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1 Gang 2 Way Push Trailing Edge Intelligent LED Dimmer 5-100W BG Nexus Brushed Steel Raised Plate

1 Gang 2 Way Push Trailing Edge Intelligent LED Dimmer 5-100W BG Nexus Brushed Steel Raised Plate

This is a 1 Gang 2 Way Push Trailing Edge Intelligent LED Dimmer Brushed Steel for loads of 5-200W I..

Model: NBS81P

£14.38 Ex. VAT

1 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Polished Brass Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

1 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Polished Brass Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

This is the Heritage Brass LP1.871.TED, a 1 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W in Polished ..

Model: LP1.871.TED

£41.26 Ex. VAT

1 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Polished Chrome Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

1 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Polished Chrome Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

This is the Heritage Brass LP2.871.TED, a 1 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W in Polished ..

Model: LP2.871.TED

£41.26 Ex. VAT

1 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Satin Chrome Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

1 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Satin Chrome Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

This is the Heritage Brass LP3.871.TED, a 1 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W in Satin Chr..

Model: LP3.871.TED

£41.26 Ex. VAT

1 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Satin Nickel Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

1 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Satin Nickel Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

This is the Heritage Brass LP5.871.TED, a 1 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W in Satin Nic..

Model: LP5.871.TED

£41.26 Ex. VAT

2 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Polished Brass Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

2 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Polished Brass Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

This is the Heritage Brass LP1.872.TED, a 2 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W in Polished ..

Model: LP1.872.TED

£63.62 Ex. VAT

2 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Polished Chrome Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

2 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Polished Chrome Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

This is the Heritage Brass LP2.872.TED, a 2 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W in Polished ..

Model: LP2.872.TED

£63.62 Ex. VAT

2 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Satin Chrome Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

2 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Satin Chrome Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

This is the Heritage Brass LP3.872.TED, a 2 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W in Satin Chr..

Model: LP3.872.TED

£63.62 Ex. VAT

2 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Satin Nickel Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

2 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Satin Nickel Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

This is the Heritage Brass LP5.872.TED, a 2 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W in Satin Nic..

Model: LP5.872.TED

£63.62 Ex. VAT

3 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Polished Brass Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

3 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Polished Brass Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

This is the Heritage Brass LP1.873.TED, a 3 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W in Polished ..

Model: LP1.873.TED

£93.92 Ex. VAT

3 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Polished Chrome Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

3 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Polished Chrome Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

This is the Heritage Brass LP2.873.TED, a 3 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W in Polished ..

Model: LP2.873.TED

£93.92 Ex. VAT

3 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Satin Chrome Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

3 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Satin Chrome Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

This is the Heritage Brass LP3.873.TED, a 3 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W in Satin Chr..

Model: LP3.873.TED

£93.92 Ex. VAT

3 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Satin Nickel Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

3 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W Satin Nickel Low Profile Plate, Richmond Elite

This is the Heritage Brass LP5.873.TED, a 3 Gang 2 Way Trailing Edge LED Dimmer 10-120W in Satin Nic..

Model: LP5.873.TED

£93.92 Ex. VAT

2 Gang 2 Way Push Trailing Edge Intelligent LED Dimmer 5-100W BG Nexus NBS82-01 Brushed Steel Raised Plate

2 Gang 2 Way Push Trailing Edge Intelligent LED Dimmer 5-100W BG Nexus NBS82-01 Brushed Steel Raised Plate

This is a 2 Gang 2 Way Push Trailing Edge Intelligent LED Dimmer Brushed Steel for loads of 5-200W I..

Model: NBS82P

£23.18 Ex. VAT

Screwless 3 Gang 2 Way 5-100W LED Dimmer Push ON/OFF White Plastic Hamilton Hartland CFX 7WC3XLEDITB100WH

Screwless 3 Gang 2 Way 5-100W LED Dimmer Push ON/OFF White Plastic Hamilton Hartland CFX 7WC3XLEDITB100WH

This is the Hamilton Hartland CFX 7WC3XLEDITB100WH white plastic (screwless) push LED dimmer - 3 Gan..

Model: 7WC3XLED

£67.69 Ex. VAT

Screwless 4 Gang 2 Way 5-100W LED Dimmer Push ON/OFF White Plastic Hamilton Hartland CFX 7WC4XLEDIT100WH

Screwless 4 Gang 2 Way 5-100W LED Dimmer Push ON/OFF White Plastic Hamilton Hartland CFX 7WC4XLEDIT100WH

This is the Hamilton Hartland CFX 7WC4XLEDIT100WH white plastic (screwless) push LED dimmer - 4 Gang..

Model: 7WC4XLED

£87.34 Ex. VAT

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