Wednesday, 19 January 2011

pictures of the invisible Forbes and Lomax switches and sockets

Forbes and Lomax is famous for their Invisible Switch - the "invisible plate" switches and sockets. This range of invisible plate wiring devices manufactured by Forbes and Lomax have a design that is inspired by the 1930s glass switches - but they incorporate all the advantages of the modern technology. If you like the design of the room and you don't want to modify it by adding a "bulky switch" in a finish that doesn't match with the wall, why don't you use the Forbes and Lomax Invisible Lightswitch? Not only the switches, but also the sockets can be in an "invisible / transparent" finish.

The Forbes and Lomax 1GTW - Single Dolly Switch invisible plate brass dolly

The Forbes and Lomax 1GTW - Single Dolly Switch invisible plate brass dolly

The Forbes and Lomax 1GRD4 - Single Rotary Dimmer invisible plate with brass knob

The Forbes and Lomax 1GRD4 - Single Rotary Dimmer invisible plate with brass knob

The Forbes and Lomax SS13/PSX - single switched socket invisible plate white rocker

The Forbes and Lomax SS13/PSX - single switched socket invisible plate white rocker

The Forbes and Lomax European Sockets - French Socket 16A invisible plate

The Forbes and Lomax European Sockets - French Socket 16A invisible plate

The Forbes and Lomax ATW - Architrave Single Switch invisible plate brass dolly switch

The Forbes and Lomax ATW - Architrave Single Switch invisible plate brass dolly switch

The Forbes and Lomax R1GTW/B/B - Singe Rocker Switch invisible plate black rocker

The Forbes and Lomax R1GTW/B/B  - Singe Rocker Switch invisible plate black rocker