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Can shaver point be converted to mains for charging

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
I have one of these mirror with shaver point, want to know is there any adapter to convert
into normal electric socket for charging my electric toothbrush?

Thanks in advance.

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Just use a plug in travel adapter like you would use in Europe and it will then be a 3 point socket.
#2
#3
ye i use a shaver adapter
#4


I want the other way round. i have shaver socket want to make it normal socket.
#6
Thanks, Sorted
#7
Jumpingphil
It is generally not a good idea to have a regular 3 pin socket in the bathroom.
They are not allowed to put into new houses and haven't been for years for safety reasons.


If you have a massive bathroom then read on:-

The New 17th edition wiring regulations now allow a 3 pin socket in a bathroom as long as its 3 metres from the boundary of zone 1 (where the water is) and must be RCD protected!!
#8
KINGMUZZZAUK
If you have a massive bathroom then read on:-

The New 17th edition wiring regulations now allow a 3 pin socket in a bathroom as long as its 3 metres from the boundary of zone 1 (where the water is) and must be RCD protected!!


certainly counts me out lol
#9
ClarityofMind
certainly counts me out lol


and most other non millionaires :-(
#10
kungfu
and most other non millionaires :-(


yeah how unfair is that :-D

Hi hon x x
#11
A 3 pin socket and a shaver point are completely different type electrical circuits.

Shaver sockets have safety isolating transformers in built, obviously a 3 pin socket doesn't.
#12
As Simon would say - Sorry it's a No
Shaver sockets are normally fused down to 1amp, Where would you put the phone - on sink side?
Get yourself a 4 way for a few ££ and be safe and keep 240volt away from water.
Why do you want to charge it in the bathroom? Is a it a Thronefone?
#13
:?
for charging my electric toothbrush?


Its not for a mobile phone :-D
#14
Siddy;5752737
As Simon would say - Sorry it's a No
Shaver sockets are normally fused down to 1amp, Where would you put the phone - on sink side?
Get yourself a 4 way for a few ££ and be safe and keep 240volt away from water.
Why do you want to charge it in the bathroom? Is a it a Thronefone?

Phone != electric toothbrush
#15
Maybe it's a teeth cleaning app on the iphone?

What will they think of next.
#16
where did this fone busines come from?

maybe worth getting a different charger for ur toothbrush from a country that uses that type of connection
#17
Sorry didn't think of the toothbrush I thought of the phone lol

Ours comes with 240 plug on it and we charge our on landing but I have seen my mates and his does plug direct in on the 2pin shaver socket.

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