WIN hand tools worth £300!
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It’s competition time: WIN tools worth £300 from leading tools supplier Sealey
Country Smallholding has teamed up with leading tools supplier Sealey to offer a fantastic prize worth £300.
We are offering one lucky reader the chance to win a selection of hand tools of their choice from Sealey’s Premier range, subject to stock and availability.
All Sealey hand tools come with a lifetime guarantee* against manufacturing defects so, if you are the lucky winner of this fantastic prize, you may never need to buy any hand tools again!
With more than 1,400 products in Sealey’s Premier hand tool range, you may wonder where to begin choosing your prize. How about one of their new ‘lock on’ socket sets? These cleverly designed sockets are suitable for use on damaged sockets, where conventional sockets fail. The ‘lock on’ sockets excel because they feature specially machined flutes in walls of the socket. This enables use on up to 85% rounded fasteners and not only provides added strength, but also prevents damage to worn or rusted fixings.
Or maybe you would prefer one of the multi-coloured Premier spanner or socket sets, which not only look great but their colours make the different sizes easily identifiable.
The choice is vast and includes hammers, breaker bars, socket sets, spanners, extension bars, punches and chisels, torque wrenches, impact tools, complete tool tray sets and more. To view the complete range, visit Sealey’s website, www.sealey.co.uk, where you can also request a catalogue, view all the current special offers and locate your nearest stockist.
*No quibble guarantee covers individual items within sets. It excludes TRX-Star, T40 Bits Breaker Knuckles, drill bits, cutting blades and tap and dies. Repair kits will be sent out for most ratchet wrenches.
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