It's actually a portable version of Quirky's popular Pivot Power Strip but its smaller form factor, which only doubles the capacity of a given outlet (plus a couple of USB ports), is easier to stash in a carry-on bag. Take it from a bunch of folks who regularly travel with a lot of gear to charge, this is $US25 you probably won't regret spending on a travel accessory.
Portable Pivoting Power Adapter Maximises Your Hotel's Outlets
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