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Outlet Adapter Plugs For Sri Lanka And India

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I'm leaving in three weeks, and I'm confused about outlet adapter plugs. I do not need electricty converters, but rather, a plug that acts as a "go between" for my US devices and the wall plug. I just wrote to Tim at Indian Panorama, and he sent me a Google link to the three prong type "D" plug. However, my older son, who traveled with me previously in India (2009), insists that the standard Euro plugs (cylindrical two prongs) will work fine. We own several of the two prongs, but if I need the three prongs, I will have to order from Amazon.

Please advise if you have traveled to either country recently. It would be helpful to send a link of the plug you advise using.

Thanks a bunch.

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