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Plugs from Senegal won’t work in New Zealand

Plugs in Senegal

  • Type C

  • Type D

  • Type E

  • Type K

Sockets in New Zealand 230V

  • Type I

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You might also need a voltage converter

The voltage in New Zealand is 230V. In Senegal it’s V.

You don’t need a voltage converter if everything you plan to take is marked ‘Input: 100–240V’.

Laptop and phone chargers are usually OK. Hairdryers are often voltage-specific.

You’ll want these for the plane

We recommend Bose QuietComfort Headphones

You’ll fly more comfortably by cutting out the background noise with these excellent noise-cancelling headphones. We’ve flown dozens of hours with these exact headphones and they work very well.