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Socket adapters

Apologies if this has been gone over, but I can't seem to find anywhere that sells UK to Swiss (3 prong) adapters. There's a few that sell two prong adapters, which don't seem to work for me.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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Re: Socket adapters

Seefeldstrasse ,Zh, there is a household store selling adaptors. I am sure it has been mentioned on the digest before. . .( I can't find it using search )
Sadly, I can't remember the name, but it's opposite Farfalla. . .
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Re: Socket adapters

Blattner AG, Seefeldstrasse 17

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Re: Socket adapters

Mediamarkt (Sihl city shopping centre and Dietlikon, opposite Ikea) also sells them. they proved elusive to me for quite a while too!
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