Things to carry with you for lights, when traveling
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This is an extension cord. Latino type. Note that I have wrapped it up with electrical tape. The back had some screws that could give you a shock.

 

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3 way plug. I had to get one in Peru, the other one I have is Polarized, or one of the prongs is bigger then the other, so you can only fit it in the new type sockets.
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I keep my lightbulb in this plastic cup for protection
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I put the plastic cup into my coffee pot, for extra protection. See how it is bent, that happened inside my bag.

 

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3 way plug.
The most valuable piece. The converter,that makes a light socket, into 2 plugs.
Electrical tape.
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See that middle piece, It is never long enough to reach the connection in the middle of the socket. I had to add a small piece of metal, so the connection would work easier.

 

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