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  Reply # 1912990 4-Dec-2017 21:31
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Yes looking forward.to.it. receiving it..still unsure on.diff answers of.it's only mains.powered though lol there Facebook page guy said.it was..confused




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  Reply # 1912999 4-Dec-2017 21:40
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Here's a quick snap of the charger and its associated USB cable. The pins for the charger fold out from the end.

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Edit: it's a switching adapter, 100-240v.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1913002 4-Dec-2017 21:44
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Did your one.come.from Amazon or.locally




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  Reply # 1913007 4-Dec-2017 21:49
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  Reply # 1913008 4-Dec-2017 21:52
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Does.that.mean I can.use.it.here 19v ???




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  Reply # 1913021 4-Dec-2017 22:45
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Late to the topic.

 

Won one of these from Geekzone. Thanks, by the way. Can't find the charger at the moment but i just plug in a USB cable from the computer when I am at work, or from my Ankor that Steve Biddle  kindly got for me from the US. The supplied charger has fold out power pins but I suspect one from the US will have parallel pins that will need an adapter. You shouldn't have a problem. Great sound, you'll be happy with it.


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  Reply # 1913040 5-Dec-2017 03:49
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The earlier models charged through the micro usb port. The later XL models charge through a 19v DC input socket and the micro usb is for firmwear updates only. The later models also function as a power bank with a usb A port for charging phones. The supplied charger is described as an international type but the input pin style may need an adapter to fit NZ power sockets.



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  Reply # 1913438 5-Dec-2017 17:05
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Thank you bung...so Will.wait till I c it but your saying a.international plug usa to nz Will allow me to use this..what I read was.usb doesn't charge this.model th for your help




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  Reply # 1913478 5-Dec-2017 18:15
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Thank you bung...so Will.wait till I c it but your saying a.international plug usa to nz Will allow me to use this..what I read was.usb doesn't charge this.model th for your help




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  Reply # 1913484 5-Dec-2017 18:53
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can anyone recommend an adapter...cheap one from trade me or something better..?




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  Reply # 1913536 5-Dec-2017 20:28
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It's possible that the Fugoo adapter is not a plug top style but has a mains plug to figure 8 plug like a lot of radios and dvd players. In that case just get one of those cords with an NZ/AUS plug on it.



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  Reply # 1914034 6-Dec-2017 19:25
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so I wait till I get it then see what I need to charge basically,,




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  Reply # 1914826 7-Dec-2017 19:02
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been told by fugoo I need a19v charger Would this be a plug that charges a laptop in nz?




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  Reply # 1914835 7-Dec-2017 19:34
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good question im not sure is honest answer...or do I wait to fugoo arrives and just buy a universal plug for travelling overseas..or bite bullet n get a 19 v plug here which seems like a bout 70 buks from what your link says..




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