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    • Hello Fabian!

      I’ve asked this question to Hurom’s customer service in the past. They say there are two models available for this juicer, depending on which country you buy it in (or from): 120 V and 220 V.

      Usually, most appliances can operate at a +/- 10% power line variance, so if you buy the 120 V Hurom H-AA model, it should work fine with your 110 V outlet.

      Thank you for your question! :-)

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