Do I need a power converter to charge my iPhone while traveling in Europe to convert voltage from 220 to110volts or do I just use these plug adapters?

This product looks like it contains the outlet adapters only. Can I use the plug adapter with my regular iPhone cord to charge my iPhone when in Europe or will I also need to add a power converter? If I need a converter as well, can you please recommend what I also need to purchase. Thanks

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    You should be fine with just plug adapters. Just to be sure, check on the bottom of the charger. Mine says the following:
    Input: 100-240v 50/60/hz
    That means that it can be used with any voltage from 100v to 240v, and frequency of 50hz or 60hz. Europe uses 230v 50hz so it should be ok. I am currently using my iPhone charger in Europe with a travel adapter and it works like a charm.

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  • The Apple power adapters are auto-switching voltage models. Just need a travel connector to make it fit the plug you're using.

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  • No power converter needed worldwide. If you can plug in any outlet with your outlet adapter IPhone will automatically acclimate.

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  • Will I need a converter for Electricity for my IPhone, Android and IPad in Paris France? Does your converter KIT handle all my devices ?

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