Choccies and flowers are all very well…but why not give something different to your loved one this Valentine’s Day?
The gift of sustainable battery lawn and garden care has to be high on the list for anyone who enjoys making the best of their patch of green!
For gardening tools and mowers which are not only kind to our wallets but also beneficial for our planet, STIGA is the place to come.
Ensuring maximum performance and efficiency with impeccable results, this bountiful choice of cordless products is the way to go for making your Valentine happy!
SAB 700 AE – Cordless leaf blower
Light, powerful and long-lasting, the SAB 700 cordless leaf blower makes clearing leaves and debris a breeze. When powered with a 48V 4Ah battery, it delivers impressive running times of 120 minutes at low speed, 26 minutes at medium speed, and 18 minutes at full speed.
Its efficient ventilation grid on both sides and on the lower part improves airflow and efficiency, and you can easily choose between three speeds using the intuitive keypad.
£210 (a CASH BACK product)
HT 500e – Cordless hedge trimmer
If you desire power and precision, you will find it’s all packed into this cordless hedge trimmer! Driven by a 48V 2Ah battery, the HT 500e hedge trimmer gives you up to 50 minutes of low-vibration, low-noise, zero-emission cutting on one charge.
You’ll cut through hedges, branches and bushes with ease thanks to its 58cm hardened steel dual-action blade and 180° rotating handle too!
£159 (a CASH BACK product)
Buy 2 x 48V ePower handheld tools highlighted from the list in yellow and green and claim 15% cashback off each product. Both products must be purchased in the same transaction. This promotion runs from 1st February 2024 to 31st May 2024.
These products are available for purchase online at www.stiga.com/uk
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