A lot of plugs

WhatPlug.info

Guide for the traveller with plugs

About this website

We have developed this website in order to help people when they are travelling or moving to another country. Because it is very common to carry lots of electric artifacts nowadays, it is also true each country uses its own plug-electrci system. Therefore, we created this website to help you find out which plug adapters and considerations you will have to have in your travelling.

Copyright

Plugs information from this website was initially created from a Wikipedia article. Later, we made a lot of updates and changes to our database of plugs. Thanks Wikipedia. All the articles published in this website are own by website owners.

Did you find this information useful?

We are glad this website is helping you. Perhaps you want to share us or link this information in your own website to help your visitors? i.e. if you own a hotel, you might want to put a link to us in your website, there are ways to simplify your visitors to find the adapters they will need in your country: see this page for more information on how to link us with a predefined destination.

Errors? Some of the information is out of date?

If you have found wrong information or any other type of error, please contact us in this contact/suggestion form. It will help us to maintain an useful website.

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There are various interesting ways to link us. For example, if you have a page about United Kingdom, you can add a link with the message: "click here to find out which power adapters you will need in UK". Clicking, the user will reach a wizard page that will discover origin's country (using GeoIP technology... or choosing it manually). So, discovering origin and destination, in the most simple way for the user. You can read more about this, and other ways to link us here.

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