2 Pack GE Polarized Grounding Adapter, Turns 2-Prong Outlets Into 3, For $1.27 From Amazon

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2 Pack GE Polarized Grounding Adapter, Turns 2-Prong Outlets Into 3, For $1.27 From Amazon

This was selling for $6.60 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

  • Power Pair: Get 2 outlet adapters for one price with the GE polarized grounding adapter 2 pack
  • Transform: A 2 prong outlet can be changed to receive 3 prong plugs and continue to get grounding protection
  • Easy to Install: Plug in the outlet adapter and fasten the green tab under the metal wall-plate mounting screw to complete the grounding path
  • Rating: This outlet adapter has an electrical rating of 15A, 125VAC, and 1875Watts max; Total power outlets:1
  • Top Brand: GE is a top brand in outlet adapters, surge protectors and power strips
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David R

Another way to transform your two pronged outlet, if you have the skill set, is with something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Leviton-T5320-W-Straight-Resistant-Receptacle/dp/B0015R9M2Y

Asher

That is definitely a better way to do it. These plugs don’t support higher amperage devices, and they are not really grounded – they rely on the receptacle being connected to a metal stud. If you have wood studs (which most houses that still have 2-prong outlets are likely to have), the grounding is extremely weak.

Safety first. Do it yourself if you can or pay an electrician to come and change all those 2-prong outlets into fully grounded 3-prong ones. The safety is well worth the expenditure.

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everything is polarized in this day and age

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