Charger

Discussion in 'iPod' started by melodyj03, May 5, 2006.

  1. macrumors newbie

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    I'm leaving for England in a month and will be there for several months. What do I need to get so that I can charge my iPod in Brittish outlets? Can I just buy a USB charger from the UK apple store and hook my usb charger cable up to it? One of my friends told me it will fry my iPod regardless.
     
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    Laser47

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    ipod adapters are dual voltage 100-240 so you only need a plug adapter, not a transformer. Or you could just buy a UK charger but the only difference would be the plug at the end.
     
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    Mr_Brightside_@

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    Laser47 is right, an adaptor will be fine; a whole new charger is a waste of money... the only dif. would be the plug at the end of it, which can be subbed out with your original charger anyway... that is why apple sells a universal/world travel plug kit or whatever... but that is for lots of travelling. took my charger to france last summer with a black 5$ adaptor from radioshack (the source??) and everything was fine. hope this helps, cheers
     
  4. thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thanks for the advice. It was really helpful.
     

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