EA9 Type E/F Travel Plug Adapter for Europe (CEE 7/7 Schuko)

EA9 Type E/F Travel Plug Adapter for Europe (CEE 7/7 Schuko)

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Date Added: 02/26/2017

  by Julie C.


Adaptelec, you tried to warn me! When will people get it through their thick skulls (I'm talking about me, no offense to anyone else) that you GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!!! You buy crap, you get crap. I lost a $1000 piece of equipment over $5. Stupid! But I was all "It's just an adapter, I'll get the cheap one." I'm just lucky my equipment was insured. You're totally right, and you tried to tell me before hand. Electricity will ruin your day if you don't TAKE IT SERIOUSLY. If you don't care what amps is and why it's important, you better start caring before make the same mistake I did. I'm listening to you from now on, Adaptelec. $5 isn't worth the hassle. It's a small price to pay for GOOD ADVICE.

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Date Added: 05/10/2012

  by Bruce R.


One thing I like about this adapter over multi adapters is the round plastic part behind the plug pins. I'm surprised this factor hasn't been mentioned. European outlets are recessed into the wall, and the recession is that same round shape. Multi adapters are too big to fit into that recession. The prongs will make contact with the outlet, but just barely, very loosely, and it will disconnect from the outlet if you look at it wrong. That's why I'm here. I'm sick and tired of my adapter doing that. It's beyond annoying. The circular part on this adapter means it will fit tightly and securely into the outlet, like a regular power cord plug, the way it's supposed to. Much better design. The no moving parts thing is a good point too.

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Date Added: 11/06/2009

  by Terri R.


It happened to me too, Amy! They told me don't worry about it so I didnt. So much for that. I saw your post and thats what brought me here. Now I know better. Never again! I'm using these from now on. I'm impressed with this website by the way.

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Date Added: 04/20/2013

  by Pete J.


I'm an electrician and relocated from Philly to Madrid 3 years ago. I couldn't agree more, people really need to pay more attention to this stuff. It's important. I bought some adapters and transformers from you when I moved, and they're all working great. But I've seen too many people since I've been here basically kill their appliances because "meh, whatever." You guys actually know what you're talking about, I hope people listen.

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Date Added: 03/05/2011

  by Steve R.


Right, don't buy multi adapters. They're junk. I went through 3 of them before I learned my lesson. I'm not sure these are quite as FABULOUS as you make them out to be, I mean it's just an adaptor. But I can't deny that they work. And they don't break. Considering my previous experience, that's good enough for me.

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Date Added: 03/02/2009

  by Amy D.


It happened to me! Just a word of advice, don't use the adapters the hotel lets you borrow. I went to Brussels in the spring on business and the guy at the hotel said they had adapters so I didn't bother bringing any. My blow dryer is dual voltage so what could go wrong? I didn't know about the amps thing. I found out the hard way. The adapter caught on fire and ruined my blow dryer's plug. Thankfully the fire was small enough to just blow it out. But who knows how much worse it could have been. Anyway, not only did the hotel refuse to compensate me for my blow dryer, they charged me $200 for the damage to their outlet! I was searching around on the web for an explanation of why it might have happened. No luck until I found your website a couple of weeks ago. It seemed like that was exactly what happened to me, so I emailed you to ask if you agreed, and you did. You also promised it wouldn't happen again if I used your adapter instead. So I bought 3 of them, and you were right. I just got back from Paris with the same model blow dryer, and your adapter only barely got a little warm. No issues at all. Thank you! I know now for sure that what you say is true. Adapters aren't all the same.

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