LaPopeArmadillo (lapopearmadillo) wrote in pkmncollectors,
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SSS GETS~!! And HELP! I need advice!!!

I've been waiting for a few small packages to show up lately, but the other day this HUGE one showed up out of the blue. It was pretty big, so I didn't think it could possible be my SSS partner.

Such a large box called for a large plush to help unbox it! So Wash, my 1:1 Turtwig, jumped unto the scene! =0

It's another Turtwig! And some other goodies! Looks like it was from my secret swap partner after all! :D

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I got the Turtwig Mascot plush, a cute little towel, some versus cards and a Turtwig shopper bag! It wasn't on my wishlist or anything, but I've actually been looking for that shopper bag for quite awhile! :D And the note has such cute drawing on it! My partner didn't actually sign their name, but I'm guessing it must be riolu?

There's still something really big taking up the box though. What could it possible b-

heavybreathing

AHHHH

AHHHHHH

AHHHHHHHHHH~!!

IT'S A NIP 7-11 LOTTERY TOASTER. I CAN'T EVEN. ;A; TALK ABOUT GOING ABOVE AND BEYOND. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!

I was so excited about this I tried making toast with it right away... which actually proved to be a terrible idea. :'D I guess the Japanese wattage is too powerful or something. I turned it on and it was insanely bright (for a toaster), so I looked to see if everything was working okay and my eyes almost immediately dried out from the sheer heat of it. I managed to unplug it and cool it off before any real damage happened to the toaster... ;w;

I'm very determined to get this to work though! It is SUCH A NICE GIFT. And I really want to be able to use it and make Pikachu toast! ;w;

FOR THOSE OF YOU JUST JOINING UNDER THE HELP ME CUT~

My SSS Partner gave me this AMAZING Japanese Toaster, and I want to use it here in America. I have a problem where it heats up DANGEROUSLY HOT though. I'm not sure if it's because our volt system is different (America is 110v, I think Japan is 220v??) or maybe the wattage of the product? (this toaster in particular is 715w).

I hear certain Japanese products like hair dryers are dangerous to use in America because of reasons like this. I guess toasters might fall in that same category?

Would anyone maybe know what I can do to make this toaster safe for me to use? Would I need a certain type of power converter or what? D:

EDIT: This is written on the bottom of the toaster!
"AC100V 50/60Hz 715W"

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