This means that you will not need a converter or transformer but just a travel adaptor, because France operates on a 230V supply voltage, which is within the 110-240V range that the dual voltage appliance operates on.
Are the plugs in France the same as UK?
In France the standard voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. You can use your electric appliances in France, because the standard voltage (230 V) is the same as in the United Kingdom. So you dont need a voltage converter in France, when living in the United Kingdom.
What do I need to charge my phone in France?
In order to supply power to the mobile phone using a French power outlet youll need a Type E USB power adapter and a USB 2.0 A Male to Micro B cable.
What is the difference between a travel adapter and converter?
The big difference between an adapter and a converter is electricity. While the purpose of an adapter is to simply help the plugs on your electronics fit into (or more aptly, adapt to the shape of) foreign outlets, a converters job is to change the voltage found in an outlet to match that of your devices.