Go Mini Steamer in Europe?
Has anyone used Joy Mangano’s Go Mini Steamer in Europe? I’ll be vacationing in France, Italy, and possibly some other European countries this summer and wanted to know if anyone has had trouble using the Go Mini Steamer abroad? I love My Little Steamer and would love to use it instead of an iron.
This keeps disappearing….Montanagirl, hope you get this!
Sounds like a great trip! Very exciting! Have a safe and wonderful journey!
The mini steamer is on US current 110 volts – Europe is 220 volts, so you will need a
plug-in adapter, as is different than US, and a converter. Always through the converter,
as the appliance will not be able to handle higher volts without it! Two options there,
most major cities in Europe have converters, but please call to verify. Second, the
adapter and converter can be purchased, Best Buy, some Kmart and Walmart stores.
Amazon has them online, as well. They are fairly small and will pack easily. You will
need this for all electrical devices, cell phone, hair dryer, charger, laptops and tablets,
As a travel agent, I will make a couple of other recommendations, please check your passports
to make sure valid, and name is exact same on your airline tickets, would not want to have you
miss this adventure! You may want to convert some dollars to euros, prior to the airport, as
your bank will give better rate of exchange, and you will want for baggage handling tips, taxi,
and hotel bellhop tip, once you arrive. Lastly, you mentioned France, if you will be in Paris for
a few days or more, recommend getting a Paris Visite pass, for metro, buses, RER trains, plus
some attractions and museum admissions. parispass, as you will need to purchase
prior to going to Paris, can not be purchased there.
Wishing you an excellent time!
Bon Voyage! Buon viaggio!
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