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If I'm in the EU, can I bring one Ireland/EU plug adapter and then an extension cord for plugging 4 things in?
 
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If I'm in the EU, can I bring one Ireland/EU plug adapter and then an extension cord for plugging 4 things in?
Ireland is still in the EU but if you mean continental Europe then yes. The voltage there is 220V and ours is 230V. Everything will be designed to work fine between 220 and 240.

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If I'm in the EU, can I bring one Ireland/EU plug adapter and then an extension cord for plugging 4 things in?
Ireland is still in the EU but if you mean continental Europe then yes. The voltage there is 220V and ours is 230V. Everything will be designed to work fine between 220 and 240.
 
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If I'm in the EU, can I bring one Ireland/EU plug adapter and then an extension cord for plugging 4 things in?
yea, you can. But its always handy to have a few adaptors lying around. Ireland -> continent you can pick up anywhere. The other way around aren't so easy to find, but I saw them in Dunnes Stores homeware in Nutgrove at the weekend.

Pick up a couple of continent USB plugs too. That deffo makes life easier.
 

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