Question about Norelco 3405 LC Electric Shaver
I have a Norelco 3405 LC, which I want to take with me on a trip to Egypt. The voltage in Egypt is 220. I know I need a plug adapter, but will I also need a voltage converter?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can try dryer power port, it's 220V, and you have to buy a adapter to replace the port on the wall accord with your Braun, or to buy a transformer (110 - 220).
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
For many older Norelco shavers, such as this model, the power cord simply connects 110 VAC to the shaver. The principle voltage reduction and current limit circuitry for the motor and battery charging are within the shaver. That is why the cord is just a cord, available for under $5 online (<$10 with shipping), without a housing for a transformer or electronics within the cord.
The amperage will likely be very low, e.g. <0.1A, but I do not have access to this model for checking actual requirements.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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