Make getting to those hard to reach sockets a thing of the past with our clever Foot Switch. Simply plug the main unit into the socket and place the robust foot control in a convenient position to operate any appliance. With a generous 1.6 metre lead, the Foot Switch can be placed just where you need it - whether running under the sofa or from behind that awkward sideboard. Useful LED indicators let you know at a glance when the power is on. The Foot Switch is a great solution for anyone with reduced mobility and includes a useful adhesive pad to allow the control to be wall mounted. Invaluable anywhere your hands may be full, wet or messy and ideal as an instant-off Eco button to avoid those power-hungry standby modes - you'll wonder how you ever coped without one. Generous 1.6m lead. Use on any electrical appliance. LED power on indicator. A great solution for anyone with reduced mobility. Can be wall mounted with supplied adhesive pad.
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