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WAGO's 2017 Stock take

Please be advised that we will be holding our stock take at Rugby between the 20th and 22nd of December 2017. Our final shipment day from Rugby will be 19th December. Please ensure any parts required between 20th December and 2nd January are ordered by 19th December 10.00am to avoid disappointment. All current orders scheduled for delivery between 20th December 2017 and 2nd January 2018 will be despatched on or before 19th December.

The company will be closed from 16:00 22nd December 2017 and will re-open at 08:45 on 2nd January 2018.

It's a Clear Winner


WAGO's new 221 Series of compact lever connectors delivers faster, simpler, safer installation of conductors. Extremely compact design, transparent housing and a wide range of other features put the 221 Series in a class of its own.

  • 32A rating for solid, stranded or fine-stranded conductors
  • 40% smaller than its predecessors
  • Ideal for difficult-to-access installations
  • Transparent housing enables easy checking of conductors
  • For lighting, HVAC, blinds, intercoms, security, pumps and motors
  • 2, 3 & 5 conductor versions available

Try now by buying a 221 Series Compact Lever Selection Case

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