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I plan to take this shaver abroad from the US to Ireland and England. May I use a plug adapter, or do I need a voltage converter?

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  • MoeMan93 May 21, 2008

    This is an older model cordless shaver, so I'm concerned that it may not take the higher UK voltage.

  • MoeMan93 Jul 08, 2008

    Well, sending me to an ad for an overpriced (as usual) plug adapter at Radio Shack wasn't it.  
    What I wanted to know was if a distorted 220V sinusoidal waveform, which is what you usually get on a solid-state voltage converter, would damage my shaver.  In the event, I wound up taking an even older Norelco that had a 110/220 switch.  I also found that in Britain and Ireland many bathrooms have dual 110/220 plugs that say "Shavers Only."  

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Http://www.radioshack.com/sm-plug-adapters-for-foreign-ac-converters--pi-2036266.html

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

  • Robert McClure Jul 08, 2008

    what answer did you want than moe

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