WOLF-Garten proven to be a best buy

by | Jul 15, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Which?, the largest consumer body in the UK, has found the WOLF-Garten GTE850 electric corded strimmer to be one of its Best Buys in a recent review.

The WOLF-Garten GTE850 electric corded strimmer, retailing at ?94.99, was awarded to be a best Buy in the ?strimmer? category, gaining a hefty score of 74%

The addition of the ingenious wheels, designed to provide support and to help cut the grass to an even length, make this strimmer really stand out from the crowd. The second adjustable hand grip provides extra support and control, whilst the plant protection guard means that you will never again mourn the loss of your favourite flowers after an over-enthusiastic strimming session.

And it seems that the reviewers love the machine as much as WOLF-Garten do! In the review it is exclaimed that it, quite simply, ?works beautifully?. The review goes on to describe how the strimmer ?ran through our tests quickly and efficiently, leaving a neat finish. It had no problems with cutting down long grass and rough weeds, but it also worked particularly well when edging the lawn.? This is due to the unique Trim and Edge function. Also of note to the reviewer was the lengthy 20m cable and the extremely quiet operation.

The strimmer sailed through every task thrown at it, including edging and tackling woody vegetation, with the review echoing the brand?s belief in the product?s innovative design and ?functionality.

Nick Hills, Lawn and Garden General Manager commented: ?We are really proud to have received this recognition from Which? It is such a reputable and trusted organisation. We believe that our electric ranges are innovative and attractive so it is nice to see them receive such a great badge of honour!?

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