• Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
  • Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
  • Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
  • Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
  • Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
  • Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
  • Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
  • Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
  • Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)
Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)

Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector Power Strip, Direct Plug in, 2 USB, $5,000 Insurance (SK120USB)

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  • ON THE GO PROTECTION! PROTECT ANY ELECTRONIC DEVICE FROM POWER SURGES & SPIKES: With three NEMA 5-15R AC outlets and two USB ports, this surge suppressor can protect your laptops, electronic notepads, personal organizers and other portable electronic devices from dangerous power surges, spikes & line noise.
  • COMPACT, 3-OUTLET SURGE PROTECTION WITH DUAL USB PROTECTION: Powerful surge suppression to three 5-15R outlets, plus two USB ports provide fast charging (2.1 amp total) to smartphones, tablets, MP3 players and other portable devices.
  • SAFETY FIRST! 540 JOULE-RATING - CONFORMS TO UL 1449 SAFETY STANDARDS: A diagnostic LED confirms protection status at a glance. Conforms to current UL 1449 3rd Edition safety standards.
  • CONVENIENT TRAVEL ACCESSORY! DIRECT PLUG-IN DESIGN WITH FOLDABLE PLUG! With its extra-small size, direct plug-in design and included carrying pouch, this wall tap surge is ideal for mobile professionals, students and anybody on the go. When it??s time to move, the plug folds safely into its body to prevent its prongs from scratching your equipment.
  • LIFETIME WARRANTY, $5,000 INSURANCE: Lifetime Limited Warranty and $5,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance covers any connected equipment damaged by a power surge

Customer Reviews

DOES NOT LEAVE OTHER GROUNDED PLUG AVAILABLEI bought this plug specifically because another reviewer said I would be able to use both plugs in the outlet. That is not the case if you want to use two grounded plugs. After I plug in this surge protector, only a two-prong plug will fit on the other side. My house was built in 1997 and I assume it has standard outlets. I can make do and don't intend to return the surge protector, but wanted other folks to know that you cannot plug in two grounded plugs when you use this device.3Excellent build quality. Compact and rugged.The beauty of this surge protector is its compactness. I can easily toss it into my laptop bag or overnight bag without it bulking things up, and the cable wrap keeps everything neat. I especially like that it plugs into the third AC jack in back during storage. The power cord is of decent gauge and appears to be solidly built. Time will tell, but this looks and feels great.Be aware that the total power output of the USB ports is a combined 1A. If you have two devices plugged in, each will only get 500mA. 500mA is plenty of power to charge an old-fashioned flip phone, or possibly perform a slow charge (6-10 hours until fully charged) on some low-power smartphones. However, it is NOT enough to charge a typical modern smartphone, let alone give you a quick top-off at the airport.This isn't a problem for us, as we have an Anker 5-Port USB Charger that we take when traveling. This plugs into one of the AC power outlets and gives plenty of juice to charge our two high-end smartphones, our two tablets, and a spare battery. Since we're only plugging in one charger instead of five, this leaves the other two outlets free for our two laptop chargers.That makes this surge protector the perfect size for us: exactly enough outlets, while being compact enough (and rugged enough) to survive frequent travel.4Nice space saving design, could use better placement of LED protection indicatorI am using this surge protector in an outlet behind a mounted TV. It takes up both the top and bottom outlets as it gets plugged into the top outlet and hangs down to cover the bottom outlet. Installation was easy. It just plugs right in. No need to remove the outlet cover screw. It feels securely attached. The surge protector can handle 3 plugs and a has an in/out for the cable wire. It has a nice slim design and fits nicely behind the TV. I like that the plugs go into the side of the surge protector promoting a space saving design. My only complaint is the LED that lets you know the surge protector is protecting your equipment is on the front and is impossible to see from any angle except straight on. This makes the protection status difficult to check if the surge protector is behind anything. Once installed behind my TV, I used a spoon to check for the reflection of the LED.4TRAVELER3USB: great surge protector, good USB charger, good price, very portableTripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector with 2 USB Charging Ports (2.1A total), 18 in. CordI bought this so my college student could protect their computer as they moved around campus, and charge their USB devices also. In use a couple months. I've used Tripplite surge protectors for years, and recently researched the latest UL 1449 edition 3 changes (ok, that edition came out in 2008; sorry for the delay). My general surge protector buying advice:1. Look carefully for a low number for Voltage Protection Rating (VPR, which is new terminology in the edition 3 spec). This is often called the let-thru or clamping voltage. Lower is better; less voltage from the surge reaching your equipment. 