Member since 26 May 2017
Total posts 6
We are heading to India next month, and will have a fair bit of gear (2 laptops, 2 mobiles, CPAP machine) - has anyone used a traditional power board (4-6 outlet) then plugged it into the travel adapter, particularly in India ? We'll be in Mumbai.
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Member since 23 Oct 2013
Total posts 768
I haven't been to India so I can't say for India but I've done it in so many other countries including all over Europe, USA (and Canada), UK (Singapore, HK) so I don't see why India would be any different.
Member since 18 Jun 2015
Total posts 30
Took a fairly generic power board from Oz to India and ran just fine didn't experience any issues and especially in Mumbai you shouldn't have any issues with the power supply current as well.
Thanks Orus.....seems to be the status quo :) Might get a surge protected board to cover the bum !
Member since 10 May 2014
Total posts 84
A six gang power board and international adapter plug is part of my standard travel kit. Very useful when hotel rooms have very few plugs.My power board accepts plugs from all over the world which makes it even more useful.
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