You're quoting so called "standards" that the average Singaporean consumer wont know about. Try asking your neighbour if they know this.PNGMK wrote: ↑Fri, 19 Feb 2021 12:04 pmJust be aware that it is a known and documented issue and if you knowingly use such adaptors you may void fire insurance. Use of 2 pin plugs in 3 pin sockets violates the Singapore standards as well. You should rewire to the 3 pin plug.
I mean your apartment could end up looking like my neighbors last week - https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/f ... -bendemeer
(that's my pic - the second one)
Anyway, there are many things you simply can't rewire. My latest phone charger is 2 pin. Historically they have always been 3 pin prior to this. Same with cable modem adaptors, set top box adaptors.
Usage of the type of adaptor I'm suggesting is the safest option as it prevents damage to the pins in the wall socket. Even those plastic inserts that Singaporeans like to use in order to plug in two pin devices eventually bend the pins in the wall socket.