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Travel Adapter for Bali

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HI, I am trying to find a travel adapter for Bali, seen some on Amazon £4.99 for 2 but £3.99 for delivery or click and collect which I think is a bit OTT. https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/i… Read More
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1w, 5d agoPosted 1 week, 5 days ago
HI, I am trying to find a travel adapter for Bali, seen some on Amazon £4.99 for 2 but £3.99 for delivery or click and collect which I think is a bit OTT.

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/718ULrjJUIL._SX522_.jpg
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Rose5 Avatar
1w, 5d agoPosted 1 week, 5 days ago
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#1
That image doesn't show a typical Bali plug they use the round pin type as in most of Western Europe
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gazdoubleu
That image doesn't show a typical Bali plug they use the round pin type as in most of Western Europe


correct Bali / Indonesia use the Continental European CEE 7 sockets

basic Poundland EU adaptors will be fine

EliTom
#4
Thanks everyone for clarifying.
#5


Has anyone tried these? (thanks gazdoubleu)
#6
Thanks Mutley
#7
Rose5
Has anyone tried these? (thanks gazdoubleu)

they are a one stop solution but are quite bulky and can have connection problems due to the many moving parts - these are cheap knock off copies on the more expensive business grade adaptors.

Best bet for the casual traveller is the basic EU adaptors from Poundalnd et al - like eBay item number:291602113668

EliTom
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Rose5
Has anyone tried these? (thanks gazdoubleu)

i bought a worldwide adaptor some years ago from a shop and i found that it pretty much works every where in the world. it is great as it doesn't cost much more than a normal adaptor but works every where.
#9
Can pick them up everywhere in Bali for a pound or so. Note some of the power points in Bali do not accept the standard adapters and must have raised input (sorry hard to explain)

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