Passport Pro Global Travel Adapter [Review]

Travel Product & Service Reviews

If you’ve ever visited another country you no doubt know that powering your devices can be a challenge. Unfortunately, there is no universally adopted power configuration, meaning that you’ll definitely need to invest in a power adapter at some point.

With so many options available, how do you make sure you’re choosing the right one? Today, we are reviewing the Passport Pro, a new travel adapter by Zendure.

Passport Pro adapter
Passport Pro adapter

Whenever I travel I’m always faced with the problem of figuring out what power is being used in the country or countries I’m visiting. I tend to take quite a few devices these days that require regular charging including a laptop, phone, camera, drone, power bank, GoPro, and electric shaver.

I have a few different travel adapters that I use, mostly cheap ones that are very limited and take up a lot of space yet power only a single device at a time. The Passport Pro’s multiple USB ports allow me to charge nearly all my devices at the same time which is great.

Some of the main issues I’ve found with these types of devices are that the pins can be loose in the socket and the weight of the adapter can often pull out from the wall. The Passport Pro has a slim design that definitely goes a long way toward solving this problem.

Technical Specifications


68mm x 49mm x 66mm



AC Input/Output:

100-250V/AC 50/60Hz 10A Max (1000W/100V or 2500V/250V)

USB Ports:

3 standard ports and 1 USB-C port


Black, White


$35 USD


Plug types
Different pin configurations
Passport Pro
  • Compact and lightweight universal power adapter with US, UK, EU, and AU plugs
  • 3 poles for grounded safety
  • Resettable fuse for power surges
  • Passport Pro can accept type A, B, C, E, F, G, I, J, N, and O pin configurations which makes it useable in over 200 countries (see image below)
  • A separate detachable Europe adapter which is great for those deeper plug types
  • Charge 5 devices simultaneously (4 USB + 1 AC outlet)
  • Up to 70% faster charging than other power adapters
  • Convenient positioning of the ports below the plug to avoid lateral weight distribution
  • 3 slider buttons make it easy to switch between the different plug types
  • The baby-proof safety shield makes it difficult for kids to stick something in the socket and potentially get shocked

What Could be Improved?

My first gripe is something that unfortunately cannot be avoided due to the nature of the device but I really wish there was some way to make these power adapters even smaller (or for the world to adopt a central pin configuration). This is one of the sleeker adapters I’ve found, yet it is still like carrying a small block in your pack which is never fun.

While the Passport Pro can be used in over 200 countries, I found it to be lacking a couple of important pin configurations. The ungrounded 2 pin plug is still somewhat common in older hotels and homes in the United States and also Australia though this is a safety issue. Zendure has chosen a safety-first stance which I appreciate.

Final Say

 With a wonderful form factor, this is perfect for powering multiple devices during your travels. Just be prepared to pay a little more due to the fast charging and safety this device provides. 

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Michael Glass

Michael is the founder of Backpacker Travel. He also runs walking tours in San Francisco and is a freelance travel writer. Michael is extremely passionate about travel and loves to explore festivals around the world.

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