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Keep your lawn looking lush and manicured with Skil’s powerful mowers, which allow you to adjust the height of their cutting blades and come with a large grass collection box. Skil’s hand mower also offers perfect results and boasts a unique five-blade cylinder that cleverly sharpens the blades with each rotation. Bosch’s cordless grass shears are comfortable and lightweight, making them great for tackling hard-to-reach areas – there’s no cord to restrict your movement or cut by mistake.
The same applies to Bosch’s handy cordless shrub shears, which make quick work of cutting and shaping shrubs. To maintain your hedges, they also offer a choice of corded or cordless hedgecutters. Need to tackle something bigger? Easy chain adjustment makes Skil’s chainsaws a pleasure to use.
Then sort out all those trimmings with Bosch’s rapid shredders, which are ideal for cutting soft, green garden material, or their quiet shredders that can be used for every type of garden material.
Speaking of tidying up, Bosch also offers a range of effective high-pressure washers and a cordless leaf blower that’ll make cleaning up leaves from patios and driveways a breeze. And, with three functions in one tool, the same can be said for Skil’s blower/vacuum, which is great for blowing, vacuuming and mulching leaves.
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Each gardening set includes these high-performance tools:
Bosch Aquatak High Pressure Cleaner, Bosch Cordless Hedge Trimmer, Bosch Lawnmower, Bosch Pruner, Bosch Garden Blower, Bosch Shrub Shear, Bosch Silent Shredder, Bosch Spray Gun, Bosch Glue Gun, Skil Rotary Drill, Skil Cordless Screwdriver, Skil Cordless Drill Driver NiCd, Skil Cordless Drill Driver Li-Ion, Skil Jig Saw, Skil Orbital & Multi Sander, Skil Lawnmower, Skil Hand Mower, Skil Chainsaw and Skil Blower.
For more information on how to enter see the September 2012 issue of Garden and Home Magazine. Competition expires on 30 September 2012.