Corona : No Bottle Opener but a Quencher in Any Garden

I first came in contact @CoronaTools while following @TeeRiddle on Twitter early in the garden season. Of course, I had to ask ‘ Dude… do you have a bottle opener at the end of your gardening tools?!’ When I hear Corona the first thing to mind is the Mexican brew I enjoy at my favorite cantina. Little did I know @CoronaTools was a major leader in professional tools. To find out about their history check out Corona Tools Website.

I had never heard of Corona Tools in my neck of the woods. Shortly after receiving my own collection of soft grip hand tools from the company I had to let me Greenhouse friends know what they were missing out on. You can imagine my delight to find Corona Tools at Benches Greenhouse out in Elmore Ohio. I have mentioned before they are a hidden treasure in N.W. Ohio.

Benches Greenhouse providing N.W. Ohio with Corona Tools.

 

Watch for the Red & Black Handle

In my garden shares, you will only see the red & black handle because I love the comfort of the soft grip handset. I’m a Carpal tunnel syndrome suffer and this is the only hand tool that does not leave my hand tingling and numb. You will very rarely see these tools handing in my garden shed because they are used every day in the garden and in my greenhouse.

Corona Tools being put to use in the BGgarden.

Let’s Connect

*please note this giveaway is over and the lucky winner was Toledo Grows in 2010.

During the month of June, you can participate in the Corona Stimulus Giveaway. Be sure to click on the logo to the left to find out more about this contest. One lucky gardener will win a $100 gift card and Corona Tools all totally up to $1,000 but who can put a price tag on healthy gardening? Be sure to stop by Corona Tools Blog to find out the details of this contest.

 

Let me know if you use Corona Tools.  Connect by commenting on this post.

Bren Haas

 

9 thoughts on “Corona : No Bottle Opener but a Quencher in Any Garden”

  1. I hear ya Bren, When I think Corona I think of a beverage. Happy you brought this to my attention because they look like a quality tool. Thanks for sharing.

    • Thanks Dave – if you are nice next time you visit the garden ‘I MIGHT’ let you try out the pruners I have by Corona. 😉 Thanks!

  2. I liked this and other blog posts on your blog so much that I have subscribed to your blog’s RSS feed. Keep the good work going by posting informative posts. Thank you.

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