Hartland CFX Colours are newest additions to Hamiltons' best selling range
12 May 2011
Decorative electrical wiring accessories and lighting controls manufacturer Hamilton Litestat has announced a series of new additions to its popular Hartland CFX range – Hartland CFX Colours.The new glossy plastic switch plates and sockets replicate every detail of the best-selling metal Hartland CFX collection – even down to Hamilton’s patented concealed fixings system, which gives an even smoother look to the slim, contemporary plates.
Available in bright white, jet black and pillar box red, the new Hartland CFX Colours collection has been designed with aesthetics, functionality and value in mind. The sleek finish is attractive and tactile, whilst the practical, robust plastic provides a lower-priced alternative to the metal designs.
The availability of the plates in pillar box red is ideal for differentiating particular sockets in commercial and healthcare environments for safety reasons but also provides a fun option for brightly designed residential schemes.
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