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The GARDENA combisystem takes itself to the next level

The GARDENA combisystem has a successful history that spans more than 40 years and includes everything a passionate gardener needs, from cultivating soil in vegetable and flowerbeds to tidying garden paths or cleaning fallen leaves. The range has been updated for 2018 with new product features, which makes it even better than before.

The GARDENA combisystem is a clever system that combines different handles with various tool attachments to ensure that all garden tasks are possible. For 2018, GARDENA has made some improvements to the attachment tools for the telescope applications of the GARDENA combisystem to make handling even better and to achieve excellent results.

The new GARDENA Fruit Picker is essential for every keen gardener, especially during the harvesting months. By using the combisystem telescopic handle, fruits at a height of 5 metres can be easily reached while the user remains stood on the ground. The new design of new Fruit Picker can also be used with or without a handle. With the newly designed handle, the Fruit Picker lies perfectly in the hand due to the improved shape, which allows for flexible support even for harvesting short trees or low-hanging branches. The ergonomically-shaped trigger button with an integrated lock can make operation particularly convenient and allows for maximum comfort. The Fruit Picker is also equipped with micro-toothing between the sturdy plastic prongs, to enable small fruits to be easily picked from the tree and land undamaged in the catch bag.

The new GARDENA combisystem Gutter Cleaner is equipped with a solid hand grip for even more flexible use. It can also be used with water to achieve exceptional cleaning results. This is enabled by an integrated Original GARDENA System Connection, for simple connection to the garden hose. Sturdy bristles on one side, and a powerful top-grade plastic scraper on the other, which enables effective application and optimal cleaning results.

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