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Andy McIndoe works with Kelkay to develop themed collections
Make sure you visit on the final day of Glee
Johnsons Lawn Seed gets recharged at Glee
It's another win for Briers at Glee!
Novelty planters create interest for Apta
Whitefurze launch new range of self-watering planters at Glee
Patio Allotment Packs are a winner for Taylors
New-look Meadow View Stone
Zest 4 Leisure showcase new range at GLEE
SkALE Greenwall wins Best Product at Glee
Glee New Product Awards - Full list of winners
Great British Cards raise £18,000 for industry charities
Diarmuid Gavin congratulates MossOff
Try a cocktail on the Halewood Wines & Spirits stand
Bord na Móna GroWise Fertiliser range launched
Introducing Pedigree Garden the new generation of tools from Bulldog that are a breed apart
Tildenet with Bosmere on board takes another stride forwards
Malcolm Scott Consultants launches new services and concept at Glee 2016
Training elves...that's our business
Frosts, Blue Diamond, B&Q, Gardensite and John Lewis are winners in the Glee Buyers Power List for 2016
New controls and feeds range meets growing demand for eco products
Treadstone Products launches new merchandising support
Compass offers award-winning solution to garden centre catering
Unique range of cool boxes from Think Outside
Weber lines up its biggest ever marketing campaign for Genesis re-launch
18-hour trip to Glee...all the way from the Falklands
Block Blitz brings paving back to life
Gardena unveils mobile control system for watering and mowing
Bonningtons customer wins VIP trip to New York
STV key stockists lock in to increased profits
Cadac launch serious BBQ for cooking in small spaces
Pruning steps up a gear with redesigned Fiskars lopper
TRAMONTINA CHURRASCO - The original from Brazil.
STILL – “The World’s Finest Gardening Gloves”
CPL introduce the next generation biomass fuels
GIMA 'Buyers Connect' proves popular
No slip ups for Protek when it comes to exterior wood finishes
They're Houseplant Happy at Empathy
A New Star from Creative Products
Elementi - The Art of Fire
Stanley - Job Done from NAP Brands
New Aquabrush will be a hit with gardeners and active lifestylers
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Pruning steps up a gear with redesigned Fiskars lopper

Fiskars (19G56) unveiled its new generation of PowerGear X cutting tools at Glee yesterday. The engineering and ergonomics have evolved to make pruning and lopping easier than ever.

The pioneering PowerGear mechanism trebles the cutting power, significantly reducing the effort needed to prune. With super sharp PFTE coated precision blades designed to slice through the toughest wood, the tools are weather-resistant, virtually unbreakable and feature a new comfortable soft grip handles. The robust shafts are made of aluminium to reduce weight and increase control.

Vibrant soft-grip orange handles make the tools easy to locate in even the most overgrown setting. With rivets replaced by bolts, maintenance is easy, increasing performance and longevity. The new ergonomics have resulted in a lightweight hedge shear with more balance and control than ever before.

The new PowerGear X range (which also includes re-designed secateurs)  will be available to retailers in January 2017.

Above: James Wong, keen cook as well as gardener, highlights the new Fiskars Functional Form kitchen range.

The rising impoprtance of cook shops in many destination garden centres influenced Fiskars’ decision to use Glee to launch their new Kitchen range yesterday.

 “We know that there are correlations between people who love cooking and those who enjoy time in the garden,” said Fiskars commercial director Richard Carr .  “We know our retail customers are expanding into complementary areas in their garden centres and DIY stores – from home interior accessories, pets, gifts and importantly into food. We know that our Fiskars garden tools are a well-known brand, already recognised and respected in the garden trade. It makes perfect sense to offer customers a brand they recognise, with the values they trust and appreciate.”

The Functional Form range includes kitchen utensils, pans and knives, all competitively priced, creating a comprehensive but compact offer for garden and DIY retailers. 

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