WOLF-Garten to demonstrate versatility at Glee 2016

by | Aug 19, 2016 | News | 0 comments

For visitors to Glee 2016, a trip to the WOLF-Garten stand 19C50 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 cultivation, tree and shrub care and general garden maintenance.

WOLF-Garten will be introducing a new range of saws, as well as an updated handle for the brand?s innovative multi-change? range. Not only this, but the 72v battery range of mowers will no doubt be an attractive draw to many Glee attendees.

The show will see additions to its already extensive range of pruning saws with some exciting new models, meaning that everyday sawing tasks can now be taken care of with a WOLF-Garten product. Most of these saws can be used with their innovative multi-change? telescopic handles, meaning that you can tend to your trees without ever having to take your feet off the ground.

The iconic multi-change? range has also been extended, with the creation of a new telescopic handle, which provides more flexibility and practicality than ever before and is ideal for allotment gardeners. With this handle taking up less space than a standard handle, it is perfect for popping in the boot of a car and carrying around. With shed crime on the increase, this handle means that people working on their allotments can now carry their entire tool kit in their boot. The handle fits over 60 of the various tool heads, which look after everything from cultivating to cutting, and anything in-between.

Also on the stand will the brand?s 72v battery range of mowers, which launched earlier this year. The range of mowers has been incredibly successful since its debut, and it is easy to see why. Within the range are three models;? each model suitable for differing lawn sizes with 34cm, 37cm and 40cm cutting widths.

For further information about all of these products visit http://www.wolfgarten-tools.co.uk

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