C.K set to light up CEF Live

C.K, a hand tool brand for professional electricians, is set to return to CEF Live at the Birmingham NEC on June 6 and 7 (Hall 9, Stand 53).

C.K’s stand promises to be better than ever, with some exclusive show deals and product demonstrations available on its stand.

Amongst the show deals on offer will be:

  • K Magma Technician’s Wheeled Case, with a free dextro Screwdriver Set, for only £99.99.
  • A value pack including all an electrician needs to work in low light conditions, with the C.K dextro Slim Glo Screwdriver Set, plus a free LED head torch – all for only £29.99.
  • A never-before-seen deal featuring all your cable routing requirements for only £99.99, with the C.K Mighty Rod Pro Cable Rod Super Set 12m, plus free Spiraflex 10m and Gloworm 4m.

There will also be several product demonstrations on the C.K stand, including: the C.K Armourslice, which guarantees a perfect cut in half the time of traditional methods; the C.K Automatic Wirestripper, a must-have for every toolbox, cutting and stripping T&E cable in a fraction of the time; and the C.K VDE Combicutter, for safe, quick and easy damage-free wire stripping.

CEF Live will also offer two days of educational content from industry experts and leading suppliers. This year’s programme will be packed with fresh ideas and insights along with brand new, cutting-edge technology. Register today at ceflive.co.uk and attend the event to receive a £50 saving when you spend £100 or more at cef.co.uk

The C.K stand is expected to be busier than ever, so make sure you don’t miss out – find the company at Hall 9, Stand 53.

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