USB Wall Adaptor

The Label says

INPUT: 100 - 240V ~ 50/60Hz,3.5W
OUTPUT: 5V [DC Output Symbol] 2.5W

And the rest is symbols and such.

Guardalavaca specifically.

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That's the European plug, yes?

It would appear to be dual voltage, which would mean you could plug it into either the 110 or 220 V sockets in Cuba (they do vary). Most 220V sockets could take the European rounded two prong plug like that, as well as the flatter 2 prong US plug (still fits).

However, as a suggestion - you could consider getting a universal adaptor anyway just in case, with surge protection and ideally multi-plug - some come with multiple USB ports and plugs, which would cover you not only for any surprises there, but for travel to many other countries in the future as well.

  • I don't know if it's European, I'm assuming so, but I received it wrongly with a product I own, but it looks very much so. Jun 21, 2017 at 15:59

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