If you’re moving away form your domestic or area of the world and then chances are that yes, you need.
Power socket have various kinds of shapes in different regions of the world and you may require an adaptor to connect the shape of your power plugs to the shape of the electric outlet in the area of the world you’re going to.
The voltage for the United States and Canada is 120 volts and almost every electric commodity operating at about 110 volts. All North America runs 2 pronged North American wall socket.
If you are visiting North America you should take a North American power point adapter.
Whenever your household appliance run on higher voltage than the 110 volts offer in North America, it may take them longer to get full charged and blow dryer may take longer to heat and be less effective.
The UK and Ireland
Official voltage in the UK and Ireland is 230 with most electric commodity functioning at about the 220 – 240 volt.
All of European Union runs on the same 2 pronged electric outlet exclude the UK and Ireland that need its own unusual 3 pronged socket.
If you’re traveling through the UK or Ireland you’ll need a UK and Ireland power point adaptor.
Rest of Europe
All of Europe functions on the same 2 pronged electric outlet (exclude United Kingdom that runs on its own unusual 3 pronged wall socket.)
If you’re going through Britain on your way to the rest of Europe you’ll demand a British power point adapter for you and also a European power point adapter for the rest of your trip
Australia and New Zealand
Official voltage in Australia and New Zealand is 240 volts on most electric commodity working at about the 220 – 240 volt.
Both Australia and New Zealand work on the same 3 pronged wall socket.