400 Volts VPR is the best i've seen. TRAVELER3USB has it. I don't know how critical it is to protect all three wires (Line to Neutral, Line to Ground, Neutral to Ground) but i'd rather have them all protected. TRAVELER3USB protects them all at 400 V.2. Get high enough Joules rating. Some surge protectors are only 200-780 Joules. I'd buy 500-1000 Joules if the price was low. I'm satisfied with 1050 Joules in the TRAVELER3USB.3. Don't buy something unless you check 1 and 2 above. No specs? Don't buy. Junk likes to hide specs. Sometimes you may have to check the manufacturer's site to find all the specs. Tip: it's a good sign, though not a quality guarantee, if the online description and/or back of the product (sometimes visible in online pictures) says Type 3 SPD (Surge Protective Device), Voltage Protection Rating X (L-N, L-G, N-G). Type 3, SPD and VPR are terminology new to edition 3 of UL 1449. 2nd edition and earlier were called Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors and they had a less rigorous test. You have to trust the manufacturer that they have a legitimate, not counterfeit, UL 1449 rating.4. Indicator light that protection is still working (the MOV's aren't burned out).The Tripplite TRAVELER3USB is good on all of the above. It also has protected equipment insurance and a limited lifetime warranty. If the "Protected" light ever goes out on the Tripplite, I plan to call for a warranty replacement (not 100% sure they'll replace it, but I thought I saw an Amazon review somewhere that said they did).If you are an Amazon Prime member, and don't need portability but would like more outlets, consider the APC P8U2, 8-Outlet Surge Protector 2630 Joules with USB Charger Ports. It has a better/higher Joule rating, but the VPR is not as good: L-N rating of 400V, L-G and N-G 500V.5Tripp Lite 1 Outlet TRAVELCUBEI ordered three. All of the lights work. I wanted to be able to plug something else in above it, and I can. I even tried plugging 3 different 3-pronged, grounded plugs (A laptop, and two different microwaves) above it; it was a tight squeeze. I have to really push, to plug things into the Cube, and really pull to unplug things from it. I should have payed more attention to something. 4 of the outlets in my 1970's apartment have heat units directly below them. The Surge Protector extends below the faceplate about 3/4 inch when plugged into the bottom one. Those heat units prevent me from plugging the Surge Protector into the bottom one. I may not be able to use 1-2 of them for the original, intended purpose. I had considered buying one for my son in college anyways.4Not as advertised -- here's a picture of what I received (ordered 1 outlet version)Be sure to buy the Tripp Lite Travelcube that is sold and fulfilled by Amazon, NOT the product with the same description sold by Plan Bravo. They sent us an old version of the product, with the UPC's covered over with an address label. There was still the sticky remains of a price label that had been on the product. The old package stated "manufacturing excellence for over 85 years" while the current product says "for over 90 years". So it is at least 5 years old. Also, the package said it has a 540 joule rating, not the 1080 of the the online description and of the current model sold by Amazon. I returned these old models and ordered the Amazon version, which was back in stock.1Not for bonded DSLA nearby lightning strike fried my DSL modem and the Ethernet port of a computer plugged into it. I tried putting this between the wall jack and modem but Speedtest showed I only got half the throughput as before, and the modem itself showed only 1 of the 2 upstream connections working. The real giveaway that this is not intended for bonded DSL is the 6' phone cord it comes with, only 2 of the conductors are present instead of the 4 in the cable that came with the modem.I will keep it to add a little protection to some stuff in the garage, just not the DSL modem I originally bought it for.3LOVE THIS LITTLE GUY!!!We have CONSTANT power bumps where I'm living in my Camp Trailer on the weekends and I was continually resetting everything I had plugged into one outlet in particular, i.e. coffee maker and cell phone chargers. NOW, if it's just a super fast bump my Surge Protector doesn't cut the power and I'm not worried about my EXPENSIVE Coffee maker getting FRIED!! Plus, this looks cool with the green light on top too!! YEAH, I'm a little nerdy about stuff like that!! It's so nice to have this in my camp trailer so I don't have to unplug anything to charge my cell phone in directly to this outlet - GREAT IDEA!!!5Surge went right through and blew out my furnace transformerTwo years ago we had a power surge in our home that blew out several appliances, so I purchased some surge protectors, including this one for our Bryant furnace. This week we had another surge and the surge went right through this device and blew out the transformer on my furnace. The device smells burned plastic but both lights are still on, which indicates it still works when clearly it shouldn t. This tells me the two indicator lights aren t in anyway related to if the device actually works.1A must have charger for road warriors!The Good:-Portable design-Can plug 3 devices and 2 USB outlets-Foldable plug-Easy to use-Has surge protection-Comes with caseThe Bad:-NoneThe Bottom Line:I travel a lot and this is my go to multi charger. I can charge my laptop, iPhone, iPad, hotspot and Jabra speakerphone. It has 3 AC plug ins and then 2 USB ports. The design is very portable with a fold in prong. It comes with a case for easy travel. Overall I would highly recommend if you re a road warrior.*If you found my review helpful, please let Amazon know by clicking the helpful button below!5
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Description
  • ON THE GO PROTECTION! PROTECT ANY ELECTRONIC DEVICE FROM POWER SURGES & SPIKES: With three NEMA 5-15R AC outlets and two USB ports, this surge suppressor can protect your laptops, electronic notepads, personal organizers and other portable electronic devices from dangerous power surges, spikes & line noise.
