Sophie Conran precision secateurs gift boxed

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Buy Sophie Conran precision secateurs gift boxed: <br><ul><strong><li>Fine precision blades</li><li>Rust-resistant stainless steel</li><li>5-year guarantee</li></strong></ul><br>Perfect for floristry and other targeted cutting jobs, these double-bladed secateurs have fine precision tips that offer a good crisp cut on even woody green stems.<br><br>Made from stainless steel to keep rust at bay, with a brass lock for safe handling when not in use.<br><br>Presented in a pastel green Sophie Conran gift box.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Length 19cm


  • Fine precision blades
  • Rust-resistant stainless steel
  • 5-year guarantee

Perfect for floristry and other targeted cutting jobs, these double-bladed secateurs have fine precision tips that offer a good crisp cut on even woody green stems.

Made from stainless steel to keep rust at bay, with a brass lock for safe handling when not in use.

Presented in a pastel green Sophie Conran gift box.

Measurements:
Length 19cm

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