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To accommodate 110V products - typically from the USA, and 230V nominal products from Western Europe and other places.
 
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I believe that most dual voltage sockets will only allow one item to be connected at any time.
 

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the 110V is for when you only want to shave 1 half of your face.:eek::eek::eek:
 

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the 110V is for when you only want to shave 1 half of your face.:eek::eek::eek:
No no no....stick a 110v shaver in the 240v outlet and have a shave in half the time!........simples:D
 
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