Wilkinson Sword launch new tools

Wilkinson Sword has unveiled a brand new look for its carbon steel range.

The collection, previously available in black, has now turned green with an all-new look and finish.
The carbon steel collection consists of 15 products, five of which are hand tools and the remaining
10 are long handled. The range is led by the digging spade and fork. Other products include a draw hoe; Dutch hoe; three prong cultivator; and a lawn edging knife alongside a garden rake and a lawn rake. The five hand tools consist of a weeding fork, a hand trowel, a transplanting trowel, a patio scraper and a weed grubber.
Garden division general manager Nick Hills said: "The carbon steel collection is one of our
most popular ranges as it spans a large range of gardening tasks. We decided to rejuvenate the
range following customer feedback where we learnt that gardeners want something where the
aesthetics match the performance capabilities. It’s not style over substance - with the new range the
design is just as good as the functionality."

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