I never thought that at my age I would have so many electronic gadgets, but the convenience of having these devices is just part of modern daily life — especially for full-time RVers. I certainly could not live without my phone, tablet, ear buds, computer and flashlights (not to mention all the ancillary charging accessories for my electric-assist bicycles).
Heck, I easily have more than a dozen devices that must be charged on a daily basis — and finding enough 120-volt AC power receptacles can be challenging. RVs typically are fitted with multiple duplex-only outlets (and some are mounted in less-than-ideal locations), making it necessary to scatter chargers all over the place.
Installation is completely plug-and-play as the adapter is designed to fit into any standard duplex outlet and can be moved at will. The compact design makes it possible to plug the adapter into outlets mounted in close quarters, commonly found in RVs. Plus, the adapter is available either in white or black to complement most interiors, and similar models also feature a sensor with a night light option.
Rarely do all my devices require charging at the same time, but with this power adapter I no longer need to dig out the individual charging modules, which take up a lot of room and require more 120-volt AC outlets than I have available in a single location. While one of these power adapters could suffice, I found it convenient to install another one near the nightstand in the bedroom to plug in the electric blanket, alarm clock and phone, which gives me access if an emergency call was necessary. You can also easily plug in a CPAP breathing machine without routing an extension cord if the standard outlets are busy.