Brushed Chrome 3 Gang 2 Way Toggle Switch with Black Insert
Brushed Chrome 3 Gang 2 Way Toggle Switch with Black Insert The Lombard Collection Brushed Chrome 3 Gang 2 Way Toggle Dolly Switch Screwless The Lombard Collection Brushed Chrome 3 Gang 2 Way Toggle Dolly Switch Screwless The Lombard Collection Brushed Chrome 3 Gang 2 Way Toggle Dolly Switch Screwless The Lombard Collection Brushed Chrome 3 Gang 2 Way Toggle Dolly Switch Screwless

The Lombard Collection Brushed Chrome 3 Gang 2 Way Toggle Dolly Switch Screwless

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This Brushed Chrome 3 Gang 2 Way Toggle Switch has smooth, rounded edges and subtle lustre and sheen finish give this collection an understated style which makes it compatible with most interiors making it a very popular choice.

Brushed Chrome and Satin Chrome/Steel finishes are often indistinguishable, though some believe that a satin finish is a little milkier. Either way, the brushed/satin finish on this Brushed Chrome 3 Gang 2 Way Toggle Switch diminishes light reflection and leaves a subtle lustre and sheen. The Lombard collection's distinctive appearance and stylish screwless finish provides a warmer tone than polished chrome and has the added benefit of hiding fingerprints and small blemishes.

The Lombard Collection comes in a choice of either black or, are a popular choice for more modern/contemporary interior styles.

Socket and switch finishes are an important consideration for interior design and styling and should be chosen to match their surroundings. If you have brushed chrome finishes in your kitchen (unit handles/appliances) or bathroom (towel rails etc), then this luxury Brushed Chrome 3 Gang 2 Way Toggle Switch will provide the perfect compliment. They work particularly well in modern and contemporary spaces and high traffic areas or for young families.

What is a 2 way switch?

If you need to use one or two switches to control a light, you need a 2-way switch. This allows for up to 2 switches to control one light. One-way switches are less common, so many use 2-way switches when just having one switch control one light.

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