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These are a really comprehensive kit and worth the money for the variety and quantity of devices they cover. They will do almost everything you will come across as an electrician!

Or cheap kit from screwfix, isn't bad and will cover most domestic installs.
https://www.NoLinkingToThis/p/essentials-lockout-kit-with-mini-pouch/2807F?tc=VA6
Damn linky won't work but you get the idea 2807F
 
These are a really comprehensive kit and worth the money for the variety and quantity of devices they cover. They will do almost everything you will come across as an electrician!

Or cheap kit from screwfix, isn't bad and will cover most domestic installs.

Almost every lock out kit is ridiculously overpriced in terms of their content. That one from B&Q is comparatively resonable and a more comprehensive kit than most others around that its price point.

I've built up a range of lock offs to fit pretty much everything from single module domestic up to MCCBs, although there's always a breaker for which I have nothing. Building up a good kit on the cheap has taken years of picking up ebay bargains and means a large number of lock offs for very small circuit breakers.
 
Almost every lock out kit is ridiculously overpriced in terms of their content. That one from B&Q is comparatively resonable and a more comprehensive kit than most others around that its price point.

I've built up a range of lock offs to fit pretty much everything from single module domestic up to MCCBs, although there's always a breaker for which I have nothing. Building up a good kit on the cheap has taken years of picking up ebay bargains and means a large number of lock offs for very small circuit breakers.
Couldn't agree more they are silly money, seems to be the way with safety equipment!
The B&Q one is the most comprehensive kit I have seen at an affordable price.
My lock off kit is much the same a combination of kits and individuals as I have needed them and left overs from bankrupt companies.
I wouldn't want to buy them again new it would be about 3days wages! :mask:
 
These are a really comprehensive kit and worth the money for the variety and quantity of devices they cover. They will do almost everything you will come across as an electrician!

Or cheap kit from screwfix, isn't bad and will cover most domestic installs.
Damn linky won't work but you get the idea 2807F
Thank you mate!
 
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