Yes.. If that is the kind of plug used in Italy, you should be good to go. If you are like me you probably have a cord off of something laying around that would plug right into this charger.. 100~240V AC covers the known world as far as I know.. So if you can get it from your wall outlet to the charger... You are good to go.
Produto excelente. Acabamento bom. Qualidade muito boa. Vou fazer mais testes e posto mais detalhes depois. Recomendo.
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Is there an instruction manual for this charger.?
Mine seems to work ok but the LEDs stay red always.. are they supposed to turn green when fully charged?
If I put an NiMh battery in (just for a few seconds) the LED blinks green and red...
What do these lights mean? Nice charger but a manual would be great.
I use it now for 2 weeks and have not found any problem with it ,it's doing the job very well. When charging the cells don't heat up, just hand warm ,when starting to charge it's with 1.5Amp pro cell after some time that goose down to 1Amp and the more the cell's getting to there max the charging current is going down. No over loading at all . All the comments of to heavy charging current of 1.5Amp are exaggerated and based on nothing .If you do not own this charger you can not judge it.