Customer service was quick to send our three adapters. However, we found that two of the three had loose connections and did not work reliably. Will not buy again.
The product looks good, nice quality but I was not able to get it in time before departure to South Africa. Placed the order on Sunday Dec 31st 2017, the item was shipped on Friday Jan 5th 2018 and was still not received on January 23rd 2018: date of my flight. They were quoting 7-10 business days for delivery, as it was stock, but it took more than 13 business days to get it. So take consideration that delivery might be longer than what they quote and you might not get it in time if you are traveling somewhere...
Standard:The CT-10L is designed in the US and it’s our most compact travel adapter. It features two sockets to connect a N. American 2-prong and a 3-prong power cord to a Type M outlet. It is sold in a pack of 3 adapters to share with your travel companions.
|blurb||The CT-10L is designed in the US and it’s our most compact travel adapter. It features two sockets to connect a N. American 2-prong and a 3-prong power cord to a Type M outlet. It is sold in a pack of 3 adapters to share with your travel companions.|
The Ceptics CT-10L adapter is a Type M which can be used in the following countries: Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland. The CT-10L features 2 inputs: Standard US Grounded NEMA 5-15 and ungrounded 2-prong US. Both ports will accept the polarized or non-polarized plugs. These type M travel adapters do not convert voltage. Please check the voltage standard for the travel destination and use an appropriate voltage converter with the adapter if needed (for example, Europe uses mainly 230 Volts). Many electrical devices such as AC/DC chargers for Laptops, cameras, cell phones, iPhone, iPad etc. allow a multi range voltage (100-240 Volts) and eliminate the need of a voltage converter. Sometimes electrical device have a switch for either 120 or 230 Volts (remember to set back!). Please check the specifications on your equipment. Powering a 120 Volts device with 230 Volts can destroy the equipment and cause fire.