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Posted 18 July 2023

Zenitech CEE17 Compact Adaptor without Female Cable 16A 2P+T Male for Camping, Nautism, etc.

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Manufacturer ‎ZENITECH
Part Number ‎193392
Item model number ‎193392
Item Package Quantity ‎1
Batteries included? ‎No
Batteries Required? ‎No
Item Weight ‎130 g
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  1. Popeye_the_Sailor's avatar
    I’m going camping in September for the first time! I’ve been told I’ll need some sort of electrical converter cable to be able to plug my 3 pin devices in. Is this what I need?
    fauxdigger's avatar
    Just be careful if it rains as that socket adapter will be exposed to the elements. Many campsites want you to have something with built in RCD that goes straight to your tent such as the one in this deal from last year:


    They can retail for stupid money but occasionally you'll see one on offer in Lidl or Aldi. They are currently on 'offer' in Millets, but ignore the inflated RRP:


    I'd suggest looking on Marketplace but people often pay full price for these and think that they are worth more than they are.

    Three things to consider:
    - The orientation of the sockets on some of the older models made it difficult to plug in multiple devices that weren't simple 13A plugs (bulky chargers, etc).
    - Newer versions often come with built in USB ports that will potentially free up a socket.
    - Some are only rated at 10A, so don't expect to boil a kettle, run a fridge and cook on an electric ring at the same time!

    I'm not an electrician but most of the power points that I've seen on campsites already have a built in RCD, so having a second one on your 'extension lead' may be of questionable value from a safety perspective. If you're happy to cheap out, can competently wire a plug and are willing to take responsibility for your own health and safety, you could always just fit a 240V 16A commando plug to the end of a extension lead. Just keep the socket end dry, unwind it fully and don't overload it.

    Wilko currently have one with water resistant sockets on offer:


    And the plugs can be had from places like Toolstation for little money:

  2. Gigasonix's avatar
    What does nautism mean in the context of this item?
    fauxdigger's avatar
    Put an 'e' on the end of it and it relates to water sports in French. Guessing that ".....camping, boating, etc" would have been a better translation!

    If you're still wondering what it does (as I was for a bit), it looks like it would allow you to connect a domestic european earthed plug into a 16 Amp external socket commonly found for power hook ups on campsites, marinas, and on generators.

    Hope this helps.