Guess so, no idea why they have chosen to use 3 or 13 amp fuses now in items, just copied from a webpage to help explain why a 13 amp fused item would most likely work on a 10 amp extension.
Would 5 amp fuse be a good crossover between 3 amp and 13 amp then?
Left one over and plan to change the plug to a euro plug and should be ideal for camping.
"3A Fuse – Table lamp, standard lamp, television, video, computer, mixer, blender, fridge, freezer, power drill, jig saw, soldering iron. 13A Fuse – Washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster, iron. Manufacturers have now standardised plug fuse ratings to be either 3A or 13A. However, 5 Amp fuses are still used in some older equipment and are available to buy." I rarely have to put my washing machine kettle and toaster 10m from a socket! :p Also products don't use the amount on fuse, that is the point they fail, now there are two fuse types, something that runs at 3.1 amps will have a 13amp fuse as that is the next value up.
It's only 10amp, not good enough, most appliances uses 13amp.