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FISKARS reached another milestone in its 369-year history, as it unveiled its new hardware and hammer range. To launch in 2019, the range consists of hammers, club hammers, axes, scissors and knives – all of varying sizes and designs – in addition to a clay pick and garden saw. Each product champions Fiskars’ usual high quality. Utilising market research during the development stage, the brand based production on data which revealed tradespeople value performance, minimum physical effort and

product longevity. In particular relation to hammers, controlled striking and a low strike strain were also essential. This range meets those needs, says the company. n n

MERCER LEISURE used this year’s Glee to showcase its new launch, Click Clack Tiling: an easy-to-use, cost-effective DIY patio tile system that can be laid in minutes on any solid, flat surface. Click Clack tiles are available in several varieties including natural slate, WPC, artificial grass, granite and natural travertine. The

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Click Clack tiling system is the perfect solution for hiding cracked concrete surfaces, says Mercer Leisure. It is also designed to be extremely low maintenance, have excellent drainage ability, as well as wide usage and application. The Click Clack system has been billed as the perfect solution for DIY enthusiasts, as it requires minimal preparation and can be laid simply and quickly. Click Clack tiles are interchangeable so that creative designs can be achieved. Check out click-clack-tiles for a full list all tiles on offer. n 028 9261 9881 n

FISKARS aims to make the everyday extraordinary with its range of technologically- smart tools, and at this year’s Glee 2018, the brand successfully unveiled its latest offering of innovative products and range extensions for 2019. Launching next year are extensions of the Garden Light and Xact ranges, and a brand new hardware and hammer collection, which has been designed with professional tradespeople in mind. A range of POS marketing and new display solutions from

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CREATIVE PRODUCTS is celebrating its most successful Glee show yet. The company introduced 14 new products to its popular range, including the new Pancake Maker, which was in such high demand among Glee buyers that all Q4 stock sold out. Old customer favourites also went down a storm, with the quality and design of the popular sequin cushion wowing customers old and new, says Creative Products. Christmas 2018 stock of the cushions were snapped up at the show and plenty of orders have already been placed for Christmas 2019. The company was also showcasing its new natural-look card packaging which was well received by Glee visitors. This packaging sees Creative Products move away from plastic which impressed buyers from a number of sectors. n 01476 564 230 n

JOHNSONS LAWN SEED’s Super Smart Lawn Feed is a brand-new product that contains a unique formula that cannot currently be found in any other feed, according to the company. The new ingredient, Azospirillum bacteria, fixes nitrogen from the atmosphere and gives targeted nutrition to the grass plants where they need it the most. Combined with soluble mycorrhizal fungi to increase the root system, as well as seaweed extract to provide micronutrients to the lawn, the results of Super Smart are undeniable and is “the only feed you need,” says Johnsons. Available in a 1kg carton, RRP £12.99. n 01386 791113 n

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