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Ireland: Adapter or converter?

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Hello. My friends and I leave for Ireland in 1 week from tomorrow! To say that we are excited would be a HUGE understatement. I am putting all the finishing touches to my plans, and I have just a few questions.

1. Do I need to buy a converter for Ireland or just an adapter? I will be taking my phone charger, camera chargers, kindle charger, hairdryer, and hair straightener.

2. Depending on which one I need, can you recommend a good one? I have been looking on Amazon, but most of the reviews send mixed signals. Some say they work well in Ireland while others say they don't.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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