Satisfy with the purchase.. Good in services and the products work properly.
Wonderful. Great price and fast delivery. Worked just great - it helps that each adapter had two US plug receptacles. Would definitely buy again.
Great price and worked perfectly in England and Scotland.
Fabulous. It worked!
These work like a charm.
|description||Standard:The CT-7 is designed in the US and it’s our most compact travel adapter. It features two sockets to connect a N. American 2-prong and a 3-prong power cord to a Type G outlet. It is sold in a pack of 3 adapters to share with your travel companions.
|blurb||The CT-7 is designed in the US and it’s our most compact travel adapter. It features two sockets to connect a N. American 2-prong and a 3-prong power cord to a Type G outlet. It is sold in a pack of 3 adapters to share with your travel companions.|
The Ceptics CT-7 Type G travel adapter can be used in the following countries: Bahrain, Belize, Botswana, Brunei, Cyprus, Dominica, England, Ghana, Gibraltar, Grenada, Hong Kong, Iraq, Ireland, Kenya, Macau, Malta, Malaysia, Nigeria, Nothern Ireland, Oman, Qatar, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Uganda, the United Arab Emirates, Wales, Yemen, Zimbabwe. This adapter for England and other countries features 2 inputs: Standard US Grounded NEMA 5-15 and ungrounded 2-prong US. Both ports of the England plug adapter will accept the polarized or non-polarized plugs. These UK plug adapters do not convert voltage. Please check the voltage standard for the travel destination and use an appropriate voltage converter with the adapter if needed (for example, Europe uses mainly 230 Volts). Many electrical devices such as AC/DC chargers for Laptops, cameras, cell phones, iPhone, iPad etc. allow a multi range voltage (100-240 Volts) and eliminate the need of a voltage converter. Sometimes electrical device have a switch for either 120 or 230 Volts (remember to set back!). Please check the specifications on your equipment before plugging into this type G adapter. Powering a 120 Volts device with 230 Volts can destroy the equipment and cause fire.