Smart Garden Products launches 30 new products at Christmas Fair

1922300 Santa String Light - Insitu Night - High Res (2)Smart Garden Products will be launching over 30 new products at their inaugural attendance of the Harrogate Christmas and Craft Fair. In addition to these exciting new products, they will also be exhibiting their popular battery powered lighting range and a selection of gifts from their extensive portfolio on Stand A32.

The range of battery powered lighting includes a number of seasonal ranges such as Santa and Snowmen String Lights. These festive string lights are suitable for outdoor and indoor use and operate on an auto timer, which means that the LEDs come on for 6 hours each day at a specific time set by the user. The batteries can last for up to 20 days making this product perfect for the Christmas period.

Jonathan Stobart, Smart Garden Products’ managing director said, “We are anticipating a positive reaction to our new seasonal ranges. Our battery powered lanterns are already a top seller with their realistic flickering pillar candles and detailed finish making a popular choice for all year round use.”

Battery powered lanterns light up without the need for naked flames, so are safe and will work even in wet and windy conditions, outside and inside. Jonathan adds, “All our battery powered lanterns are supplied in full colour retail boxes, so make perfect gifts”


Smart Garden Products is also pleased to announce that Paul Bailey has recently joined the company as Marketing Manager from Trend Tools based in Watford.

Paul is a valuable new addition to the team and brings with him a wealth of relevant trade marketing experience drawn over the last 15 years. He will be focussed on driving the company’s commercial marketing activities to support the extensive new product development program.

Jonathan Stobart, Smart Garden Products’ managing director said, “We are delighted that Paul has joined our growing team, adding relevant skills and experience that we need to achieve our ambitious expansion plans.”