Wilkinson Sword returns to UK garden centres

Wilkinson Sword is back In Britain's gardens with a full product range, including a multi-purpose Space Saver click system, and plans to "reclaim its role as Britain's premier garden tools brand".

The new range includes pruners, click and use interchangeable tools, classic stainless steel spades, forks, rakes and hand-tools.

All products carry a ten-year guarantee.  

Most of the Precision Pruners are designed and manufactured in Germany.

For the first time Wilkinson Sword is introducing an interchangeable garden tool system – the Space Saver Click system.   There are handles of varying lengths so that gardeners of all heights can work with a comfortable, straight back.  There is also a Click hand-tool range to click into these handles.

Stainless steel tools are designed for amateur and professional gardeners.

Marketing head Louise Turton said: "There is a product and a price to suit everyone and quality and design are the hallmarks of everything that carries the iconic Wilkinson Sword brand name."

An economy range of pruners, shears and loppers are also covered by the ten-year guarantee.

The new range of Wilkinson Sword Garden Tools Products will be available in garden centres and gardening retail outlets for spring. 


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