Ceptics 70W World Travel Plug Adapter review: charge up to 6 devices at once

This adapter costs a little more but has a lot to offer travelers in return. Is it worth the investment?

Ceptics 70W World Travel Plug Adapter plugged into socket with five USB leads and a UK plug attached
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Digital Camera World Verdict

Ceptics has created a travel adapter that truly lives up to the title 'all in one'. Combining multiple plug types, fast charging capabilities, and a compact design, it's an invaluable companion for digital nomads and globe-trotters alike.


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    Supports plug types in over 150 countries

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    70W max output with Power Delivery and Quick Charge 3.0

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    Integrated USB-A and USB-C ports for simultaneous charging

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    Compact and lightweight


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    No voltage conversion functionality

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    No alternative colors

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    Not a budget price

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I do a lot of traveling in my life. Not just holidays, but also press trips as part of my job, and since 2016, I've also been doing house swaps around the world, from Guatemala to Australia. So I've spent a lot of time messing about with travel adapters and I have to be honest, most of the cheaper ones suck. 

They're not compatible with enough countries and regions, they only let you connect one or two devices at once, the plugs tend to stick and need a lot of fiddling to release, or worst of all, they don't stay in the socket long and keep falling on the floor. Which, when you're in an unfamiliar place late at night, jet-lagged to the extreme, it can be extremely frustrating.

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Dimensions2 x 2.1 x 3 inches
Weight6.09 ounces
USB inputs 2 x USB-A (5V 2.4A/12W max), 3 x USB-C (USB-C1: 20V 3.5A/70W Max; USB-C2/C3: 5V 3A/15W max)
Max total output70W
Fuse10A (with spare fuse)
Ugreen Nexode 65W 3-Port Travel Charger

The Ugreen Nexode 65W 3-Port Travel Charger is another great choice for global nomads. Offering 65W of total power, it offers fewer ports than the Ceptics adapter, but if two USB-Cs and one USB-As is enough for you, we love its cool-looking design and easy functionality.

Anker 3-in-1 cube

If your devices are all Apple-made and prefer wireless charging to wired, you may prefer taking the Anker 3-in-1 cube on tour with you. The Cube can be powered by any PD USB-C connection, plus there's a charger with international adapters in the box. It's also nice and compact, so great for taking on your travels.

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Tom May

Tom May is a freelance writer and editor specializing in art, photography, design and travel. He has been editor of Professional Photography magazine, associate editor at Creative Bloq, and deputy editor at net magazine. He has also worked for a wide range of mainstream titles including The Sun, Radio Times, NME, T3, Heat, Company and Bella.