STIHL Chainsaw Safety Awareness Week (May 4th – 10th 2009) aims to get across a strong but simple message to all those who own a chainsaw: a little effort can prevent serious injuries from occurring.
Getfrank are giving away the ultimate DIY package that includes a MS 181 MiniBoss® Chainsaw valued at $645, and a STIHL safety pack valued at $230. Combined value: $875.
The sleek STIHL MS 181 MiniBoss® Chainsaw will be the perfect addition to your garden shed this winter. Trimming, pruning and chopping will be made easy with its light-weight design and superior performance. This petrol fuelled chainsaw will be all you need to get through your DIY adventures.
The STIHL safety pack is the perfect complement to your new MS181 STIHL Chainsaw and includes everything you need to tackle your DIY project safely, including safety glasses, chainsaw chaps and earmuffs.
1x STIHL Chainsaw: MS 181 MiniBoss® Chainsaw RRP: $645.00
1x STIHL Safety Gear Pack RRP: $230.00
DIY enthusiasts can get everything they need for safe chainsaw use from STIHL Specialist Dealers and STIHL SHOP stores nationwide.
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