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Old 2nd February 2014, 11:16 AM
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The supply in the Philippines is 220V hot to ground, no centre tap. You may find it around the old US bases but it is rare.
We have a place for her mom and where we can vacation to around Clark and each faceplate has a 110 and a 220v outlet. Coincidence is its the same apartment we had 30 yrs ago!

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Back then there was a George Foreman in True Value Makati. Our GF was shipped from Canada to Phil and its 110 but our electrician wired 110 in our house when we were building it. Now all our transformers are just in the storage..

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McCalley I have seen Lowry's and Siracha sauce in the Royal and SNR. But like everything else supplies are never stable.
Yes SNR does carry a lot of item from the western world.

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you can get grills ,crock pots and roaster ovens in Davao City more expensive than in the USA, i would like a 20 quart roaster oven about $100 here $39 in the USA,and S&R has all the seasons, cheese, fresh milk etc
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McCalley I have seen Lowry's and Siracha sauce in the Royal and SNR. But like everything else supplies are never stable.
Thank you Jon my reply's are a little slow my computer is no longer working, will get another but I'm not in a hurry, money and quality is a factor.

Not sure what the Royal or SNR is? is that in Manila or are these chain stores, I live far south Luzon area but will be in Manila probably this week to take care of the yearly PBI stuff, thanks again.

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SNR there are 3 stores in Manila its a membership like Sams in the US. Royal is for OFW folks. Its really a duty free shop.

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