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https://fr.aliexpress.com/item/32955128 ... b201603_60

I like kinetic light switches but they used to be awfully expensive. The last single switch set I bought a year ago cost over £44 delivered but it and the other double and triple switch sets I'd bought previously have all worked perfectly.

:D So less than £18 delivered for this double switch set above seemed such a bargain I oredered one immediately. Hope it's as good as the existing ones that cost more than three times as much... the ones I have were relabeled but it seems probable they were made in China too. Will report back when I've fitted them.
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Tom wrote:
Fri Oct 04, 2019 8:26 pm
https://fr.aliexpress.com/item/32955128 ... b201603_60

I like kinetic light switches but they used to be awfully expensive. The last single switch set I bought a year ago cost over £44 delivered but it and the other double and triple switch sets I'd bought previously have all worked perfectly.

:D So less than £18 delivered for this double switch set above seemed such a bargain I oredered one immediately. Hope it's as good as the existing ones that cost more than three times as much... the ones I have were relabeled but it seems probable they were made in China too. Will report back when I've fitted them.
I have no idea what you are talking about - so that pleased me today :lol: :lol: :lol:
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bubbles1 wrote:
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Tom wrote:
Fri Oct 04, 2019 8:26 pm
https://fr.aliexpress.com/item/32955128 ... b201603_60

I like kinetic light switches but they used to be awfully expensive. The last single switch set I bought a year ago cost over £44 delivered but it and the other double and triple switch sets I'd bought previously have all worked perfectly.

:D So less than £18 delivered for this double switch set above seemed such a bargain I oredered one immediately. Hope it's as good as the existing ones that cost more than three times as much... the ones I have were relabeled but it seems probable they were made in China too. Will report back when I've fitted them.
I have no idea what you are talking about - so that pleased me today :lol: :lol: :lol:
I'm pleased someone else doesn't have a clue either. :D :lol:

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I'm pleased someone else doesn't have a clue either. :D :lol:
Just open the aliexpress link originally provided and scroll right down...

:lol: It'll be a light bulb moment.
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Very clever and affordable device. Works like a telerupteur but without the hassle of running wires to the switches. :good:
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💡Indeed! The modern version of the ones we have for the shutters.

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:D They are slim and neat and can even be stuck in place with the adhesive pad provided. No batteries or wiring needed, as Aardvark says
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