"i used three of these for a single light switch, a BT phone line box and a single gang plug socket. They were easy to install and the yellow tabs lock it securely in place through 12.5mm plasterboard. Standard size fronts screw quickly into the tabs and he whole installation is solid."
"Very good product. Strong and light with simple but effective locking tabs. On one wall, the overall plaster/plasterboard thickness was about 5mm thicker than the box would allow, but a simple modification allowed the tabs to accept the thicker wall."
"This deeper box gives more room for multiple or thicker conductors and the engagement with the plasterboard or other panel is quick and reliable. Knock outs easy to use without splitting the box. Overall a fine product."
"I recently bought my first house with plasterboard walls and needed to fill a hole cut into the wall by the previous owner to pass through an aerial cable. I bought this box and fitted it, then covered it with an modular aerial plate. The box was so easy to fit and works fantastically. I was amazed how easy it was."
"Bought this to replace originally fitted narrower box. Extra depth just what was required. Why do electricians leave everything just neat enough? All cables in the fitted box were squashed in. Easy to remove original box and even simpler to fit this one."
"I have used several of these boxes, both single and double. They lock into the wall very securely and cutting out the cable entry hole(s) is much easier than on some other boxes.
Unlike box types that have spring loaded retaining clips, if the screws for the electrical plate are too long no damage to the box will result... the screws simply project out behind the box.
The downside of this type of retaining clip is that it can be a fiddly to lock them in place.
They worked well on 12mm plasterboard with a thin skim of plaster but anything thicker and you will probably need to modify them with a Stanley knife... Just cut back the plastic latch to suit the material thickness."