Can the Travel Adapter be used as a Wall Charger?

When it comes to travel adapters, some people may be unfamiliar, so let's first talk about what travel adapters are used for.

What’s a Travel Adapter?

A travel adapter makes it so that your device can plug into the outlet which has holes that are different than ours in the US. Many of today’s devices like newer laptops, apple products like iPhones and iPads are dual voltage, so you don’t need a travel converter or charger to use charge and use them in foreign countries. Most of the time, you will need just adapter plugs when traveling however in some cases, you may need a voltage converter (also known as a travel charger). If your device only operates at 110/120 volts (American devices) you will need a converter to step down (or convert) the power supply in your destination country for it to work safely. Your device must be plugged into a converter to change the voltage to avoid overheating or frying. For example, if you are traveling to France from the USA, your American curling iron will need a converter to step down the power voltage in France from 220/240V to 110/120V, for the appliance to work.

What is the difference between wall charger and travel adapter?

Generally speaking, both wall chargers and travel adapter can charge your electronic devices. But wall chargers usually only have a fixed plug. For example, if you buy a wall charger with a US plug, your US plug wall charger will not work when you travel in Spain, because European sockets and American sockets are different. At this time, you may need a travel adapter to solve this problem. Travel adapters usually come with 4 types of plugs: US, UK, EU and Aus, which can cover more than 200 countries and regions around the world. The travel adapter is also equipped with a universal input socket, you can connect your electronic devices with US, UK, EU and Aus plugs into the travel adapter to charge. The travel adapter can also be used as a universal charger, which includes the functions of a wall charger, with USB-C and USB-A charging ports. Can charge multiple devices at the same time.

Whether you choose a wall charger or travel adapter, we're here got the best option for you.

what wall charger for iphone 13?

If you're thinking of jumping ship to the iPhone 13 or upgrading to the latest and greatest release, you probably already know it arrives sans wall adapter. That means you need a charger. Our 2-Port 20W USB C Charger may be the best choice for you. It has a Power Delivery USB-C Port with 20W Max output, charging speed is 3x faster than the original 5W charger, and can charge your iPhone 13 up to 50% in 30 minutes. It also comes with a QC3.0 protocol USB-A port, allowing you to quick charge more devices simultaneously. The plug of this 20W Mini Power Adapter is a foldable design, Toss it into a briefcase, handbag, carry-on or backpack snag-free!

20W USB C Charger

XVZ 3 Best Travel Adapters for European Trip.

We offer 3 All-in-one Universal Travel Adapters for you to choose from.

The first travel adapter is equipped with 1 PD 18W USB-C Port, 2 Smart USB-A ports and 1 universal input socket, you can charge 4 devices at the same time. The compact design of 56.5mm * 67mm * 52mm makes it more convenient to carry when you travel. Equipped with 4 types of US, UK, EU, AUS plugs, you can travel around the world worry-free in more than 200 countries and regions.

All-in-one PD 18W Travel Adapter

The second travel adapter comes with 2 USB-C and 3 USB-A ports and a universal input socket. One of the USB-C ports supports PD 30W fast charging, allowing you to quickly charge your iPad, iPhone and other devices. you can use it here at home a 5-port power hub in the office.

The third travel adapter comes with 1 PD 45W USB-C Port and 4 USB-A ports and 1 universal input socket, you can charge 6 devices at the same time. Especially the 45W PD-enabled USB-C port power your Mac Book Pro up to 100% in about 2.5 hours.

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