There are many universal power adapters, but myPowerMate claims to be compatible with every power socket in the world.
Does the world really need another world travel charger? Andro Grünberger from Bavaria says yes. He loves to travel and found himself having to use pliers to make his power adapter work in remote places of the planet. There are over a dozen different power sockets in use around the world. Some countries have more than one type of power socket.
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So your universal power adapter may say that it works for a certain country, but you could end up in a bug invested hotel room with one of the sockets in use in that country your power adapter does not work with. Then you run out of power and can't share your misery on Facebook video - a total nightmare.
The cute design of the myPowerMate should not distract from the claim that this world travel charger is compatible with 100% of all official power sockets. This is made possible by the flexible and interchangeable pins. This way travelers can adjust the distance between the pins to make this power adapter fit into every socket there is.
Additionally myPowerMate also features USB connection, integrated flash memory, a smart loading unit, an automatically resetting fuse and a child lock.
The 28-year-old entrepreneur worked for more than six months on the conception and realization of myPowerMate. Travelers can now order the myPowerMate starting at 33 Euro through the myPowerMate Kickstarter campaign. Delivery is planned by end of the year with a required funding goal of about 73,000 Euro. Watch the entertaining Kickstarter video for myPowerMate below.