Gorgeous Gardens? It’s in the H2g0 Bag

Published on August 19, 2010

Carrying endless, heavy watering cans to somewhere without a tap, or out of reach of a hosepipe, is tiring and back-breaking work. It’s also time-consuming and gardeners have few enough hours to make the most of their garden, thanks to the fickle-nature of the British summer.

The H2g0 bag provides a simple and cost-effective solution. It allows you to move up to 80 litres of water (19 gallons) with ease, using an ordinary wheelbarrow.

Made from sturdy polyethylene, the H2g0 bag sits comfortably within any wheelbarrow on top of a non-slip mat. It can then be filled with a hosepipe, the cap replaced and the whole thing wheeled to where the water is required.

A cleverly-designed spout means that, with a tilt of the barrow, you can either pour the water directly where it’s needed or into a smaller container.

After use, it folds neatly down to A4 size, making it handy to store and easy to transport.

Created by Dragon’s Den winner, and successful inventor, Guy Unwin, the H2g0 bag and mat cost just £9.99 and is available from http://shop.h2gobag.com/

Already an industry award-winner, the H2g0 bag is ideal for anyone needing access to large quantities of water including gardeners, allotment owners, small-holders, builders, horse and animal owners, growers as well as the camping and festival fraternity.

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