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Old 09-17-2011, 10:55 AM   #31
koland
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Originally Posted by HarryT View Post
Depends what "international" you're talking about. If you buy a Kindle in the UK, for example, it is supplied with a wall charger.

Not that it really matters; it's just a standard USB wall charger, and they can be picked up for peanuts.
The issue would be if it would work in your country. The one from the US only works here and a few other countries; I'm not sure where the UK plug works (other than "not here").

Since the OP is in the EU, he/she probably can't use the plug from either country, the one shipped to Europe is no doubt fine (and the only one possible to order, without having a US edition reshipped from a US address). It did look like the UK model has better coverage in some northern European regions - but it can't be ordered in the EU.

Once received, though, the registered address will determine the books seen and prices paid; for that, the OP may be best off using a US address and credit card.
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