Reno Review: Schneider Electric Pieno SwitchHome Appliances & Tech
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Switches used to hold a utilitarian albeit integral purpose in every household. Today, they’re made better-looking to cater to discerning home dwellers who understand how the finer detail in an interior can make even the most ordinary of abodes look stunning. This set of switches from Schneider Electric fuses form and function impeccably together. Here’s why they’re our top pick:
True to its name, the Pieno is reminiscent of piano keys. Elegant, glossy, and smooth to the touch. Built slim, its clean form melds seamlessly with the walls of your abode. We like to think of it as understated wall art. It adds a whisper of style to your living space without clashing with the décor.
Take your pick: Available in white and lavender silver to complement or coordinate with your interior
Aesthetic aside, its craftsmanship is nothing to be scoffed at either. This switch operates with a softer press, which means the kids stay asleep even after you’ve turned off the lights in their room.
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Installation for a 4-room HDB flat takes only half a day. It’s swift and fuss-free too – perfect if you’re time-crunched. Do set aside 45 minutes for the company’s technician to drop by your place to inspect your existing switches prior to installation. This ensures any hiccups can be resolved early.
So should you make the switch? This might help you with decision-making: the price package for a 3-room apartment starts from $382 for a complete overhaul, $488 for a 4-room flat, and $519 for a 5-room house. If you’re willing to stretch your budget, the Pieno is indubitably an investment worth making. Because it can stand up to the daily grind easily – and still look effortlessly chic.
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