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Yes - it is UL listed - this is noted on the bottom side of the power strip.
R. S. Kendrick
· August 21, 2020
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It supports 125V AC 60Hz 10A 1250W. If the device is in that range, the strip will work.
AnkerDirect
Seller · October 19, 2020
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Yes
Dwayne W.
· October 4, 2020
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Cruises do not allow surge protectors. I am not certain why they do not, but that is an issue. If this product is just a splitter on a five foot cord, then it is acceptable for a cruise ship.
Joe F
· September 18, 2020
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I'm not sure
R. Caldwell
· August 7, 2020
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No, it has nothing on the back to attach to a wall. IT works on the floor or a desk/table top.
J Alan May
· September 24, 2020
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Yes. It works as a regular power strip to plug in a laptop and other things.
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Seller · September 25, 2020
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No, it doesn't.
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Seller · July 13, 2020
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No, neither of those.
Linda
· October 4, 2020
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I don't think this will work for those appliances - this works for electronic devices such as: phones, battery banks, headphones, etc.
horellana
· August 20, 2020