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Converter/Adapter for Hair Dryer - Paris Forum - TripAdvisor

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Sep 21, 2009 ... Do I need a certain kind of hair dryer? ... An "adaptor" simply adapts the plug of your appliance to French outlets but doesn't address the voltage ...

Electrical Plug/Outlet and Voltage Information for France : Adaptelec ...

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If your appliance's plug doesn't match the shape of these sockets, you will need a travel ... Electrical sockets (outlets) in France are one of the two European standard ... the shape of these sockets, you will need a travel plug adapter in order to plug in. ... More and more personal grooming items like hair dryers curling iro...

CNN.com - A guide to using laptops, hair dryers and other ...

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You'll need an adapter, or add-on plug, with openings that fit your appliance plug ... you'll need a converter to "step down" the 220 electric current to 110 so your ... of converters -- one to run heating appliances (such as hair dryers, curling irons ... "That way we can provide them with exactly what they need ...

Electricity Overseas: Converters, Adapters and Beyond ...

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Which converters and adapter plugs will you need to run your electrical ... making sure you have the right equipment needed to use any electrical appliances you're ... that can run on both 110-volt and 220-volt currents (such as hair dryers and ...

Frequently Asked Questions - Paris Vacation Rental - Holiday ...

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To facilitate your vacation planning, we have put together some of our most ... What kind of electrical adapters do I need to run my toothbrush, electric razor, hairdryer, etc. ... To get you started, you can visit France's Diplomatic Website. ... You can usually use your ATM card or credit card to withdraw money from an ATM in ...

Using Electronics in Europe: The Backpacker's Guide to Travel ...

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Oct 8, 2011 ... Basically, if you plug in a North American electrical device into an ... It is better to just buy a cheap new hairdryer in Europe. European Plug Adapter: europe adapter. North America and Europe use different plug configurations (The UK ... You will need a plug adapter to be able to plug your electronics into ...

Packing for Europe: 10 Rules of Thumb - Europe Up Close

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Use scarves and colorful shirts to jazz up your outfits. ... I do need a plug adapter though, since the outlets in Europe are quite ... if you plug your electrical appliance into a European outlet with an Adaptor without a Converter, the sparks will fly! You will need these for your computer, camera charger, hairdryer, hair curler, ...

European Voltage Essentials: 220 Volts of Power at 50 Hz Frequency.

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Nov 18, 2016 ... European Electricity is 220 volt and 50 Hz. Here is how to deal with double the voltage in France, England, Germany, Italy, Spain, ... 11.2 Plug Adapters for European Outlets: American plugs do not fit in any power outlet in Europe. ... So you want to bring your hair straightener on your trip to Europe, and then .....

Does Your Gadget Need a Plug Adapter or Transformer? | PCMag ...

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Jul 22, 2015 ... It's more efficient to transmit electricity at a higher voltage, but not ... Almost all electronics sold in the past five years can run on 100-240 ... That means wherever you go, you probably only need to use plug ... It's by far a better idea to either pick up a dual-voltage travel flat iron and hair dryer befo...

Ireland: Adapter or converter? | Europe Forum | Fodor's Travel Talk ...

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Mar 6, 2014 ... Do I need to buy a converter for Ireland or just an adapter? ... Hair dryers, irons anything that has a heating element will run hotter than normal so either buy local or avoid long use. ... If your hotel has hair dryers (most do, unless you're staying in a hostel) ... Spare electrical outlets are not common in Europ...

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Cool Stuff in Paris | Using your American electrical devices in France

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A guide to electricity in France and Europe, with information on adaptors and ... From left to right: two-prong adaptor (€3), three-prong adaptor (€12), big heavy ... which might lead you to believe you can just plug in whatever you want in France , but ... So I'm afraid you won't be able to use your American hairdryer, flat iron...

How to Choose Electricity Adapters, Converters and Transformers ...

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Mar 21, 2016 ... Traveling overseas with a hair dryer, electric shaver, laptop, camera or cell phone ? ... In most cases, you'll need only an adapter plug; in some cases, you'll ... North American devices run on 110/125V electricity while the majority of the ... The label on your device will help determine if a voltage converter ...

Electricity Guide: FAQs and Glossary - REI Expert Advice - REI.com

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Mar 25, 2015 ... Run Deals ..... Examples include hair dryers, travel irons, water heaters, shavers and toothbrushes. ... You can use a grounded plug with an ungrounded adapter plug. ... You only need a voltage converter if your electric device is rated as ... France, Belgium and some other countries have standardized an ...