Wilkinson Sword and WOLF-Garten to launch new tools at Glee

Wilkinson Sword will launch two new ranges at Glee (Birmingham NEC 12-14 September): the Carbon Steel Collection and a new range of axes.

Wolf-Garten 72 mower
Wolf-Garten 72 mower

The Wilkinson Sword Carbon Steel Collection consist of carbon steel tools heads and wooden ‘Y’ handles, with ash shafts on the Digging Spade and Fork, and the Border Spade and Fork. The epoxy green coating, along with the wooden handle, provides a traditional look. All of the tool heads have been riveted in place with long sockets.

Also launching at this year’s Glee is a range of lightweight axes. Within this new range are three axes, a hatchet, felling and splitting axe. 

Another EP Barrus brand, WOLF-Garten, is also at Glee and will be introducing a new range of saws, as well as an updated handle for the brand’s multi-change range. 

The show will see additions to its range of pruning saws with multi-change telescopic handles,.

The multi-change range has also been extended, with the creation of a new telescopic handle, which provides more flexibility and practicality than before and is designed for allotment gardeners. The handle fits 60 of the tool heads.



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