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Bisley leads, others follow


Hand made in Britian - Bisley Rope Slip Leads and Lanyards fi ll the gap in the market as consumers increasingly look for quality products in the dog market.


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isley Rope Slip Leads and Lanyards are manufactured in the UK in Devon, a well- established manufacturer that has been producing these products since 1983. The range of rope leads are hand spliced from high quality marine rope, meaning they are strong and durable. At the Devon factory, quality control is a top priority. Each rope and braid lead is made to the company’s own


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strict specifi cations, with each run checked to the required standard. Producing top-quality products is synonymous with British-made products, and it’s certainly something to be proud of. In the current political climate, the demand for UK- made products is sure to continue to be popular and even rise. The hand-made in the UK badge is certainly something that consumers look for when requiring a reliable product.


The staple of the Bisley Lead range is the olive green gundog slip lead, consistently a best-seller. To expand on this range, Bisley also offer natural rope leads which are made from a polyester marine rope. They look and feel like cotton, but have an extremely high breaking strain and will give years of service. They also feature leather stops, giving that additional classic quality feel. The Bisley range also features a variety


of brightly-coloured slip leads to suit different occasions outside of the general gundog use. The braided Deluxe leads are a high quality braid on braid, giving a lightweight, fl exible and durable lead. They are stitched using an industrial bar tack sewing machine to give a strong join without the need for metal crimps or glues. Bisley leads will also suit other domestic dog applications, and can be particularly useful for dogs


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