Every country in the world has a different outlet styles - one of 12 different styles to be exact.
The outlet types are named alphabetically, from A to O.
In order to use plugs from one country - or type - in another country, we need adapters.
These make it easy to keep your electronics charged and stay connected when you’re traveling the globe.
Reference the Outlet Style Guide below to select the outlet style needed for your travel destination.
Our choose my adapter guide on the website is also a useful source to find the adapter plug types in different countries.
To view the full country list in alphabetical order with their corresponding plug type, click on the PDF below.Download Country Adapter Chart
|Outlet Style Guide|
|Outlet Style: Type A & B||Description: These are two of the more well-known outlet styles. The two prongs (Type A) or three prongs (Type B) are found on almost all our devices.||Locations: US, Canada, Mexico, and Japan|
|Outlet Style: Type C||Description: The Type C outlet features two pins that are rounded, rather than flat.||Locations: European countries, South America, and parts of Asia|
|Outlet Style: Type D||Description: The design for Type D has three round pins.||Locations: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal|
|Outlet Style: Type E||Description: Type E has two round pins with an additional slot above and/or below the pins for the grounding knob (which is in the outlet itself).||Locations: France, Belgium, Poland, Slovakia, and Czechia|
|Outlet Style: Type F||Description: Type F has two round pins with an additional slot above and/or below the pins for the grounding knob (which is in the outlet itself).||Locations: Russia and other European countries, except for the UK and Ireland|
|Outlet Style: Type G||Description: The design of the Type G outlet has three flat prongs.||Locations: UK, Ireland, Malta, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Singapore|
|Outlet Style: Type H||Description: This outlet design has three round prongs set in a lower configuration than the Type D outlet.||Locations: Israel and Palestine|
|Outlet Style: Type I||Description: Type I has two or three flat prongs on an angle, rather than straight up and down.||Locations: Australia, New Zealand, China, and Argentina|
|Outlet Style: Type J||Description: The design for Type J has three round pins that are placed closely together.||Locations: Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and Rwanda|
|Outlet Style: Type K||Description: The Type K outlet has two round prongs; one of the two prongs look like a semi-circle.||Locations: Denmark and Greenland|
|Outlet Style: Type L||Description: This outlet design has three prongs set in a row.||Locations: Italy and Chile|
|Outlet Style: Type M||Description: Outlet Type M has three round prongs set in a triangle.||Locations: South Africa and Botswana|
|Outlet Style: Type N||Description: The design for Type N has three prongs set in a semi-circle format.||Locations: Brazil|
|Outlet Style: Type O||Description: The design for Type N has three prongs set in a semi-circle format.||Locations: Thailand|
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