I suspect that they can wriggle out of the requirement to fit a plug (for sale in UK) by saying that it "requires hardwiring"?As there is absolutely no difference between an FCU and a socket and plug, it surely - for sale in the UK - should be supplied with a moulded plug on the flex if suitable.
Indeed, but I suppose by saying that it requires a "13A Supply" and a "Fused Spur", this means that the "Fused Spur"/FCU has to ciontain a 13A fuse.You will note that it states "Power supply" [not fuse]- 13A. (Requires hard wiring to a fused spur) - This must be written in the UK because of the incorrect use of 'fused spur'.
Indeed - which is why I offered the suggestions and asked the questions above. However, we now know that the model numbers of both include "UK", so presumably even the second one is intended for sale in the UK - which makes it even stranger.The other one states "Power supply" - 16A (Requires hardwiring to a dedicated circuit) - This appears to be the normal for appliances in Europe.
Kind Regards, John