I used this product on a trip to London. I was able to connect two things to it, but not a third. It did not fit tightly enough to hold up power bricks without an extension cord. I would only use it with devices that do not put any weight on it. No power packs, bricks, or anything like that.
Got these before heading off to work in England this summer. They were a huge help and at a great price. Didn't have any issues whatsoever. I even saved them for next time, as opposed to leaving them behind as I have done in the past.
UsefullI hoped they didn't write on it in blue :)
Used this on a recent tour of Scotland. It worked well and meant we needed only one adapter for our several devices, incidentally simplifying the problem of hotel rooms with only one outlet. The only issue was that some of our US plugs tended to come out of the adapter receptacles, but that was fixed with a little spreading of prongs on the US devices.
Provided me with what I needed when I travelled to Ireland - a converter that allowed me to plug in my camera battery charger and USB chargers for phone/tablet.
Standard: The GP3-7 features three sockets to connect up to three power cords to a single Type G 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 GP3-7 features three sockets to connect up to three power cords to a single Type G 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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