Tom Chambers new furniture covers score top marks

by | Sep 23, 2019 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

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Trade response to the new furniture covers from Tom Chambers has been outstanding.

Launched at Solex, the new range is already listed in garden centres.
 
The covers bring a completely new approach to protecting outdoor furniture and BBQs.
 
They’re made from a stylish and contemporary woven material, producing a luxury feel, new to the UK market.
 
The covers protect furniture and add to the appearance of the garden or patio.
 
The Tom Chambers RainGuard PVC free material is water repellent. It’s also weather proof, adding year-round protection against the elements.
 

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Heavy duty aluminium eyelets with extra strong bungee cords ensure firm security. 
 
The packaging, with product information and graphics, uses the same material as the covers. A free-standing display module is available.
 
Vicki Medley, Marketing Director said “We recognised a gap in the market for covers that offer more than protection.
 
“The new Tom Chambers covers are made from a fabric which is new to the sector. It moves the category to a completely new level.
 
“The new material is available from Day 1 with no phasing in. The Retailers may benefit from this new and advanced range immediately”.
 
Tom Chambers is a family business with over 50 years’ experience. It has a reputation for producing top quality products for the garden market.

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