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Question about UK outlet adapters & taps

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For an upcoming trip to Tanzania, I am taking a UK-style plug adapter to charge camera batteries and Ipod. All devices are 110-220V so, as I understand it, I do not need a convertor.

The plug adapter has just one outlet and I would to be able to charge more than one device at a time. Can I add a USA standard (15A-125V) 3-outlet tap to the plug adapter and then plug my devices into the tap? Or do I need a special tap or power strip to turn the one outlet into three? If so, what are the voltage specifications?

Thanks for your advice.

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