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RCD Adaptor - 3120 watts 240V maximum load £3 @ Homebase
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RCD Adaptor - 3120 watts 240V maximum load £3 @ Homebase

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Posted 5th MarEdited by:"reindeer333"

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Just noticed this adaptor seems to have reappeared in several stores (now available in 8/10 stores I checked). Unfortunately you cannot C&C the product so it is advised that you check whether your store has stock (via their stock checker) before travelling to purchase the item



Safety RCD adaptor for added protection against the risk of electric shock. It instantly cuts the power in the event of an earth connection leakage. It is non-latching, therefore power needs to be reset at each use and it is ideal for home appliance spike protection.

  • 13A fused
  • Double pole contact breaking
  • One Socket
  • 30mA trip speed 40mS (typical)
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Plenty of stock available... Great deal.. thanks @reindeer333
Fantastic! Loads of stock for a change! Nice one
Plenty of stock but pity you cannot reserve. Will see if any left locally tomorrow.
The description of the RCD Homebase give is quite poor, bizarre inaccuracies, but I have one of these and it's most recommended if you don't have RCD protection at your fuseboard, especially if you're using tools/equipment outdoors. Well worth £3
Edited by: "HyperLuminal" 5th Mar
Got last year,gets really hot just plugged in not sure how long it will last
HyperLuminal05/03/2020 08:30

The description of the RCD Homebase give is quite poor, bizarre …The description of the RCD Homebase give is quite poor, bizarre inaccuracies, but I have one of these and it's most recommended if you don't have RCD protection at your fuseboard, especially if you're using tools/equipment outdoors. Well worth £3


I do have fuseboard rcd's but the convenience of an rcd on an outdoor job close to hand is too good to miss.
(Climbing out of dirty boots,removing clothing attached detritus to then get to an awkward to access switch to flip)..vs re-set close to where you are operating, can save a lot of to-ing & fro-ing in general.
Mr_Gus05/03/2020 10:06

I do have fuseboard rcd's but the convenience of an rcd on an outdoor job …I do have fuseboard rcd's but the convenience of an rcd on an outdoor job close to hand is too good to miss.(Climbing out of dirty boots,removing clothing attached detritus to then get to an awkward to access switch to flip)..vs re-set close to where you are operating, can save a lot of to-ing & fro-ing in general.


Absolutely, though in my experience because theres no diversity between the RCD at the board and the plug-in one, more often than not you end up having to reset both should they trip
HyperLuminal05/03/2020 10:35

Absolutely, though in my experience because theres no diversity between …Absolutely, though in my experience because theres no diversity between the RCD at the board and the plug-in one, more often than not you end up having to reset both should they trip


Mine doesn't do that ..very often which was only found by testing & tripping around the house, but yup "sensitivities" variance within production n' other stuff.
very good price. plug your pressure washer into this for extra safety
Thanks, picked up a couple yesterday, £3 is a bargain, same one is £9 in Toolstation.
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