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120V Intercontinental Travel Adaptor inc 2 USB Ports £3 instore @ Asda
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120V Intercontinental Travel Adaptor inc 2 USB Ports £3 instore @ Asda

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Posted 15th AugAvailable: National

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Found in-store. Can't find it online.

Status brand. One 13A socket and 2 USB sockets.

Input 120V, output 5V, 2.4 Amp USB Port. Does not convert voltage.

Suitable for use in the US, Canada, Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela and Equador.

SEL states original price of £12.
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"Input 120V, output 5V, 2.4 Amp USB port. Does not convert voltage"

Well either it is converting voltage or that's going to be a smoking phone / tablet / rechargable dildo...
Is this store specific? X
plunet15/08/2019 18:28

"Input 120V, output 5V, 2.4 Amp USB port. Does not convert voltage"Well …"Input 120V, output 5V, 2.4 Amp USB port. Does not convert voltage"Well either it is converting voltage or that's going to be a smoking phone / tablet / rechargable dildo...


It is for use with 110V/dual voltage appliances.

I doubt 220-240V appliances will be smoking on 110V input. 110V on 240V is a whole different ball game.
Edited by: "Wammer" 15th Aug
Layla1215/08/2019 18:32

Is this store specific? X


As I said, "Found in-store. Can't find it online."

As my next nearest store is 35 miles away, I have no way of checking.
Edited by: "Wammer" 15th Aug
Seen also in my local at this price
Most usb/phone charger/laptop power supply are switched mode converters and will work on 110 to 240v 50 or 60hz - all you need is a physical socket adaptor.
fryitup16/08/2019 14:00

Most usb/phone charger/laptop power supply are switched mode converters …Most usb/phone charger/laptop power supply are switched mode converters and will work on 110 to 240v 50 or 60hz - all you need is a physical socket adaptor.


The reason I mentioned that it won't convert voltage, before someone asked, is that the most common question I see from ladies going to the US is, "Will my GHDs work?" Not all of them are dual/variable voltage.

Most of my electricals work on any voltage automatically, but my travel kettle has a switch to change it between 110/220V.
Edited by: "Wammer" 16th Aug
Wammer16/08/2019 15:21

The reason I mentioned that it won't convert voltage, before someone …The reason I mentioned that it won't convert voltage, before someone asked, is that the most common question I see from ladies going to the US is, "Will my GHDs work?" Not all of them are dual/variable voltage.Most of my electricals work on any voltage automatically, but my travel kettle has a switch to change it between 110/220V.


Yes GHDs are one of the exceptions. My wife ended up buying new ones for us travel
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