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Help with US appliances in Poland - Power converters?

AdamK 5 | 7
13 Jun 2011 #1
Hi everyone...does anyone have experience with these step down transformers/converters? We have some smaller appliances likely about 300-700 Watts (Kitchenaid Blender, stand mixer, etc.) along with a 1000W blu-ray home theater system (yes I am aware of the Pal/NTSC implications).

I'm thinking of going with a 3000 Watt setup to be on the safe side and possibly be able to use 2 or more appliances at the same time but the ones on Allegro say they are 230V/110V adapters while the ones I'm considering on the site are 110/220 ( MY02LQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1307978233&sr=8-1 ).

Any help would be highly appreciated. Thx in advance
slawekk - | 18
13 Jun 2011 #2
I am using two Seven Star TC 1500 W converters that I bought on Amazon similar to the one at: One is used often with a 10 Amps vacuum cleaner (makes it 1100 W I guess) with no problems. I think it is better to buy two 1500 W than one 3000 W. The appliances will be in different rooms and if one breaks you can still use the other one.
z_darius 14 | 3,968
13 Jun 2011 #3
Make sure the power converter is suitable for the actual device you are going to use in Poland. Some will be fine with motors but not with electronics. There is a bit more to electricity than just Volts.

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