Avid travelers know a thing or two about what to pack for a long getaway, but one item that may be inadvertently left off the list is a travel adapter. For those who can’t be bothered to research the outlet availability in each and every country they plan to visit, especially if an itinerary consists of multiple countries, an all-in-one travel adapter is a wise investment.
Flight 001 makes a 4-in-1 travel adapter that allows travelers to switch the outlet based on the location and snap the option easily into place. The adapter is color-coded, making it easy to identify and remember which outlet is required for which type of plug.
The stackable adapters break into three pieces but serve four different outlet functions. When stacked together, the adapters weigh just 0.04 pounds and measure 1.55 inches wide by 2.25 inches tall by 1.8 inches deep.
The adapter works in more than 150 countries and costs $25 on Flight 001’s website. The adapter also can be purchased on Amazon.com for as low as $12.
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