However, I got mine from Singtel Online Shop where the retail price is S$45. But I have a S$15 voucher as I bought my iPhone 15 Pro Max from them. So, I ended up paying S$30.
The Ugreen USB-A to USB-C Adapter retails on Lazada for S$7.49. It is a USB-A 3.0 male to USB-C 3.1 female adapter that supports QC3 charging (3A) and a maximum transfer rate of 5Gbps.
I bought it to convert a USB-C to USB-C cable to a USB-A to USB-C Cable.
I only didn’t get the Passport II Pro as it was launched during the COVID-19 period and I am unsure when I will travel again.
Bought the Ugreen USB-C to USB-A Adapter from Lazada during their 8/8 sale for S$3.99 with free shipping to Singapore. Their usual retail price is S$5.39.
This is a USB 3.1 Gen 1 On-The-Go (OTG) USB-C to USB-A adapter, and hence it supports any phones, tablets, and laptops with a USB-C port.
Similar to its predecessors, Passport Go started from Kickstarter where it raised a total of US$271,092 from 5,323 backers out of their initial goal of US$30,000.
After a successful run with the Passport, Zendure is back again with an upgraded version of Passport, called, Passport Pro.
Passport Pro is the world’s first resettable grounded travel adapter with USB-C Power Delivery (PD) charging.
The Flip World Add-On retails for US$9.99 (S$14) and it consist of a US/AU Plug add-on and an EU Plug add-on.
It does ship directly to Singapore for US$4.49 (S$6).
The project which started on Kickstarter on 26th June 2017 has raised a total of US$217,053 out of their initial goal of US$30,000 from 4,887 backers.