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Fiskars Wins Prestigious ‘Best Buy’ Award

Fiskars, one of the UK’s leading gardening tool brands, has been given a prestigious BBC Gardeners’ World ‘Best Buy Award’ for its PowerGear™ X Pruner M Bypass PX92.


The Best Buy Award is part of BBC Gardeners’ World’s ‘On Test’ feature, which rates tools in four key areas; handling, cutting, maintenance and value for money.


Fiskars’ PowerGear™ X Pruner PX92 is a winner in the ‘Secateurs’ category, after being named best for “repetitive pruning and cutting” thanks to being “comfortable and light, with an easy and smooth cutting action.”


Georgina Taylor, Trade Marketing Manager at Fiskars, comments: “We are extremely proud to be given this prestigious Best Buy Award. Here at Fiskars we are dedicated to making gardeners’ lives easier, and that shows through our PowerGear™ X Pruners. The tool is a true evolution of engineering and ergonomics, delivering exceptional performance that meets the needs of all types of gardeners, whether they are novice or experienced.”


Part of the state-of-the-art PowerGear™ X range, the Fiskars Pruners have been cleverly designed for ease, efficiency and comfort. With iconic orange detailing for increased visibility, and a special locking mechanism for safe practice, the PowerGear™ X Pruners are superior in every sense. With three times the cutting power of traditionally designed pruners, the PowerGear mechanism offers impressive power for bigger, more efficient cuts with less effort.


The PowerGear™ X Pruner range is available in Bypass Pruner M (RRP: £34.99), Bypass Pruner L (RRP: £38.99) and Anvil Pruner L (RRP: £34.99).

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