Handy unveils the latest gardening and DIY products

by | Feb 22, 2024 | News, Product News | 0 comments

Handy drops new catalogue for 2024 season

British garden manufacturer Handy has announced the arrival of its new catalogue and Monthly Dealer Promotions Calendar, both designed to provide retailers with valuable increased margins on a wide range of gardening and DIY products and ensure they have everything needed for the season ahead.

The new Dealer Promotions Calendar demonstrates Handy’s ongoing commitment to providing retailers with competitively priced products. Offering fully funded monthly promotions with improved margins and discounts, retailers can benefit from cost savings across a wide selection of gardening and DIY products from well-known brands such as Webb, Greenworks Tools and The Handy. 

To further support retailers, the new 2024 catalogue from Handy highlights the top brands and prices for the 2024 season, such as its latest range of Webb Rear Roller lawnmowers. Adding a touch of elegance to lawns with an attractive striped pattern, the incorporation of the classic rear roller also helps to enhance stability and control during the mowing process, offering users an all-round more comfortable mowing experience.  

Embracing the future of gardening with products designed to meet the evolving needs of eco-conscious customers, the new product and showcase brochure also includes the new Webb Eco range of garden machinery, which has been designed to offer gardeners an environmentally friendly and versatile gardening experience. 

With Handy’s commitment not just focused on new products but also to its strengthened partnerships with renowned brands, the new Green Book also showcases its durable range of AVA pressure washer products that tie in seamlessly with the Handy commitment to delivering products that stand the test of time. 

Stocking leading brands from: 

The Handy 
Q Garden 
Handy Parts 

To find out about trade prices and to place an order or to view the new Handy catalogue, visit www.handys.co.uk

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