Getting a £6 Ryanair flight at 3am first thing...

Kindest regards
Couldn't find any within 50 miles of where I live!

Then I remembered I used to live in Norwich where nobody ever travels anywhere ... so checked for a laugh ... loads of stock
Edited by: "goldust" 16th Jul
deeky16/07/2019 13:02

Can anyone find a countries list for this?


Are you worried you might not be able to use it at your destination - where are you going BTW ?
eslick16/07/2019 22:43

These are excellent had one about 5 years and work away and it gets used a …These are excellent had one about 5 years and work away and it gets used a lot. Tape on ours to keep the light at bay


nightlight as well !
Finally a dunelm deal is in stock for me(y)
finknottle16/07/2019 13:18

Bit of blu-tack, Bob’s your uncle. It’s great for all forms of annoying ind …Bit of blu-tack, Bob’s your uncle. It’s great for all forms of annoying indicator light. Or block it out permanently with black sharpie!


small piece of Black Insulation tape cut to fit over the LED does the job for me. So many of my devices have little bits of Black tape covering annoying lights....
garymyliu16/07/2019 14:24

Got plenty of travel adaptors but can never find them when you need them- …Got plenty of travel adaptors but can never find them when you need them- ordered


Top tip - keep them in the suitcase when back home
I find it cheaper to just take the plug off my appliance and insert the wires into the socket in whichever country I visit. Some aluminium foil can be used to give a better fit.
bagga21216/07/2019 12:53

1A TOTAL so 500ma if you have 2 things plugged in. OK if you want to …1A TOTAL so 500ma if you have 2 things plugged in. OK if you want to charge powerbank or something over night but otherwise a bit crap


If your going abroad i expect your taking at least a 20,000mah battery so on 1A its going to take more than over night.. and if you charging your phone at the same time, it would take about 48hours to charge the battery,
charliemike16/07/2019 23:49

I find it cheaper to just take the plug off my appliance and insert the …I find it cheaper to just take the plug off my appliance and insert the wires into the socket in whichever country I visit. Some aluminium foil can be used to give a better fit.


Ah yes, why didn't I think of that before
Not many stores nearby me. Cold!
Does it include Northern Ireland?

It appears to be missing from the UK flag.
ianhalling16/07/2019 23:46

or an eyeshade


I often use a little known trick. I shut my eyes. Works a treat and doesn't cost a penny.
Best of it is, when I open my eyes several hours later they are fully charged because I then have instant light. It usually lasts until around the time that the sun goes down.
So you gonna plug in your £1000 phone in a £2 adaptor, don’t get it . Also 1 amp slower then a tortoise charging, also to travel 10 miles to get one
Edited by: "santaclawz" 17th Jul
charliemike16/07/2019 23:49

I find it cheaper to just take the plug off my appliance and insert the …I find it cheaper to just take the plug off my appliance and insert the wires into the socket in whichever country I visit. Some aluminium foil can be used to give a better fit.



Yes, as in most/all other countries 110-120 volts is supposed not to be lethal. Might be a good way of starting a fire?
ianhalling16/07/2019 23:39

Are you worried you might not be able to use it at your destination …Are you worried you might not be able to use it at your destination - where are you going BTW ?


That's exactly right I'm off on a bit of a Far East jolly in Sept. I'm hoping these will save me messing about with different ones for different countries.
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