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Can I use my U.S. power strip in Croatia?

I am in the U.S. and planning to travel to Croatia and Mostar (Bosnia & Herzegovina) in June. I carry digital cameras and such things that will need to be charged every night, and use a laptop at the same time. I know my chargers and laptop can handle U.S. 110v to 240v in Croatia.

I am wondering if I can use my U.S. power strip that would have 6 American grounded outlets if I use an appropriate adapter. OR... should I need to purchase a special 220-240v power strip such as this one from Amazon?


Which type of adapter should I carry - maybe both??

# Adapter for "Type C" European CEE 7/16 Europlug

# Adapter for "Type E/F" European CEE 7/4 or CEE 7/5 Schuko

as explained on this web page http://bit.ly/b6SJ2j

Parma, Italy
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1. Re: Can I use my U.S. power strip in Croatia?

In Croatia you can use the european power streep... I think thet one of those is ok. You don't need both...

Split, Croatia
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2. Re: Can I use my U.S. power strip in Croatia?

I have used a US power strip using a standard US/EURO adaptor and it works perfectly fine.

3. Re: Can I use my U.S. power strip in Croatia?

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