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Plugs and voltage.

Benalmadena, Spain
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Plugs and voltage.

My chargers have spanish plugs(2 pin).Do i need an adapter?

What is the voltage in Cuba?

Calgary, Canada
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1. Re: Plugs and voltage.

It depends where you're going.

Many resorts use the 2 round pin Europlug and 220V power, many places off the resort use the North American flat 2 pins and 110V power.

Cheers,

Terry

Vilnius
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2. Re: Plugs and voltage.

And some resorts have round pin wall sockets & flat pin appliances.....

Benalmadena, Spain
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3. Re: Plugs and voltage.

I´m going to Havana.

Guess i´d better look for an adapter just in case.

Thank you.

Edited: 01 September 2013, 22:32
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4. Re: Plugs and voltage.

And make sure that your chargers can cope with lower voltage, otherwise they won't charge.

Benalmadena, Spain
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5. Re: Plugs and voltage.

Someone told me that it was ok..only that it would take longer to charge.How can i make sure my chargers will cope?

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