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If you've read my posts and noticed that I'm flying an Estonian flag, you might also spot when it changes to Italian this weekend. You might also have noticed over time that I am quite keen on certain European wiring materials and methods. For a bit of fun I'll post a few things that I like in this thread as I travel. Most countries that have their own regs have something to offer that is better or easier or safer, unfortunately you can't just pick and choose the features to create a gold-standard system as some are incompatible. E.g. I like Schuko plugs and I like 32A ring finals, but the two can't be used together.

To start us off, here in Estonia the wiring is standard European fare with a German basis. I went shopping and bought some materials, here are some examples of things you would not find in the wholesaler in the UK. Can you see anything here you would use to wire a cooker? (not that I wire cookers)

JB wiring demo coming shortly...

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