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Hi all! As the title suggests,I’m looking for your recommendations on the best rcbo boards available at a reasonable price. Doing my best to move away from dual rcd boards, but a lot of customers just wont pay the money for Rcbo’s. Any recommendations very welcome.
 
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Read the recent posts on Fusebox boards.

 
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Read the recent posts on Fusebox boards.

I follow them on Twitter & Instagram. I know lots of people do rate them, but that’s just what I see on social media, and as we know sometimes things aren’t always as they seem on social media.
 
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I’ll offer some feedback soon, I’m fitting one this Friday 🤞
 
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i use BG. with the compact RCBOs. good price from screwfix. even better from TLC.
 
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I quite like the Lewden range. Never had a problem and very competitively priced.
 
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Attached are photos of a couple of Fusebox ones from last week (a 14 way, and a somewhat under-utilized 10 way). The RCBOs are not compact, but at least they don't have trailing earth leads.

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Attached are photos of a couple of Fusebox ones from last week (a 14 way, and a somewhat under-utilized 10 way). The RCBOs are not compact, but at least they don't have trailing earth leads.

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Hi SJD, nice neat boards..

Just wondering what they are like in terms of quality.. Decent cage clamps, x1 and x5 all good results, well placed knockouts (that actually knock out without bending the casing), etc etc..

Your knowledge, or others, on these boards would be appreciated... Ta..
 
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I've been using Lewden for the past couple of years due to them being a cost effective option. Quality is good and reliable.

Hager are still the best that I've used for quality and longevity in my opinion. Expensive in the comparative marketplace though.

I've been putting off using fusebox for a year or so to see how the company shapes up, but it looks like they are achieving stability despite being a fledgling company with massive initial uptake. I might have to have a go soon.

SBS are another contender but have recently undergone changes to the company so we will see how stable they shape up. I really rate the system they have opted for though.

My issues with SBS and fusebox are that mail order only options leave you a bit high and dry sometimes unless you invest in a personal stock. Fusebox are seeping into more and more wholesalers though
 
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