Oh, you are welcome.Really good advice everyone. Thank you!
Tigre, you are completely right about the fact that I should have given everything away, however I was in a situation where I had 2 days to move everything from two separate storage units and a garage that were already packed tight and send it to the container. While watching the movers load the truck, I laughed out loud about the stuff I was shipping because I knew the vast majority of what was in the boxes I didnt need, and I saw lamps and boxes of extension cables, power tools and even cassette tapes that I knew would be useless here. However, their simply wasnt the time to go through each box to sort out what we should keep. I also figured that people here would be much more appreciative of the things I could give away than in the US. I look forward to finally opening up everything and giving it away!
not only them, but a lot of appliances like shavers, water flossers. Even most (if not all) large Vizio TVs are dual voltage.the only thing electrical to take from country to country with different voltage systems are communication devices such as cell phones, computers and tablets. WHY? Because they have voltage converters built into their power cables / cords.
"And to a lesser degree, there are some other items such as international blow dryers, irons etc ... that have a 110 / 220 voltage switch. Simply flip the switch and use it with a plug adapter wherever you go."not only them, but a lot of appliances like shavers, water flossers. Even most (if not all) large Vizio TVs are dual voltage.
What is usually single voltage -- large laser printers, rice cookers, air friers, shredders.
Clarin reports today that prices of SmartTV's , notebooks , mobiles, electronics, are cheaper in BA than Miami using the Blue Dollar Rate.I checked all three of my tvs and while on the outside they all said 110, on the inside they said 110/220
I also saw the tv I bought at musimundo for 1500usd for sale at walmart for 450usd recently.