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Now available: Corona's high-quality garden tools from the USA

This summer brings exciting new opportunities to retailers, with Corona’s long-lasting tools from the USA now available in the UK and available through Burgon & Ball. These premium tools from the States are now in stock and available for immediate despatch.
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Now available: Corona's high-quality garden tools from the USA
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Now available: Corona's high-quality garden tools from the USA

This summer brings exciting new opportunities to retailers, with Corona’s long-lasting tools from the USA now available in the UK. Previewed to great acclaim at GLEE, these premium tools from the States are now in stock and available for immediate despatch.

For decades, Corona has been a by-word for quality in North America. Professionals and keen gardeners alike rely on Corona cutting tools, hand tools and long-handled tools for their long-lasting durability and performance. These trusted tools combine superb engineering with the highest quality materials and advanced technical design, to ensure that Corona tools are more than up to the job, however tough it gets.

The Corona ranges specially selected for the UK market include high quality cutting tools, saws, axes, digging tools and long-handled tools. These ranges offer a wide choice of designs, incorporating advanced technical features to create the perfect tool for every task - and for every gardener. Ranges include the MAX FORGED range of professional-grade tools built for strength and durability, and the ComfortGEL family of feature-rich tools for the keen domestic gardener; tools such as the patented FlexDIAL branch and stem pruner with adjustable dial for a custom fit (RRP £34.99).

Corona Tools is America’s leading tool innovator. From its beginnings in the Southern California orange groves back in 1928, when the invention of a small shear for harvesting oranges revolutionised the citrus industry, the manufacturer recently celebrated 90 years of growth, innovation, and engineering expertise.

Since its inception, Corona has excelled at combining the best of American engineering with a can-do approach to solving real problems. Its MAX tools offer the lasting sharpness, strength and durability which hard working landscape professionals depend on, season after season.

Corona tools are now available in the UK through Burgon & Ball because we are now also a part of the Venanpri global family of the finest hand tool brands, already home to Corona Tools. For further information, including a catalogue showing the complete range of tools, please visit www.coronatools.co.uk, talk to your Area Sales Manager, or call our friendly trade sales office on 01202 684141.

 

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