Town & Country Garden Stool and Bag

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Town & Country Garden Stool and Bag
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Working in the garden can be back breaking work. Using this handy garden stool will not only keep the back pain at bay but will also allow you to work for longer in comfort. Both the polyester seat and tool bag can survive all-weather conditions and it has an extra belt on the bottom to make the chair extra stable. It features 5 small outer pockets in one side and 2 other middle outer pockets in the other side. These pockets are 11cm deep which will hold your favourite gardening tools, seeds, a water bottle, your phone or anything else you want easily within your reach! The lightweight steel frame gives you the freedom to pick your seat and tools up with one hand and easily move around your garden. The low height of the seat saves your back and lets you work closer to your flowers and herbs. Features and Benefits Work in comfort No more back pain from working in your garden bent over. Easy storage The specially designed bag is perfect for storing the seat while its not in use and it will protect it from bumps and scrapes at the same time. Low height Specifically designed to aid in working at low levels, this stool is ideal for working closer to your plants and shrubs. Specifications Washable bag Weight: 1.5kg Iron tube Polyester bag Dimensions: H 39 x W 30 x D 30cm

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