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Plug adaptor to use US plug in the UK

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Yorkiegirl Sun 24-Jul-05 08:45:18

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Roobie Sun 24-Jul-05 09:08:30

I picked mine up in our local bag shop - it was on that rotating rack you often see in bag shops etc with all the travel gadgets and accessories.

SoupDragon Sun 24-Jul-05 09:10:24

Dh got his from Ebay. We also bought one from Boots but this wouldn't fit his iPod charger. Does your DHs have just a standard US round plug on the end? Might still have the Boots one somewhere.

SofiaAmes Sun 24-Jul-05 14:31:09

Is it dual voltage? If so you just need an adapter. They sell them at ASDA.
If you need a transformer, then I think ASDA does them too for about £10.

Yorkiegirl Mon 25-Jul-05 18:22:48

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SofiaAmes Mon 25-Jul-05 18:50:02

If you look on the cube thing that plugs in, it should say whether INPUT is 100-240V or just 110V. If it's the former (most likely), you don't need a tranformer, just a cheap thing that converts the american prongs to english prongs.

Skribble Tue 26-Jul-05 23:25:46

Matalan on the Travel Blue rack "British Adaptor" should be near the suitcases and hoilday stuff. Takes the round pins and the prongs.

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