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We will be traveling in New Zealand for 9 months. What is the best adapter to get for our laptops, Kindle, iPad and iPhones?

  • What kind of plugs do your devices already have? And what kinds of voltages do they already accept? – Gagravarr May 17 '14 at 18:32
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New Zealand uses 230V and AS/NZS 3112 plug:

plug

You need to check first that all your chargers support also 230V (iDevices chargers normally are 100-240V) after you need a travel adapter, like this one:

Skross World Travel Adaptor 3

Because you will stay 9 months, for your iPad and iPhone you can consider buy in New Zealand the Apple 12W USB Power adapter, it is able to charge several Apple devices.

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    If you are bringing a lot of devices, bring a small power bar that works with your home plugs. Plug the power bar into the adapter and your existing chargers and devices into the power bar. – Kate Gregory May 18 '14 at 12:41
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    What I've done if I'm going for a long time to another country is buying a power bar in my own country and in arrival just buya cheap plug and connect the two. – Ton Plomp May 18 '14 at 19:24

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