You can find them easily as mentioned. I try to buy the types that are;Infoholic wrote:@PNGMK As a person who a previous working life was an electrician for mining and industrial installations I agree with your comments wholeheartedly. Would you suggest a place where I could buy good quality, S-mark certified, plugs so that I can practice my old "sparkie" skills to replace the plugs on the appliances we are bringing from Australia?
Thanks in advance for you reply.
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BS marked (not just Singapore S Stamped).
Non-brittle material (not the crappy fall apart plastic).
Pure brass contacts (take a magnet - the cheaper steel plated contacts don't last).
In reality the only appliances I worry about changing plugs on are the high usage, high draw devices such as kettles, washers, ovens, vacuum cleaners. The quality of power boards is variable but I have found a few better ones over the years. I really do try to avoid using adapters (and I don't own any of the multi socket adapters such as these