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    adaptor v. converter

    A quick question to put my concern to rest...

    My upcoming work travel includes England, Italy, and France. The only things I am plugging into a wall are an IPad and an IPhone. I have the necessary plug adapter attachments to change the prong configuration.

    Am I right in thinking that is sufficient for those countries? There is no need for a current converter?

    The things that plague one the day before leaving...

    Thanks for the help!

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    Yes! You are fine. Your iPhone and iPad chargers are universal - they work on both 110V (USA) and 240V (UK and rest of Europe).

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    Fantastic-- Thank you, John!

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