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voltage of household appliances 2010/3/20 22:42


I live in Belgium, where the voltage is 220 volts. I would like to buy some household appliances in Japan(where the voltage is 110 volts), since they're specific and cute.
But will they work at 22O volts, in Europe? Is it convenient or judicious to bye an adapter?
Or, are there some appliances that can work on both voltages in Japan?

Thank you.
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No 2010/3/23 10:25
You need a transformer to use the Japanese appliances.

But if you buy the appliances with 100-240volts, then you don't need the transformer.
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Voltage of household appliances 2010/3/23 23:06

Thank you, volts!^^
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