Professional Trigger Weed Wand Wizard Including Trolley

Code: TE4061
Professional Trigger Weed Wand Wizard Including Trolley
Professional Trigger Weed Wand Wizard Including Trolley

This is an easy way to weed without spreading dangerous chemicals around your garden.

If you're concerned every time you fill your watering-can with hazardous and toxic weedkiller this is your alternative - leaving the garden completely safe for children and animals immediately after use. You don't need to set fire to the weeds(!), the high temperature flame (1000 degrees Centigrade) instantly destroys the internal cell structure, causing them to wither and die.

Designed for use in large gardens, around farms, in public areas, etc.

This weed wand will be of interest to public authorities, people with holiday trailers, gardeners or others who have areas where weeds are difficult or expensive to control.

To light, simply flick a switch.Made from chrome plated steel, with a piezo ignition and two metres of rubber hose. It uses propane in 7kg to 20kg canisters.
1kg of gas provides approximately 1 hour of continuous use.

Two metres of gas pipe included.

Box dimensions:

Height 102cm (40.1 inches) Width 25cm (9.8 inches) Depth 11cm (4.3 inches)

Please note: neither the propane canister nor regulator are included, however the regulator is available here:

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 3.8/5 (4 reviews)

Rating: 1/5

"Instruction leaflet doesn't match the product. Piezo starter doesn't work. Trigger lever fell off. Waiting for replacement parts from Parasene.
Have not pulled the trolley around the garden yet but I suspect the wheels will be the next thing to fall off.
Has this product been tested? No CE markings on anything.

Reviewed Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Rating: 5/5


Reviewed Sunday, 5 October 2014

Rating: 5/5

"fast and efficient"

Reviewed Thursday, 11 September 2014

Rating: 4/5

"Easy to assemble ,we used a 19kg bottle and the bottle seems a bit unsteady even though we used the chain,having used a larger bottle we now cant use the bit to stand the wand on ,and it's not the easiest thing to pull over cobbles and uneven land"

Reviewed Wednesday, 26 March 2014

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