Maxah MX-UC1 Surge Protector All in One Universal Travel Wall Charger AC Power AU UK US EU Plug Adapter
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- Universal conversion plug adapter,Cover more than 150 Countries with US/EU/UK/AU plugs.
- Built-In safety shutters protect users from the direct touch of the live parts on the socket outlet.
- Color: White, Volts:120-240 V, Current rating:6-13A.
- Product Size:73 x 50 x 39 mm (LxWxH). Product Weight:0.08Kg.
- All of the products are brand new,if the product surface is not clean or look like used,please contact with us for replacement.thank you.
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This universal plug adapter is not a converter,it just converts the power outlet plug type only, it does NOT convert electrical output current and voltage.
Please make sure your device carries a electrical converter when you travel to other countries with different electrical output.
All-in-one adaptor with surge protector, safety shutter and power indicator light.
Cover more than 150 Countries with US/EU/UK/AU plugs
It provides a child protection safety shutter, power indicator light and surge protector. This item will fit the plugs in Europe,
UK, USA, China, Japan, Australia, Spain and almost every country in the world.
It protect your valuable electronic appliance from spikes and surges.
It accepts earthed and unearthed plugs from dozens of countries.
Size: 73 x 50 x 39 mm (LxWxH)
1 x Universal AC adapter.
1 x Bag for the adapter.
1 x User Manual.
Top Customer Reviews
I stayed in a flat in Britain that had metal faceplate on the electrical outlets. When I plugged this converter in, the American plug made contact with the metal. Sparks shot out. A major burn mark was left on the wall and some of the metal wall plate had either melted or been electrolyzed away. The same happened to the prong of the American plug. It blew all of the circuit breakers, not just for my flat, but for the whole building.
I had two of these devices. One day I went to unplug the second. As I did, my hand gently brushed the unlock button for the American plug. It snapped out with spring loaded power and made contact with my little finger. A powerful shock went through my body, I shrieked like a little girl and the muscles in my arm contracted, throwing the plug across the room.
The fact that the plug of one region can be plugged in and the other regions plugs are not insulated or protected well makes this converter quite dangerous. I have ended up using electrical tape to ensure no further contacts from plugs that are not in use.
In addition, the plugs are very finicky. The plug must be jiggled and repositioned to receive current. I have found that if I don't quite push it in all the way, the device actually works. They are not quite defective, but I thought they were at first.
I used this in Europe last week. The F type adapter (two round pins) fits the Euro outlets but the construction of the body makes it difficult to use this. A Euro outlet has a large round hole the plug is supposed to go into. This thing sits on the top of the hole and the pins go into their respective holes to make contact. The adapter is not snug in the outlet and I found it fell out of a wall mounted unit or was easily knocked out of a power strip laying on the table.
I'm going to buy a standalone F adapter for my next trip.
I only gave this two stars because it worked a couple of times.
Well this poses a problem with this converter because the pins for the U.S. prongs do not retract 100% into the housing when not in use. They end up touching the metal back plate and shorting out the breaker. I've done this accidentally at two different hotels on my England trip until the maintenance person pointed this unit's flaw out to me. This isn't really a flaw, it's quality control. The pins should retract past the exterior housing when not in use. Instead, they stick out about 1mm past the housing.
Purchased to be used on a recent trip to Asia. Loved the option to have 2 devices charging via USB and able to add an actual plugged item. The flip out plug can be a little tricky, but once its figured out it stays in place.
The little plug has been so useful that we keep it as part of our normal travel add ons. Its a great fit for hotel rooms. Y0u know how it is, the one available plug is behind something and only has one outlet available ...lol
Totally worth the $$$$ for the ease of use.
Problem in Korea is that the pins are slightly smaller than the receptacle holes and so it will fall out of the wall by looking at it hard making one wonder if they have telekinetic powers.
France was an issue due to the depth of the prongs to reach into the outlet other than that it worked fair enough.
Finally Bahrain/Dubai area. The blades are just fine and reach into the receptacle however in that area they have switches built into the outlet to turn on and off individual plugs. The problem comes in that this boxy unit puts that switch in between on and off causing some interesting sparks in the outlet leading to an unsafe condition.
All in all in a pinch this unit will work but something a little more specific to your location would be better for the seasoned and frequent traveler.