eFond All in One Travel Adapter Review

Hey everyone..I just wanted to do a quick review of this handy little travel adapter that I  used in 7 different countries last year.  The eFond All IN One! It helped me out on many  occasions as I needed to have my computer plugged in, my phone charging and  whatever else I needed from camera batteries to mini speakers! When abroad you will need different plug adapters for your gear. Now this is NOT a travel converter!!  This is just a plug for items that don’t need converters. Electrical outlets in the U.S. output between 100-120V, while many other countries output between 200-240V. Not all gadgets require a voltage converter, though—you may be able to get by with just a simple plug adapter.

PRODUCT:  eFond All in One Travel Plug

Size:  2.17 x 3.15 x 2.36 in

Where to BuyAmazon

My Rating: 8/9 out of 10


travel adapter

The world runs on two types of electricity: 110/125V or 220/240V. North American devices run on 100-120/125V electricity while the majority of the world runs on 220/240V. Converters and transformers change the voltage of electricity to match the voltage of your device.  You really don’t need to travel with a transformer/converter for a trip! Waste of space. Your laptop/smartphone/mini speakers/ipads/digital camera/and most modern devices are dual voltage. All of mine are! Just check yours. What else do you need? For ladies with blow dryers and curlers and things that make heat, these things can easily be bought with dual voltage now as can shavers for men!



There are two USB ports in addition to plugs that can be used in over 150 countries. USA/UK/EUROPE/AUS plugs  Are used in most places most people will travel. There are spare fuses in it and the light will blink if there is an overload. Luckily normal use didn’t cause that. I used this in Portugal/Spain/Germany/Italy/Morocco/Cyprus/and the USA so far.  So Europe, North America, and North Africa. I would plug in my laptop, charge a USB device or two.

type A plug-efond adapter
TYPE A/I-twists to match both.


I had had a plug battery charger that was USB also. At some point during the day or night something was charging and I was never without power.  I also never had an overheating issue or too warm that made me nervous. This little inexpensive device saved me the hassle of carrying different plug adapters for 10 weeks on the road this year and I am more than happy with it at the price!


type G-efond adapter
Type G
Type C/F-eFond adapter
Type C/F






By the way it weighs less than 5 ounces and has a 12 month warranty. Remember this is NOT a voltage converter. If you are a traveler buying a dual voltage curling iron or blow dryer is so much easier as a traveler!!! For all the countries that are good for this adapter there is a full list on the product page! It’s a great buy!

Additional info!

  • AC Power Rating: 6A max. 100-240Vac (660W max. at 110V, 1380W max. at 230V)
  • Socket Output: AC 100-240V-Max6A (Can’t convert AC to AC voltage)
  • USB Output: 2400mA 5Vdc
  • Fire-proof Shell
  • Built-in Safety Shutters
  • LED Power Indicator
  • Spare Fuse




  1. Great review my friend. This adapter reminds me of when I bought my drone online, only to realize that the adapter was created for the United States and NOT New Zealand. I ended up having to send the whole product back because I simply couldn’t use it where I live. This product would’ve worked PERFECTLY for me. Now I know to get this adapter for next time 🙂 Thanks a lot.

    1. The plug was for the US? Or the power? If the voltage was different then this won’t help….! If it is a dual voltage product then you just need an adapter like the efond If you buy a US market product just make sure it is dual voltage! If the plug is the only thing different, then this would help! Thanks for stopping by!

  2. The build quality of this adapter sounds amazing. I have never heard of the eFond brand before but it sounds like they really took their time to think about what went into the design and features of this travel adapter. Should I be using this in addition to a voltage converter when using US devices abroad?

    1. The thing is you don’t need a voltage converter for smartphones/laptops/ipads/cameras/..not even my beard trimmer! So what product do you need to spend the money on a voltage converter for as a traveler? You can get hair products dual voltage nowadays. In the last 16 years I have never bought one. But yes you still may need an adapter for the plugs. Hey thanks for stopping by!!

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