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Does anyone know what a good competitive price I should be paying for the above?
 

Andy78

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What sort of RCBO ?
Type AC or type A ? reduced height or not ? 6kA or 10kA ?
 
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Purchased the reduced height ones (all 6kA and type A) online last week for £20 +vat. Unfortunately my local wholesalers can't beat that :(
I have got the same problem I know we don't purchase a lot but I get the same at the moment I want BG brushed steel my client got some for his current house from Electric Counter online but my local national wholesaler is a third more expensive. Being offered 6A type A RCBO ADA306G £17.95 +VAT is that a good price then?
 
If that is the reduced height device definitely a good price. Normally pay mid twenties with vat.
 

Matthewd29

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I have got the same problem I know we don't purchase a lot but I get the same at the moment I want BG brushed steel my client got some for his current house from Electric Counter online but my local national wholesaler is a third more expensive. Being offered 6A type A RCBO ADA306G £17.95 +VAT is that a good price then?
Currently fitting out a house with bg brushed steel that client supplied. Cheap rubbish and poor quality try to avoid it
 

Electrical2go

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HI,

With your 5% forum discount we come out slightly cheaper at £17.90 plus VAT and only £35 carriage paid (mainland UK) :)

ADA306G

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Ivan
 

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