Flight 001 4-in-1 Travel Adapter Review

The Good: 1 Adapter. 150 Countries. Wait, it gets better…

The Review: Well. Leave it to Flight 001 to take a combo of the 4 most popular travel adapters (Europe, UK, Asia & Austraila) & package them up so compactly, organize them so well & present them so perfectly, that they scream “take me with you!”. Not going anywhere? Well this Flight 001 adapter set is so well done that you better just pick it up as a “trip gift” for someone you know who is…dammit. Seriously. Rather than have a collection of loose adapters floating around in your suitcase or briefcase, the four adapters slip together and are color coded by country. The largest of the 4 is the Red, which is a typical UK adapter, but also allows you to plug into 50+ different country outlets (including Hong Kong, United Arab Emirates, Ireland etc.). The smallest of the pieces is the Green, which is a standard Europe adapter but which is also what you’d use to plug into outlets in Russia, Brazil, India and another 140+ different countries. That leaves the Blue & Yellow adapter which work together & allow you to plug into outlets that are non-polarized in North & South America and a few other places in the world, including Cuba, Thailand, Costa Rica and further 50 countries. With a simple twist of the prongs, the Yellow adapter is now set to allow for plugging into Australia, Argentina, New Zealand and another dozen or so countries. All in all, this adapter set would have you covered for most anywhere you’d be traveling and does make for an incredibly attractive and cool gift for anyone you know who may be traveling themselves. I’m sure this would be explained in detail if you were buying this set from a luggage or travel store, but adapters like this do not convert the voltage of the country, only allow you to plug into that countries specific outlet. Most electronics that people travel with (phones, tablets, computers) are dual voltage, but I would always recommend checking the required “input” voltage of whatever electrics/electronics you may be traveling with. In some cases a voltage converter or transformer may be necessary.