Rechargeable Battery - 13-inch MacBook (aluminum)

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    Absolutely. The difference between the voltage and hertz between the US and Ireland is all taken care of by the power adapters which are typically built to facilitate both sides of the Atlantic. The only issue you have is the physical connector into the wall socked (Ireland uses the UK standard three prong sockets). But I assume you already have the necessary adapter to counter that. By the time the power reaches the battery though it's already regulated through the adapter....so in essence your battery has no idea and doesn't care about what country you are plugged into. Purchase away

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