Subscribe and win a SIHL pruning saw

January 12, 2017


Subscribe to SA Forestry magazine NOW and your name will automatically be entered into the Subscription Competition, and you could win this great STIHL curved blade pruning saw. It is designed for tree care and pruning applications by professionals. The blade is made from durable, high carbon chrome steel which cuts effortlessly and does not get stuck. It comes with a strong plastic scabbard to keep it clean and sharp! A great tool for foresters, gardeners and landscapers.


The December edition is out now.

Competition rules
Only new & renewing South African subscribers are eligible to enter this competition. The winner will be announced in the FEBRUARY 2017 issue of SA Forestry magazine.

Please include your contact details with your subscription payment. Subscriptions received between 1 December 2016 and 31 January 2017 are eligible for this competition.


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Tetteh Abraham
Tetteh Abraham
1 year ago

Stihl products are very durative and
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