Safety And Style

Upgrade your receptacles and switches

Published online: Jun 03, 2014 Industry
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Shore power is essential to boat owners, but they don't have to sacrifice the beauty of their houseboat's interior to get it. Hubbell Marine's new Style Line Decorator Receptacles and Switches provide owners with a safe connection to electricity and a stylish appearance, offering both function and form.

The receptacles' high-impact nylon face resists breaking, chipping and cracking. They will accept a locking fork terminal, complying with ABYC standards.

Featuring a smooth, high-gloss finish, the receptacles' rich appearance complements any décor. They're available in black, gray, ivory and white with matching wall plates and Hubbell Marine's wall-mounted receptacles and switches have a starting price of $2.45.

Hubbell's extensive product line of marine electrical components includes shore power inlets, cable sets, connectors, plugs, adapters, ground fault receptacles, weatherproof plates and accessories. (475-882-4838/www.hubbell-marine.com)

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