These days travelers often carry multiple electronic devices with them at all times. When you are out and about with a dying phone battery, an mp3 player on its last song, and a laptop that's almost out of juice, the Share-A-Watt travel-sized power strip helps you make the most out of scarce public power sources. Have only a few minutes between connecting flights, need to charge up as many devices as possible while refueling at a café, or finding that other travelers have already staked out the few available outlets? The Share-A-Watt lets you power up quickly, and more than one person can piggyback.
Features a flexible cable with a low-profile plug, two grounded outlets and two USB ports, and a built-in surge protector with LED indicator. Includes two cables: 12" micro USB and 12" mini USB.
7 3/4"L x 2 1/4"W x 1 1/8"D. For use only with 120V power sources, which is the standard voltage in North American outlets.
Although technology has come an incredibly long way, it has its limitations. Let's face it: when your camera battery dies, it dies, and there is nothing you can do to revive it until you can recharge it again. You could bring a spare battery (which is always a good idea) but you have to make sure it is charged, too.The best solution? Why not get a device which charges several electronics at once? We recently found a great, multi-plug charging device which will quickly become a "must have" for travel. It's called Share A Watt.Share A Watt is a portable surge protector with built-in three-pronged and USB plugs. It is ideal for travelers. It is light weight (7 oz.) and compact. The best part about it is that it will truly save you time and it is reasonably priced ([$]).Find this great travel surge protector and more at www.nationalgeographic.comRating: 5 Stars! Best!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend