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MK 13A White Switched Single Socket with neon

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Product Details

Product Information

Raised screwed profile socket with neon with plastic white finish.

  • Suitable for Internal use
  • Guarantee - 20 year Manufacturer

Features and Benefits

For your safety, electrical products must be installed in accordance with local building regulations. If in any doubt, or where required by the law, consult a competent person who is registered with an electrical self-certification scheme.

  • BS 1363 socket: 35mm(W)x34.2(H)x22.3(D)

Technical Specifications

LocationInternal
Width (mm)86mm
MaterialPlastic
Surface finishPlastic
Colour descriptionWhite
ProfileRaised screwed
Amp rating13A
Number of gangs1
Number of polesDouble pole
Light technologyNeon
Voltage250 V
Pack quantity1
StandardBS1363 pt2: 2010
ModelK2657RPWHI
Product code5017490327260

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2.6 / 5(5 reviews)

Simple to fit and connect

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Eyelaserman - 1 year ago

I needed a neon equipped switch - exactly what I got!

not easy to use

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cr49 - 1 year ago

screws will not hold down the wires - awful product!

Not the quality I expected!

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CR29 - 1 year ago

Poor quality product - I'll fitting screws would not hold the wires!

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Wat26 - 2 years ago

Good manufacture of product and easy to fit.
Good quality finish with rounded corners to faceplate.

Not easy to fit

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mr b 2015 - 3 years ago

I bought an Mk plug socket yesterday to replace an old broken socket. It was meant to be easy to fit! The difficulty is if your cables are short and cut back to copper the holding contact mechanism doesn't screw down far enough. The design I suspect relies on the thickness of the cable coverings with only a minimum of copper. It is not like the traditional design of simply screwing the copper end down ( as say you would with a standard uk plug). I gave up and as it was fair distance to b&q simply popped out and bought a standard plug from the local electrical supplier.