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Tom Savige

Running American lights in Australia

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Hey Guys,

 

I just bought a LanternLock from the internet. I was just wondering if it will work in Australia. It cost $200aud so it'd be a big waste if it didn't work.

Any information will be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks, Tom

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Hey Guys,

 

I just bought a LanternLock from the internet. I was just wondering if it will work in Australia. It cost $200aud so it'd be a big waste if it didn't work.

Any information will be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks, Tom

 

I have two of them :-)

 

yes they work. You MAY need to change the plug over to an AU style one if you didn't order one with the right plug. Then just use regular 240v gloves and you'll be fine.

 

jb

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Well, whatever you do, don't find out the hard way like the Travelocity Travel Gnome did in Europe with his American appliances ;)

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