Maybe countries in Asia, Middle East, Africa. I wouldn't be surprised that they're even for sale in PRC, Hong Kong and Taiwan (even though Taiwan uses American style plugs).
If the wire gague is made big enough, wouldn't a Europlug be able to handle that amp load? Considering how under-rated and over-designed a lot of British and European plugs seem to be...
I noticed a certain plug design that they're featuring has been ripped off from an American manufacturer (or should I say marketer. The actual plugs are now made in Cooper's factory somewhere in Mexico ).....
[This message has been edited by SvenNYC (edited 01-04-2004).]
#139921 - 01/04/0401:40 PMRe: Scary chinese-made electrical accessories... for what market?!
I'd have to check, but I believe the Leviton fittings have the screws flat against the plug face. I know the Cooper ones are vertical to the face (Cooper uses the same face for their metal clad, rubber, and lexan plugs, and I have plenty of the last two around, as I almost exclusively use Cooper fittings)
#139928 - 04/29/0411:30 AMRe: Scary chinese-made electrical accessories... for what market?!