A compact travel adapter that gets the job done
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TripSavvy / Erika Owen
No USB ports
Slides occasionally stick
The Bonazza All-in-One Adapter and Converter gets the job done, especially in places were voltage conversion is required, but don’t expect any fancy features or extras.
We purchased the Bonazza All-in-One Adapter and Converter so our reviewer could thoroughly test and assess it. Keep reading for our full product review.
The Bonazza All-in-One Adapter and Converter will do a good job of charging your devices, but it won’t do much more than that. As opposed to other travel adapters that will charge multiple devices at once, the Bonazza model only has one plug for charging, which could be a dealbreaker for those who travel with many devices. Ahead, we break down the things we love about this charger and where it falls short.
The Bonazza adapter is light and compact, but the cube design may leave you wishing there were more charging outlets included. Other adapters on the market, like the EPICKA Universal Travel Adapter, are a similar size and include USB ports. It seems that a little more could have been done, design-wise, to increase the functionality of this travel adapter.
The included travel pouch fits snugly around the adapter, which is quite nice, but removes the option of storing any similar accessories in the same place. We found ourselves looking for a larger pouch to keep the adapter and other chargers together in one place.
We took this travel adapter to the Arctic (Swedish Lapland, specifically) so we definitely didn't want to pack a lot. Thankfully, the lightweight design and compact size of the Bonazza adapter is by far the best thing about it. We barely noticed the extra weight as we rushed through the airport—and we're usually very picky about what goes in our personal bags. Typically, we keep extraneous accessories or gadgets stored in our overhead carry-ons until we actually need them.
The Bonazza adapter is light and compact, but the cube design may leave you wishing there were more charging outlets included.
The included travel pouch makes it easy to keep the adapter clean, which is always something to think about with accessories that are being tossed in and out of travel bags.
Unlike some travel adapters, the Bonazza also converts voltages. Why is this important? It will help you avoid any inconvenient accidents while charging your belongings—for instance, European outlets usually provide 220 volts of power, while American ones operate on 110 volts. For this reason, it’s easy to overpower and even kill your accessories accidentally if you’re not using a voltage converter. Not all plug adapters convert voltage, so it’s essential to check if your destination’s outlet type requires this kind of conversion.
Unlike some travel adapters, the Bonazza also converts voltages, which will help you avoid any inconvenient accidents while charging your belongings.
Besides voltage conversion, special features are few with this adapter, making it a sufficient option for light travelers who won’t be charging many devices at once or needing a USB port.
There are no other cords or plugs involved with this travel adapter, so it’s very easy to use. Simply push the respective slider for the plug type you need and plug it into an outlet. From there, plug in your device and you’re good to go.
That’s really all there is to it—another gold star for this adapter, given that so many similar products come with unnecessarily confusing bells and whistles.
The Bonazza All-in-One Adapter and Converter retails for around $35, and while there are less expensive adapters that offer USB ports, they may not convert voltage. This is something to consider based on your final destination.
There are certainly better travel adapters with more features, such as USB ports or quicker charging, but the Bonazza All-in-One Adapter and Converter is light and compact. If you’re only packing a carry-on for a two-week trip, chances are you’ll choose a smaller option over a larger adapter that packs more power. If you do have the luxury of extra room in your suitcase, opt for the quicker charge of a larger adapter like the BESTEK.
Want to check out other options? Check out our list of the best travel adapters.
If you don’t mind the lack of USB ports and prioritize compact size over quick charging capabilities, the Bonazza All-in-One Adapter and Converter is a solid choice. If you’re only traveling with one device that needs charging, this may also be a good option for you.
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