February 21, 2018


GCA launches new Rising Star programme for catering staff -

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Charity garden shop in Brighton thanks mystery donor -

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Haskins donates bird boxes to school for National Nest Box Week -

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The Klondyke Group announce appointment of catering director -

Monday, February 19, 2018

Brackenburn creates renewable biofuel to burn in the home -

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Garden centre donates materials to Care Farm students -

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Best outdoor lifestyle retailer in the UK gong awarded to Gordale Garden Centre -

Friday, February 16, 2018

Stewarts Garden Centre customers thanked for £20,711 fundraising appeal total -

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Plant expert to visit Perrywood Garden Centre for talks and orchid clinics -

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Two added to Highfield Garden World planteria team -

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Discount retailer boosts garden centre stock with Peterborough acquisition -

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Residents express their shock and sadness at news Reigate Garden Centre is to close -

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Grange Fencing introduces new consumer-facing brochure -

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Wyevale Garden Centres celebrates £1.7m fundraising success for Marie Curie -

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

New owner for Peterborough’s The Barn garden centre -

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Reigate Garden Centre will close by October so hundreds of new homes can be built -

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Deans garden centres’ fundraising helps keep air ambulance flying high -

Monday, February 12, 2018

Sycamore Park Garden Centre boss gives update on future -

Monday, February 12, 2018

Beech’s Fine Chocolates re-launches Easter egg range -

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Spring Puppy focus from JAMES WELLBELOVED® -

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Cobra cleans up the garden

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As autumn dawns, gardeners across the country will be looking for clean-up solutions that not only help return gardens to their former glory but that will also help ease the transition into next year’s spring.

Cobra has the solution.

Following a successful 2014 launch, the new range of powered garden equipment is ready to offer UK gardeners everything they need to clean up this autumn.

One of the biggest autumn garden challenges is fallen leaves. However, with the Cobra BV2600 electric blower vacuum, leaves and debris can be removed with the greatest of ease. With a 270 km/h airspeed, the BV2600 puts the power in your hands and has a quick exchange lever that allows users to change between the blower and vacuum functions in an instant.  Weighing just 4kg, the lightweight blower vacuum is ergonomic and has a front roller wheel to increase manoeuvrability. It has a 45litre collection bag capacity, 2600W of power and a built in mulching system. Priced at just £49.99 inc. VAT, it is in line with Cobra’s aim to provide a hardworking solution without compromising on price.

The Cobra range also consists of various hedgetrimmer options in both electric and petrol models. Shaping hedges has never been easier than with the LRH40E electric long-reach hedgetrimmer. For ease of cutting and versatile design, the LRH40E with 20mm tooth spacing, has a 39cm double-sided blade that articulates through 90 degrees. Furthermore, its head can be easily adjusted at the press of a button – perfect for tall hedges. It also boasts a strong cutting performance thanks to its 500w motor and its RRP is just £100.00 inc. VAT.

Cobra has two further electric hedgetrimmer models, the H55E and the H60E with 55cm and 60cm double sided blades, and a cutting diameter of 20mm and 24mm respectively.  Petrol power comes in the form of the long reach LRK270K with a 26.3cc Kawasaki TJ27E engine, priced at £419.99 inc. VAT.

Not only does Cobra have solutions for leaves and hedges, its electric P20E pole pruner provides precise cutting to effortlessly prune trees and branches. With 750w of power, the P20E is well equipped to tackle all tasks particularly with its eight inch Oregon bar and chain. The Cobra P20E makes hard to reach areas a thing of the past with its shaft that can be extended by up to 87cm, taking the maximum length of pole pruner to 2.7metres.  It also helps users reach all corners of the garden with its 10metre power cable.

Cobra has combined all of the above products and more in its 4 in 1 petrol Multi-Tool to help meet all gardening needs. The MT270K, priced at £520 inc. VAT, features a brushcutter; a grass trimmer with a double line head and tri-blade; a pole pruner with a 12” chainsaw bar and chain; and a double sided hedgecutter which articulates through 180 degrees. The Multi-Tool benefits from an extendable shaft and single shoulder harness, and is powered by a 2-stroke 27cc Kawasaki engine that achieves reduced fuel consumption as well industry leading low emission levels.

Every Cobra product has been expertly designed in the UK to cater specifically for the changing conditions of the British garden; making it the go-to name for all autumn clean up solutions.

For more information please visit www.cobragarden.co.uk.




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