This item was perfect for us. Exactly what we needed for use in Italy.
... And all you have are three strange holes in the wall to plug things into. I assure you that this will suffice. It has three outlets, and works well converting the ridiculous Italian power supply interface into something more mundane. Don't get me wrong, having outlets that look like I am working closely with Nikola Tesla on a vacuum tube powered lightning rod is fun, but my iPhone seems to disagree. This fixes all that while looking bulky and maudlin at the same time.
The product worked as described until it was stolen with my backpack in Rome along with 100's of $$ of more expensive items in the pack ...I had to buy another locally for our phone chargers and other items A suggestion is to buy 2 of them and separate them in your luggagePlease be careful in Rome in crowded areas like Metro,trains,buses airports etc as Pick pockets and stolen backpacks are at a high rate
Overall, pretty good charger. In retrospect, I wish I bought an adapter that also had USB inserts.
Standard: The GP3-12A features three sockets to connect up to three power cords to a single Type L outlet. The universal input socket will accept plug from almost any country including the 2-prong or 3-prong N. American plugs.
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|blurb||The GP3-12A features three sockets to connect up to three power cords to a single Type L outlet. The universal input socket will accept plug from almost any country including the 2-prong or 3-prong N. American plugs.|
Chile, Italy, Libya, Vatican City