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[Dollarama] Travel Outlet Adapter $4 at Dollarama

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[Dollarama] Travel Outlet Adapter $4 at Dollarama

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$4
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Saw this in Mississauga at Lakeshore and Cawthra

Retails on Amazon.ca for $35 (on sale)

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Thanks OP! Going to try and find some in GTA area.

It has pretty good reviews on Amazon.com
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Might be good for some of my older equipment that uses 220v/50Hz. I'll have to have a look. Thanks...
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No, not good for that, because this is just an adapter. It's made for devices that run on any voltage. You're looking for an actual transformer.
DougO wrote:
Mar 30th, 2019 11:51 am
Might be good for some of my older equipment that uses 220v/50Hz. I'll have to have a look. Thanks...
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Does this convert 220 to 110v? or just a plug adapter
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drunkgoat wrote:
Mar 30th, 2019 12:13 pm
Does this convert 220 to 110v? or just a plug adapter
Looks like this is just an adapter. Your appliance still needs to support the difference in voltage
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Anyone seen this in a Vancouver location?

Great reviews on .com with an A rating on fakespot.
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These days a lot of devices comes with a power adapter that has a higher voltage range which would allows you to travel without a transformer, you usually find those for your phone and tablets, since they know people travel with those devices.

This one just allows those chargers to be plugged it and then adapt to the different outlet style but wouldn't convert the voltage.

You have to check if your adapter has those ranges cover from 110v to 220v however.
drunkgoat wrote:
Mar 30th, 2019 12:13 pm
Does this convert 220 to 110v? or just a plug adapter
Btw, these are probably at Dollarama now because the USB outlet is 1.0A which is very very slow and weak by today's standard.

https://www.conair.com/c/32e73g91/allin ... th-usb/358
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Just a heads up, you can find these adapters and also 110/220v travel transformers for dirt cheap at Value Village. YMMV, of course...
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charlesd79 wrote:
Mar 30th, 2019 2:50 pm
Just a heads up, you can find these adapters and also 110/220v travel transformers for dirt cheap at Value Village. YMMV, of course...
As dirt cheap as $4? Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat
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Hmmm...Still no comments about "not trust plugging my $XXXX.xx device into a $4 thing".
We used a generic one of these for a while, which I got off Ali or DX years ago but was lost/left behind somewhere. This can't be any worse/better than that one which I paid $5 or so back then but had to wait weeks for.
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charlesd79 wrote:
Mar 30th, 2019 2:50 pm
Just a heads up, you can find these adapters and also 110/220v travel transformers for dirt cheap at Value Village. YMMV, of course...
I don't think I can put "dirty cheap" and "value village" in the same sentence. LOL
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2damax wrote:
Mar 30th, 2019 1:10 pm
Anyone seen this in a Vancouver location?

Great reviews on .com with an A rating on fakespot.
Been to 2 locations in GVRD but haven't seen it anywhere - not by the tools/lights/plugs or the electronics/cells/headphones.
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Saw this at Scarborough, either at Victoria Terrace or Parkway Mall. It looks bulky maybe 4” to 5” thick.
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aitch wrote:
Apr 2nd, 2019 3:23 pm
Saw this at Scarborough, either at Victoria Terrace or Parkway Mall. It looks bulky maybe 4” to 5” thick.
How many left ?

Aren't most of them bulky? I borrowed one from my friend. A good nice one and but still very bulky.
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