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Developing products is a complex process. The factors that must be taken into accounts are many. Functionality, performance and above else, user-friendliness. It’s always of utmost importance to be able to provide the latest technology, but also the best solutions in terms of practicality. This is where the department for design comes into play. Their task is to combine effective features, good design and ergonomics.
Gardena has a large design team, which work to make sure that the company continues to deliver top quality, innovative products with the end-user in focus.
“Designers and engineers that work well together result in great garden products. We continuously strive to design new products which meet the needs of our customers,” says Towe Ressman, VP of Global Design Husqvarna Group.
“Improving existing products by making them easier to use, maintain, lowering emissions or noise levels is also an important part of our work.”
Below you find some more examples of innovative products, designed to make your garden work easier and more fun:
The GARDENA Comfort Secateurs are designed with a high emphasis on ergonomics and flexibility. They offer two gripping positions for flowers or young shoots as well as for stronger branches. They can be individually adjusted for large and small hands and are also suitable for left-handers.
With the GARDENA angled tap connector easy connection of a hose to the tap is possible. Thanks to the rotatable and swivellable Angled Tap Connector, the hose is not kinked or twisted at the tap. The water can flow unobstructed and the hose is not damaged.
Gardena’s system of garden tools with various interchangeable tool heads and lifelong wobble-free screw connection ensures the right combination with best ergonomics. One handle – endless applications.
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