$1.17 ex. GST
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Choosing the right Clipsal switch is a personal, situational or design choice. There are many styles of Clipsal switches, each with its own benefits and features. How do you know which Clipsal switch is right for you?
The first step in choosing the right Clipsal switch is deciding the purpose of the switch. Are you looking for a single-switch (1 gang), a multi-way switch (multi-gang) or a combination switch?
Single gang Clipsal switches are perfect for simple tasks, like turning lights on and off.
Multi-way switches have two light switches to control two different lights. They come in handy when you want to turn two lights on or off at the same time or when you want to add extra light to a room.
A combination Clipsal switch has light switches and power points built into the same plate. Perfect for bathrooms - so you can use the hairdryer in the power outlet and turn the light switch above the mirror with the light switch.
Do you need the switch to be:
If you only need a standard one gang 10amp Clipsal light switch, choose a standard 10amp light switch. If you need a 20amp switch for larger loads, choose a 20amp light switch. And if you need a 32amp switch for oven control and larger motors, choose a 32amp light switch.
Brushed aluminium Clipsal Light Switch Covers are a favourite choice to spruce a room quickly. This colour matches perfectly with bathroom mirrors and light fittings. Or add them to your kitchen light switches to complement your stainless steel appliances.
Some Clipsal switches also come in Black.
The covers pull off with your hands, grab either side and pull towards you, and the cover should pop off. Sometimes paint makes them stick to the wall, so it is advised to carefully run a Stanley knife around the perimeter of the switch first, then carefully pop the cover off.
To replace the Clipsal Switches cover, push it into place, and the tabs will hold it firmly.