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Electric outlets at NOW / Sapphire

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Electric outlets at NOW / Sapphire

We will be heading to the Sapphire early December and I have a couple of questions concerning the need to use a breathing machine.

1. Are the room outlets standard 3 prong 120 volt, or will I need a converter??

Note: I do not have a 3 prong converter.

2. Are there reachable outlets nead the Bed for CPAP plugin, or will I need an extension cord??

3. If I need an extension cord, does the resort provide it??

I have sent an email like this to the resort, but I want to make sure my bases are all covered.

Thank you in advance


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1. Re: Electric outlets at NOW / Sapphire

All Mexico uses the same electricity and plugs as the US.

I've never seen a hotel room that *didn't* have an outlet near the bed. Unplug the clock.

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2. Re: Electric outlets at NOW / Sapphire

pack an extension cord if you are concerned - they take up no space and weigh nothing. Ive been in hotels where you cant get behind the furniture to reach the outlet.

Sometimes outlets will be the old fashioned 2 prong type, so I always have a 2 prong to 3 prong adapter in my accessories bag (with the travel alarm, travel clothes line, tylenol, multi-tool if checking a bag, etc). Although, Im pretty sure all my electronics are 2 prong now, with 1 wider prong. You can get the 2 to 3 prong adapters by the register at Home Depot for $.99

but, it's all US style outlets...


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