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plug adaptors for Switzerland

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I've been googling about this, and I find I'm still very confused. I own several plug adapters for continental Europe, with the 2 round prongs on them. It seems like I can use these in Switzerland, but there are also some 3 pronged outlets.

Do I need to get a 3 prong adaptor? will my 2 prong plugs be guaranteed to work in all outlets? DH has a cpap, so having a working adapter is a necessity. And why is it that all the 3 prong adapters seem to be the large "universal" type that fit all kinds of plugs? All I really want is a small US->Switzerland adapter and it doesn't seem to exist.

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