Saw through your gardening and try a powerful cable-free alternative with Wolf-Garten at Gardeners’ World

by | Jun 7, 2016 | News | 0 comments

For anyone visiting this year?s BBC Gardeners? World Live, a trip to the Wolf-Garten stand (G200) is a must! Here visitors will be able to see a wide range of tools from the company who offer the total gardening solution for lawn care, soil and cultivation, tree and shrub care and general garden maintenance.

Visitors will have the opportunity to see product demonstrations across the range, whilst receiving specialist advice, and will even get to test out products, meaning that they will really get to feel the quality of the brand for themselves.

One of the most exciting new ranges on show, sure to garner a huge amount of interest, is the 72v battery range of lawnmowers, which offers a real cable-free alternative.

Within the range are three models; the LIONPOWER34, LIONPOWER37 and the LIONPOWER40, with each model number referring to the cutting width in cm and each model suitable for differing lawn size.

Each model comes equipped with a 72Volt Lithium-ion battery and charger. The high performance batteries are 2.5Ah, have 180Watt hours and are fully charged in 60 minutes. If you are particularly short of time, there is even a super quick change option, which provides an 80% charge after just 45 minutes.

Whilst the Lithium-ion battery is a major talking point, the technological and design features do not end there. Each of these precision engineered mowers feature the ACC system ? Advanced Cut and Collect. This system generates a strong airflow to straighten grass stems before cutting, resulting in a beautifully even cut and accelerating the cuttings into the grass bag. The grass bag is equipped with a bag full indicator, a handy feature to let you know when it is time to empty.

Stop by stand G200 to find out more about this revolutionary range of mowers!

So that?s the lawn sorted, what about the trees? WOLF-Garten has got them covered too, with the brand?s range of pruning saws, all of which can be used with their innovative multi-change? handles, meaning that you can tend to your trees without ever having to take your feet off the ground!

The range includes a number of pruning saws, each perfectly designed for various jobs so that you can carry out tree maintenance from the safety of the ground by simply attaching the tool head to a multi-change handle.

The PC370MS Pruning Saw from WOLF-Garten benefits from specially designed teeth, for maximum cutting performance, has a?curved, Swedish steel blade, which provides effortless and smooth cutting at the optimum angle. The PC370MS can be used as a standalone hand saw, or integrated with a multi-change? handle, such as the four metre telescopic handle and when connected the safety clip prevents accidental release meaning you can be sure of safe sawing up to 5.5 metres.

The PC370MSPRO Professional Pruning saw is for those of you who want to feel like a real lumberjack! This saw has all of the benefits of the Pruning Saw, as well as a unique hook to prevent the blade from pulling out of the cut, and a bark knife to prevent tree damage.

The third pruning saw in the WOLF-Garten range is the Folding Pruning Saw which is ideal for thicker branches, with its triple ground teeth blade lasting up to five times longer than a standard blade. Its clever folding design means that this powerful blade can be folded neatly away for clean and safe storage.

Whatever your gardening needs, WOLF-Garten on stand G200 will have you covered at this year?s Gardeners? Live!

For further information about all of these products, and other items in the WOLF-Garten range, visit http://www.wolfgarten-tools.co.uk. You can also find WOLF-Garten on Twitter at @WGGardentools and on Facebook by searching for WOLF-Garten Garden Tools.

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