UK to USA, EU, Aus Travel adapter 3 pack £1.99 @ ALDI
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UK to USA, EU, Aus Travel adapter 3 pack £1.99 @ ALDI

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LocalFound 22nd AprEdited by:"jagathab4444"
Not sure this has been posted anywhere else. But I think this is a good deal. Poundland may be cheaper, but may not be reliable.
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That's a good price. Especially if they are the 3 pin US adapters.
The 2 pin versions are forever falling out.
Bought these about 2 years ago from Aldi, same price. Used them abroad, very pleased with them. Had a few from Poundland and also from some serious shops, more expensive. I feel the Aldi ones are the best of all. You find them on and off at Aldi.
Why does the title say US, EU, Aus, these are US adaptors per the Aldi website and will not fit EU or Aus.
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kudos1uk3 m ago

Why does the title say US, EU, Aus, these are US adaptors per the Aldi …Why does the title say US, EU, Aus, these are US adaptors per the Aldi website and will not fit EU or Aus.



Aus and EU adapters are in the shelf along with US adapter, at least in my local.
jagathab44441 m ago

Aus and EU adapters are in the shelf along with US adapter, at least in my …Aus and EU adapters are in the shelf along with US adapter, at least in my local.


Thanks, I see now:

Aus:
aldi.co.uk/tra…801

EU:
aldi.co.uk/tra…900
Anyone know if any of these variants will work in Canada please? Family trip this year...
davemhaynes4 h, 13 m ago

Anyone know if any of these variants will work in Canada please? Family …Anyone know if any of these variants will work in Canada please? Family trip this year...


Yes - the US version.
What do people plug into these? I have only ever bought usb adapter for other countries
jdRiggs22 m ago

What do people plug into these? I have only ever bought usb adapter for …What do people plug into these? I have only ever bought usb adapter for other countries


Laptop and camera charger are about the only non-USB things I have taken abroad with me in recent years. Some people take hair dryers/straighteners/curlers and other personal grooming kit (but check for voltage compatibility). Might take the big Bluetooth speaker with me sometime.
benjus1 h, 14 m ago

Laptop and camera charger are about the only non-USB things I have taken …Laptop and camera charger are about the only non-USB things I have taken abroad with me in recent years. Some people take hair dryers/straighteners/curlers and other personal grooming kit (but check for voltage compatibility). Might take the big Bluetooth speaker with me sometime.


And electric toothbrushes, and electric razor's too - are also non-USB compliant ...

Which also falls in nicely under your above specified "personal grooming kit" criteria. :-)
OP .. "Poundland may be cheaper, but may not be reliable."

Unless I'm mistaken, these will currently also work out cheaper than current Pound Shop offering too?.

Pound Shops traditionally sell each of these individual unit's at £1 each per one ...

Your above make's mention of three unit's instead (making them obviously less that £1 each anyway?). :-)
I may get some of these. :-)

Thanx.
Are they sold in 'mixed lots'? (1 USA, 1 EU, 1 Australia?).

Or are all 3 of 1 category instead? (3 x USA, 3 x EU, or 3 x Australia?).

How do they come?, thanx. :-)

Edit:
kudos1uk15 h, 42 m ago

Thanks, I see …Thanks, I see now:Aus:https://www.aldi.co.uk/travel-adaptors-uk-aus-3-pack/p/082811203574801EU:https://www.aldi.co.uk/travel-adaptors-uk-eu-3-pack/p/082811198327900



Seen it, no need. :-)
Edited by: "amour3k" 23rd Apr
BruTamUK21 h, 49 m ago

That's a good price. Especially if they are the 3 pin US adapters.The 2 …That's a good price. Especially if they are the 3 pin US adapters.The 2 pin versions are forever falling out.


"The 2 pin versions are forever falling out."

Apart from the other dire aspect of a 2-pin configuration ...

The obviously electrical + health & safety aspect of those 2-pin things?.

A potential death trap waiting to happen ... :-(

Several Decades on, I don't know why a lot of 'progressive' Countries out there, still insist on using them? (to be honest with you? - not the what I'd call the safest 'option', when working with LIVE currents?).

I don't get it.

Maybe that's just me?, lol.
Just on Time, brexit soon
Anyone know where they sell a version that fits a UK plug but accepts two flat pins into the back socket, I believe these are also US plugs?
Are these in store now?
Now £1.49 but haven't found any UK to EU adapters
Toffeegirl5723rd Apr

Are these in store now?


Lol, I'd take that as a yes:

bengalknights4 h, 23 m ago

Now £1.49 but haven't found any UK to EU adapters



And now clearly better value for money ... :-D
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