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I would think, not. Electricity and water do not mix.
Phillip S. Simmons
· June 12, 2020
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If those charging cables work in other outlets, then yes, it should be able to charge it.
Sparksongs
· April 12, 2020
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yes, and very good quality. Cannot avoid China, That's where the factories are, 1000s of them.
HN
· May 16, 2020
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I gave this as a gift to a coworker going on a cruise. She didn't say it made a noise when cables were plugged in. Sorry I can't respond based off of my own experience.
Nicole
· June 11, 2020
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Per the specifications, the unit is rated for 1250W at 10A maximum 125V. So if your appliance is at or less than these numbers it should would fine.
S Otra
· July 20, 2020
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I'm not sure. But I have a keurig and would use this power strip for it.
Sara C
· August 9, 2020
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There is no UL listing on it. However, I have been very happy with it on a trip to New Zealand.
Richard Tropp
· July 9, 2020
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Hi, this power strip can work with input voltage 110-240V. It is designed to be compatible with all standard wall outlet voltages worldwide.
About the input 125V/10A printed on the product, it is the standard design for the US. According to the new changes in FCC(Federal Communications Commission) certification requir… see more
Hi, this power strip can work with input voltage 110-240V. It is designed to be compatible with all standard wall outlet voltages worldwide.
About the input 125V/10A printed on the product, it is the standard design for the US. According to the new changes in FCC(Federal Communications Commission) certification requirements, we are not allowed to print "110V - 240V" on the product itself. Don't worry, our power strip does support 220V input. Just be aware that it can NOT convert voltage, which means that you need a voltage converter if your devices can not work under 220V. see less
Hi, this power strip can work with input voltage 110-240V. It is designed to be compatible with all standard wall outlet voltages worldwide.
About the input 125V/10A printed on the product, it is the standard design for the US. According to the new changes in FCC(Federal Communications Commission) certification requirements, we are not allowed to print "110V - 240V" on the product itself. Don't worry, our power strip does support 220V input. Just be aware that it can NOT convert voltage, which means that you need a voltage converter if your devices can not work under 220V.

Tessan Direct
Seller · December 19, 2019
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It is not designed to be attached to the wall but the bottom is flat so you could use strong double face foam tape to mount it.
college mom
· March 11, 2020
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What does wire gushed mean ?
elaine f dudas
· May 31, 2020