The Knightsbridge 2022 catalogue is out now; jam-packed with over 600 new products and full from cover to cover with great ideas, innovations and inspiration. For the latest, smartest and best solutions in wiring accessories and lighting, you won’t find a more comprehensive and informative read.
The handy A5-sized publication is divided into easy-to-reference sections and provides full product details along with high quality lifestyle photography and detailed product images. Helpful information about industry and product certification is also included in this edition, to aid installers in making informed choices.
The digital version also includes interactive links to relevant product webpages on the website, where further technical details are readily available to view and download when required.
The new catalogue features some exciting introductions including SpektroLED®, the first downlight to offer 40 permutations from the one product thanks to its selectable wattages, CCTs and choices of bezel.
With an eye on the smart home of the future, new additions to the Smart range include lamps, sensors and security camera, all controllable via the SmartKnight App.
Good design and good looks are never far behind technology and the 2022 edition showcases updates to the popular screwless switches and sockets portfolio, where Anthracite and Smoked Bronze finishes join the other contemporary styles. Lighting products across the board have been refreshed, with the bathroom receiving a real lighting makeover with the launch of several new lamp types.
For creative or dramatic lighting schemes there’s details of a new service available for wholesalers and the trade. Called Flex-cut, it will allow customers to make the most of LED Flex (LED strip lighting) products by allowing them to order LED Flex tailored to their particular specifications.
And in line with its Committed to a Brighter Future initiative, Knightsbridge has printed its 2022 catalogue using PEFC-accredited paper, which has been carbon balanced, a scheme pioneered by the World Land Trust. In short, carbon emissions from paper production are offset by the preservation of ecologically important forests, so continuing absorption of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.