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Does this work on a 220V power supply?
Doesn’t that beat the purpose of the “travel” word in its name if it cannot work when you travel to other countries?
Do you not travel with an adapter or two?
A travel adapter doesn’t convert voltage. it merely allows you to use your appliance in the wall socket of a different country (provided the voltage matches). It’s not a voltage transformer
Hi, so it is not meant to be used in Europe, right? thanks.
I did a bit more research after reading zoomnclick's response, which made a lot of sense, and my discussion post above is incorrect. According to Dritz it operates on both 120v and 240V. https://m.dritz.com/sites/default/files/item-653380-additional-instructions-8-11-17.pdf
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Thank you Sandy. I hope the steamer is dual voltage too as the pdf seems to contain only specs for the travel iron
Do you think the steamer is dual voltage, too? I purchased it and found it 110V-120V is written on the bottom plate. I am wondering if it is correctly written or it supports 220V, too. Anyway, I cannot try it because it may explode if higher voltage is provided. Can you please make sure?