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Seen a lot of my trusted electrician on YouTube , in fact he operates about 20 minutes up the road from where I live

I like the fact he works to a good standard but his love affair with copex flexing tube is a bit worrying

He must have shares in the company I reckon
 

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I like the look of it. I'd be interested to see how much cheaper the quote would be without all that copex.
 

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Well he talks some nonsense doesn't he!

Of course there's no volt drop when there's no load on the sockets!
 
I like the look of it. I'd be interested to see how much cheaper the quote would be without all that copex.
If he uses this cheap nasty stuff from screwfix then it probably only an extra £20 to each job running his cables in flexi tube

it possibly even works out cheaper than using mini trunking
 

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"There's a lot less regulations you've got to worry about, fixing things inside a shed." (about 40s in).

521.10.202 (support of wiring systems) doesn't apply to sheds, then? News to me.
 
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