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Wilkinson Sword Carbon Steel Draw Hoe

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Wilkinson Sword Carbon Steel Draw Hoe
Reference: WILK-1111234W
RRP: £14.99

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Wilkinson Sword garden tools carry a reassuring 10 year Guarantee!
To draw a small trench in the soil ready for planting use the Carbon Steel Draw Hoe. Made from quality carbon steel with a soft grip wooden ash handle.

The Wilkinson Sword Carbon Steel Draw Hoe

  • Quality Carbon Steel Head
  • Black epoxy finish for durability
  • Soft grip
  • Wooden ash handle

Description

Details

Product code: 1111234W
EAN Number: 5050581001977
Weight: 1.017kg
Overall length: 1440mm
Tool head width: 140mm
Blade length: 80mm
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Warranty

Wilkinson Sword garden tools carry a reassuring 10 year Guarantee.

We hope you will be happy using it. In the unlikely event that your product needs the guarantee service, please contact either wilkinson-sword@barrus.co.uk or telephone 0845 894 1599.

Please note that each product is guaranteed against defective material or assembly of material under normal usage. The guarantee applies to the original purchaser and covers faulty parts and the labour involved in replacing and repairing those parts, which are of original manufacture. To claim the guarantee you must have proof of purchase.

The guarantee does not cover

  • General wear and tear on the product i.e. blunt blades.
  • Any depreciation or damages caused by ordinary wear, rusting or corrosion, lack of correct maintenance or operation, misuse, abuse or accidental damage.
  • Failure or damage caused as a result of parts or accessories being modified without the written approval of E.P. Barrus Ltd.
  • The guarantee is non-transferable and is only applicable to the original purchaser.

Your legal rights reserved

Consumers have legal (statutory) rights under applicable national laws relating to the sale of consumer products. This guarantee does not affect statutory rights you may have nor those rights that cannot be excluded or limited, nor rights against the person from whom you purchased the product. You may assert any rights you have at your sole discretion.

Law

This guarantee will be governed by the laws of England and the English language.

How to claim your guarantee

Send an email to wilkinson-sword@barrus.co.uk with the following details on

  • Full Name
  • Address
  • Postcode
  • Contact telephone Number
  • The product name
  • Photograph of the product
  • A short description of the discrepancy
  • Proof of purchase

On receipt of email an assessment will take place and a decision will be made as soon as possible. You will be contacted directly with the response.

About Wilkinson Sword

Wilkinson Sword through the ages

Wilkinson Sword was founded by Henry Nock in 1772 in London. As its name suggests, Henry initially created the company to manufacture swords, as well as guns, at a time when there was a great demand - the American Revolutionary War began three years after he started the company and the Napoleonic Wars followed in 1803. However, over time the company began to diversify and develop its product lines, going on to manufacturer a wide range of items such as bayonets, typewriters, garden shears, scissors and even motorcycles!

Wilkinson Sword on the road!

In 1903 Wilkinson Sword built some of the earliest motorcycles in the UK. In 1911 they developed the Wilkinson TMC for military reconnaissance, but unfortunately it failed to impress and by the end of spring 1916 production came to an end and the company were called on to produce thousands of bayonets for the war effort.

German legacy

Traditionally a British manufacturer with three facilities throughout England and Wales, Wilkinson Swords production was consolidated in 2000 in Germany. Since its inception it has also been owned by several different companies before becoming the business it is now. However, the same quality of material, German engineering and forward thinking development are still employed today, especially in the Garden Tools sector.

Ethics

Wilkinson Sword did continue to make swords for a time, even crafting the ceremonial sword for Queen Elizabeth IIs golden jubilee in 2002 the ethics of the company and its approach to producing only the highest quality products, using the best raw material possible, has not altered.

Going forward Wilkinson Sword continued to push the boundaries and develop new technologies, and in 1962 it introduced the first stainless steel razor blade. This revolutionised the market as it meant users only required one blade per week rather than one a day, and very soon Wilkinson Sword became a leader in the sector and continues to be so.

A gardening household name

Today, Wilkinson Sword Garden Tools is owned by Energizer Holdings and the collection is imported, developed and distributed by E .P. Barrus Ltd. The product range, which uses stainless steel and carbon steel, reflects both the companys heritage and cutting excellence, as well as its progressive attitude. From loppers and pruners, to grass shears and tree care products, Wilkinson Sword is now a household name with many sheds across the country housing at least one or more Wilkinson Sword garden tools.