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Kinetic Wireless Switches

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by securespark, 24 Aug 2020.

  1. securespark

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    Anybody use these?

    I am toying with the idea of using one because where I'd like the switch does not lend itself to running some hi-tuff.

    It's for a Masterseal 2 gang socket outside. I know some manufacturers do 16A versions.
     
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  3. AndyPRK

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  4. securespark

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    Cheers!
    I'll look at that in the morning.
     
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    Also cjr

    £20 switch
    £20 receiver

     
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    Watched that earlier. Good stuff.

    Looks like it'll save me a bit of hassle getting some unruly hi-tuff to the switch position.
     
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    These look good, I shall bear this system in mind if I have to add any more lighting.
    Adding wiring in this house is a nightmare.
     
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    Yes, they're great.
     
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