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It is not a good idea to use one of those as doesn't have an RCD (Residual Current Device). Although more expensive it is better to get a proper camping hook up which will protect you from electrical shock, unlike a fuse.
Hi everyone. Im new to camping. Can you tell me if this one is ok? Its £64.99 on go-outdoors but on camping-online website its £44.99 but as im new camping i only want to something thats totally safe!!
I plan to plug in things like iphone charger, tablet charger, radio etc.... Obviously not all at the same time.
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That looks OK, though you could probably find an in-line version for a lower price.
Don't think you'd have any problems using the three items you mention at the same time, just don't use more than one high-wattage item (kettle, toaster, hairdryer or any other appliance involving a heater) at a time!
I have read a few times people saying inline ones have problems getting plugs in at the same time and wires getting in the way. So a few people a saw on forums said these shape are better? Not sure im a newbie.