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If your shaver is a 110/120 V-AC razor, you MUST use a voltage converter that will allow you to charge/use your shaver while on your trip.
I would not reccommend you attempt to use it directly, since you still would need a special cord with a plug for the different outlets in Europe.
Purchase a converter/adapter kit and you can use anything with your existing power cords, with the proper adapters in the kit, without an worries.
Have a great trip and hope you find this Very Helpful. Best regards!
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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