  • COMPACT, 3-OUTLET SURGE PROTECTION WITH DUAL USB PROTECTION: Powerful surge suppression to three 5-15R outlets, plus two USB ports provide fast charging (2.1 amp total) to smartphones, tablets, MP3 players and other portable devices.
  • SAFETY FIRST! 540 JOULE-RATING - CONFORMS TO UL 1449 SAFETY STANDARDS: A diagnostic LED confirms protection status at a glance. Conforms to current UL 1449 3rd Edition safety standards.
  • CONVENIENT TRAVEL ACCESSORY! DIRECT PLUG-IN DESIGN WITH FOLDABLE PLUG! With its extra-small size, direct plug-in design and included carrying pouch, this wall tap surge is ideal for mobile professionals, students and anybody on the go. When it??s time to move, the plug folds safely into its body to prevent its prongs from scratching your equipment.
  • LIFETIME WARRANTY, $5,000 INSURANCE: Lifetime Limited Warranty and $5,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance covers any connected equipment damaged by a power surge
Reviews

Customer Reviews

DOES NOT LEAVE OTHER GROUNDED PLUG AVAILABLEI bought this plug specifically because another reviewer said I would be able to use both plugs in the outlet. That is not the case if you want to use two grounded plugs. After I plug in this surge protector, only a two-prong plug will fit on the other side. My house was built in 1997 and I assume it has standard outlets. I can make do and don't intend to return the surge protector, but wanted other folks to know that you cannot plug in two grounded plugs when you use this device.3Excellent build quality. Compact and rugged.The beauty of this surge protector is its compactness. I can easily toss it into my laptop bag or overnight bag without it bulking things up, and the cable wrap keeps everything neat. I especially like that it plugs into the third AC jack in back during storage. The power cord is of decent gauge and appears to be solidly built. Time will tell, but this looks and feels great.Be aware that the total power output of the USB ports is a combined 1A. If you have two devices plugged in, each will only get 500mA. 500mA is plenty of power to charge an old-fashioned flip phone, or possibly perform a slow charge (6-10 hours until fully charged) on some low-power smartphones. However, it is NOT enough to charge a typical modern smartphone, let alone give you a quick top-off at the airport.This isn't a problem for us, as we have an Anker 5-Port USB Charger that we take when traveling. This plugs into one of the AC power outlets and gives plenty of juice to charge our two high-end smartphones, our two tablets, and a spare battery. Since we're only plugging in one charger instead of five, this leaves the other two outlets free for our two laptop chargers.That makes this surge protector the perfect size for us: exactly enough outlets, while being compact enough (and rugged enough) to survive frequent travel.4Nice space saving design, could use better placement of LED protection indicatorI am using this surge protector in an outlet behind a mounted TV. It takes up both the top and bottom outlets as it gets plugged into the top outlet and hangs down to cover the bottom outlet. Installation was easy. It just plugs right in. No need to remove the outlet cover screw. It feels securely attached. The surge protector can handle 3 plugs and a has an in/out for the cable wire. It has a nice slim design and fits nicely behind the TV. I like that the plugs go into the side of the surge protector promoting a space saving design. My only complaint is the LED that lets you know the surge protector is protecting your equipment is on the front and is impossible to see from any angle except straight on. This makes the protection status difficult to check if the surge protector is behind anything. Once installed behind my TV, I used a spoon to check for the reflection of the LED.4TRAVELER3USB: great surge protector, good USB charger, good price, very portableTripp Lite 3 Outlet Portable Surge Protector with 2 USB Charging Ports (2.1A total), 18 in. CordI bought this so my college student could protect their computer as they moved around campus, and charge their USB devices also. In use a couple months. I've used Tripplite surge protectors for years, and recently researched the latest UL 1449 edition 3 changes (ok, that edition came out in 2008; sorry for the delay). My general surge protector buying advice:1. Look carefully for a low number for Voltage Protection Rating (VPR, which is new terminology in the edition 3 spec). This is often called the let-thru or clamping voltage. Lower is better; less voltage from the surge reaching your equipment. 400 Volts VPR is the best i've seen. TRAVELER3USB has it. I don't know how critical it is to protect all three wires (Line to Neutral, Line to Ground, Neutral to Ground) but i'd rather have them all protected. TRAVELER3USB protects them all at 400 V.2. Get high enough Joules rating. Some surge protectors are only 200-780 Joules. I'd buy 500-1000 Joules if the price was low. I'm satisfied with 1050 Joules in the TRAVELER3USB.3. Don't buy something unless you check 1 and 2 above. No specs? Don't buy. Junk likes to hide specs. Sometimes you may have to check the manufacturer's site to find all the specs. Tip: it's a good sign, though not a quality guarantee, if the online description and/or back of the product (sometimes visible in online pictures) says Type 3 SPD (Surge Protective Device), Voltage Protection Rating X (L-N, L-G, N-G). Type 3, SPD and VPR are terminology new to edition 3 of UL 1449. 