Product Reviews

Custom build switches with this flexible system. Select a faceplate and gridplate(s) to suit. Choose any combination of grid modules and simply clip them into the gridplate. Finally, screw on the faceplate.

Custom build switches with this flexible system. Select a faceplate and gridplate(s) to suit. Choose any combination of grid modules and simply clip them into the gridplate. Finally, screw on the faceplate.
Average Customer Rating:
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Rating Snapshot (2 reviews)
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1 of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Varilight Z0GP400W 2-Way 400W Dimmer White
Review 1 for Varilight Z0GP400W 2-Way 400W Dimmer White
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
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Modular clip-in use only
22 Feb 2014
By Harpo
, Midlands
"I notice that another reviewer has stated that this dimmer unit will not fit onto a faceplate if used as a direct lock nut style replacement.
Please be aware that this dimmer is modular, its meant to be used with a modular style clip-in faceplate, not on normal style locknut dimmer faceplate.
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Review 2 for Varilight Z0GP400W 2-Way 400W Dimmer White
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Would you recommend this product? No
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Design flaw - back to the shop
5 Dec 2013
By ClooneyClone
, London
"The thread around the spindle does not protrude far enough through a standard face plate to get a nut on. There must be less than one turn of thread available. I don't know how this design ever made it from the drawing board to the factory. (I did wonder why it was so cheap.) Screwfix were very good about refunding me though."