"These are reasonable and simple to fit and comply..... just the job and help reduce costs on a multi eaves lighting job, better than using junction boxes and quicker to install prewired lighting units."
"Picked up a couple of these sockets from my local counter i knew they where not the best product avalable but the budget was close on the job. The enclosure is nice and tough the knockouts require either a sharp knife to remove or a 20mm hole saw bad points are the terminals are very shallow and small and the screws you need a really small 2.5/3mm terminal to unscrew them, also the two socket outlets require you to fit a link between them which is extra time on the job stripping a scrap of twin to make link wires. The screws that hold the faceplate to the backing box chew up very easily."
"Have bought this and what a load of rubbish. There are 2x 13a sockets. Have to interlink them in to terminals that are more suitable for 1mm /1.5mm . Only 2 fixing holes. Cost £14 and was expecting something better, value this unit @ £5."
"When electrician arrived he discovered that each gang had to be wired separately. Did not have time to return product so could only have one gang wired as not enough armoured cable to do both. Very disappointing."
"Cheap, but exactly as described by the previous reviewers. IP55 rated ? I don't think so. The insides of mine have rotted due to water ingress, the screws inside have rusted and will have to be drilled off to chuck the whole thing in the bin. If I could rate this item with zero's I would. Spend the extra money on an MK or similar. If Screwfix read this I would suggest deleting it from the catalogue, its that bad."
"Very flimsy construction, when fixed to flat surface the whole unit can move when opening flap. The flap only lifts to 90 degrees so a RCD cannot be plugged in. The casing also distorts when the two fixing screws are tightened, which makes it difficult to attach cover , also with two screws. No idea yet as to how weather proof the unit is, but have doubts."
"Very poor design. The two sockets have to be hard wire linked. The sockets for the wires are too shallow and the clamping screws are too small. Very difficult to get three wires into the sockets and almost impossible to tighten the screws when three wires are used (i.e. when a spur is require)."