2nd edition and earlier were called Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors and they had a less rigorous test. You have to trust the manufacturer that they have a legitimate, not counterfeit, UL 1449 rating.4. Indicator light that protection is still working (the MOV's aren't burned out).The Tripplite TRAVELER3USB is good on all of the above. It also has protected equipment insurance and a limited lifetime warranty. If the "Protected" light ever goes out on the Tripplite, I plan to call for a warranty replacement (not 100% sure they'll replace it, but I thought I saw an Amazon review somewhere that said they did).If you are an Amazon Prime member, and don't need portability but would like more outlets, consider the APC P8U2, 8-Outlet Surge Protector 2630 Joules with USB Charger Ports. It has a better/higher Joule rating, but the VPR is not as good: L-N rating of 400V, L-G and N-G 500V.5Tripp Lite 1 Outlet TRAVELCUBEI ordered three. All of the lights work. I wanted to be able to plug something else in above it, and I can. I even tried plugging 3 different 3-pronged, grounded plugs (A laptop, and two different microwaves) above it; it was a tight squeeze. I have to really push, to plug things into the Cube, and really pull to unplug things from it. I should have payed more attention to something. 4 of the outlets in my 1970's apartment have heat units directly below them. The Surge Protector extends below the faceplate about 3/4 inch when plugged into the bottom one. Those heat units prevent me from plugging the Surge Protector into the bottom one. I may not be able to use 1-2 of them for the original, intended purpose. I had considered buying one for my son in college anyways.4Not as advertised -- here's a picture of what I received (ordered 1 outlet version)Be sure to buy the Tripp Lite Travelcube that is sold and fulfilled by Amazon, NOT the product with the same description sold by Plan Bravo. They sent us an old version of the product, with the UPC's covered over with an address label. There was still the sticky remains of a price label that had been on the product. The old package stated "manufacturing excellence for over 85 years" while the current product says "for over 90 years". So it is at least 5 years old. Also, the package said it has a 540 joule rating, not the 1080 of the the online description and of the current model sold by Amazon. I returned these old models and ordered the Amazon version, which was back in stock.1Not for bonded DSLA nearby lightning strike fried my DSL modem and the Ethernet port of a computer plugged into it. I tried putting this between the wall jack and modem but Speedtest showed I only got half the throughput as before, and the modem itself showed only 1 of the 2 upstream connections working. The real giveaway that this is not intended for bonded DSL is the 6' phone cord it comes with, only 2 of the conductors are present instead of the 4 in the cable that came with the modem.I will keep it to add a little protection to some stuff in the garage, just not the DSL modem I originally bought it for.3LOVE THIS LITTLE GUY!!!We have CONSTANT power bumps where I'm living in my Camp Trailer on the weekends and I was continually resetting everything I had plugged into one outlet in particular, i.e. coffee maker and cell phone chargers. NOW, if it's just a super fast bump my Surge Protector doesn't cut the power and I'm not worried about my EXPENSIVE Coffee maker getting FRIED!! Plus, this looks cool with the green light on top too!! YEAH, I'm a little nerdy about stuff like that!! It's so nice to have this in my camp trailer so I don't have to unplug anything to charge my cell phone in directly to this outlet - GREAT IDEA!!!5Surge went right through and blew out my furnace transformerTwo years ago we had a power surge in our home that blew out several appliances, so I purchased some surge protectors, including this one for our Bryant furnace. This week we had another surge and the surge went right through this device and blew out the transformer on my furnace. The device smells burned plastic but both lights are still on, which indicates it still works when clearly it shouldn t. This tells me the two indicator lights aren t in anyway related to if the device actually works.1A must have charger for road warriors!The Good:-Portable design-Can plug 3 devices and 2 USB outlets-Foldable plug-Easy to use-Has surge protection-Comes with caseThe Bad:-NoneThe Bottom Line:I travel a lot and this is my go to multi charger. I can charge my laptop, iPhone, iPad, hotspot and Jabra speakerphone. It has 3 AC plug ins and then 2 USB ports. The design is very portable with a fold in prong. It comes with a case for easy travel. Overall I would highly recommend if you re a road warrior.*If you found my review helpful, please let Amazon know by clicking the helpful button below!5
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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