5 Best Travel Adapters for Niue
5 Best Travel Adapters for Niue

5 Best Travel Adapters for Niue

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Power Adapters for Niue

Whenever travelling to any new country, one of the travelling essentials is making sure you can use your electrical devices. Do you have the right travel adapter for Niue?

Niue’s power outlets are Type 1, which is good news for people travelling from New Zealand, Australia and China who all have the same type of power outlet. The electrical current in Niue is 240v AC 50Hz, so if you are coming from a country such as in the Americas, your electrical devices will either have a 110v/240v switch on the item or you will need to make sure your travel adapter also converts voltage. We make sure to highlight the travel adapters that do and don’t in this list of the best travel adapters for Niue.

For more electricity talk, see A Quick Guide to the Electricity in Niue. You might also be interested in the 30 Tips for Travelling in Niue.

1. The Cheap and Easy Travel Adapter with Surge Protection

If you don’t want to be fussed with over-the-top travel adapters, then this Niue travel adapter is a cheap yet reliable option. The dual ports on the adapter allow for the US and European connectors, as well as a few other countries, so check the link to see if your home country is included. We like that the adaptor protects your devices should there be an electrical surge, plus, it’s bright purple so it’s unlikely that you’ll leave it behind! Note that this adaptor is not a voltage converter.

Check this Niue Travel Adapter out!

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2. Adapter + Converter Multi-Plug

Speaking of voltage converters, if you’re coming from the Americas then this universal multi-plug adapter and converter will be a trusty travel companion for many trips to come. Use this multi-plug to convert electrical devices that usually use 110v 60Hz to Niue’s 240v 50Hz, which protects your devices from burning out and causing electrical fires. The multi-plug has four different output sockets so you can use it all around the world.

Check the BESTEK Travel Adapter out!

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3. OREI USB-to-Niue Adapter

Not only does this cheerfully colourful travel adaptor for Niue have a US input for our American friends, but it has two USB inputs! These compact travel adapters with three inputs mean that you can make the most of the usually limited power outlets available in motels and guest houses in Niue. We also like that they have a grounded connection and surge protection. Note that this one also doesn’t convert voltage.

Check the OREI USB-to-Niue Travel Adapter out!

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4. The Only Travel Adapter You’ll Ever Need

So that you never have to look at articles like this ever again, choose this universal travel adapter for over 150 countries! It has two USB ports and an MFC socket (i.e. so you can insert any type of plug), giving you multiple options for the devices that you actually need to charge – and you can do it simultaneously. What’s more, it’s available in different colours, you can make your travel adapter choice personalised. Note that this travel adapter doesn’t convert voltage.

Check this Universal Travel Adapter out!

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5. The World’s Smallest Universal Travel Adapter

Take “travel size” to a whole new level with this Kikkerland UL03-A Universal Travel Adapter. The tiny travel adapter that can fold in a crazy amount of positions is compatible with more than 150 countries including Niue! The travel adapter folds flatter than any other universal adapter on the market, meaning that it won’t take the entire power socket. What’s more, it’s extremely affordable, so you can always justify getting a few of them. Note that the travel adapter doesn’t convert voltage. See more essentials to pack for Niue in The Complete Packing List for Niue.

Check the Kikkerland UL03-A Universal Travel Adapter out!

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Robin C.

This article was reviewed and published by Robin, the co-founder of Niue Pocket Guide. He has lived, worked and travelled across 16 different countries before settling in the South Pacific, so he knows a thing or two about planning the perfect trip in this corner of the world. He is also consulting regularly with Niue Tourism to ensure content accuracy. Robin is also the co-founder of several other South Pacific travel guides and is a regular host of webinars with the South Pacific Tourism Organisation.

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