The Click Scolmore Sockets & Switches accessory range has something for every situation, from the basic functional switch to a sophisticated solution to any wiring needs created from the Minigrid modules, plates and systems. Their continued development of their products means they can always supply the most up-to-date sockets and switches to solve any wiring problems you may face when it comes to creating your perfect domestic wiring solution.
 
 
Click Scolmore offer their Switches & Sockets in various ranges, these are Click Deco, Click Define, Click Definity and the Modular Grid Range. All of these ranges are built with high quality and long-lasting performance in mind, to offer you amazing value for money on all of their decorative metal plate ranges.
 
 
The Deco Range offers a screwed normal plate finish for those who want a robust, high quality and well finished item to compliment their domestic home. This range of decorative metal wiring accessories feature the same modular switch design as all of the switch modules featured in the modular categories. This means that any of the modular range can be used in combination with the Deco range accessories.
 
 
The Define Range offers a screwed flat plate finish with a host of new design opportunities available in the following 5 decorative plate finishes; Stainless Steel, Brushed Steel, Polished Chrome, Black Nickel and Pearl Nickel. This comprehensive range includes contemporary self coloured ingot switches, and rotary dimmer switches. The modular construction of the standard range has been incorporated into the Define range allowing it to be used in conjunction with the Minigrid range of blank mounting plates - this means you can use this range for customised switching solutions to create a entire selection of options for your sockets & switches.
 
 
The Definity Range offers a screwless flat plate finish providing smooth, clean edges to create the ultimate finishing touch to the extensive range of decorative domestic electrical sockets & switches. Evolved from the well established Define flat plate range, it features all of the same attributes as the Define range but without the visible fixing screws. The screwless front plates are supplied independently in 5 assorted finishes, which means the initial installation of the product can be carried out before the final selection of the finish and fixing of the face plate.
 
 
The Modular Grid Range offer a selection of two different options, Minigrid modules and New Media modules, along with the Modular Grid front plates which are offered in an assortment of finishes including Polished Chrome, Stainless Steel, Black Nickel and many more. The module range works like a 'build your own' system allowing you to choose which finish along with the specific inserts that you require within your socket or switch.
 
 
Shop Click Scolmore Sockets & Switches today at The Electrical Counter and grab yours at well under trade prices!

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The Click Scolmore range is a unique range of electrical products for all domestic electrical wiring needs.

 

These products have become synonymous with innovation, quality and unprecedented value for money.

 

Available in this section are four ranges from the Click Scolmore range. These include the Deco, Define, Definity and Grid ranges.

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