You're going to travel to Venezuela and you don't know if your electric devices (your computer, mobile phone, battery charger...) will be able to work there?
To know if you need a travel plug adapter to go to Venezuela, you have to consider 3 things : the shape of the plugs, the voltage and the frequency of the current delivered by electrical outlets in Venezuela.
Here are the shape of the sockets in Venezuela, and the the types of plugs used in Venezuela :
If none of your usual plug is compatible, you should buy a universal travel adapter to be able to plug your electric devices (please visit our selection for details).
Voltage : 120 V
Frequency : 60 Hz
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