Finally I've found the ideal multi-use travel adapter plug!
I've been searching high and low for a plug that doesn't have moving parts (which can be dangerous if the wrong fingers get in the wrong places and some poor quality ones can even break) but that also has a USB port so cell phones can be charging without the need for an additional plug.
Here it is!
This universal adapter plug clicks apart and covers all countries that use the UK (including Dubai, Singapore and Hong Kong = G), USA (= A & B) and Europe (which includes most Asian countries = C). The front is also multi-use and can take a NZ/AU plug or any other type as above. (Yes, it does take the NZ/AU plug in the front. Just wiggle it in for the first time, as this too is an international fitting.)
This plug covers all countries that use plug A, B, C, G, I connections. It is 6 amps so will not be strong enough for a hair dryer (which uses 15 amps) but fine for computers, phones, cameras, hair straighteners, toothbrushes. (Personally I never travel with my hair dryer as I just use the hotel and cruise ship ones provided).
Here's a tip: pack a multiboard from home and you can charge several devices at once!
It comes in a cool little zip case to keep it safe with an instruction manual (although it's not rocket science!)
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