To celebrate 120 years in business this year, national Fasteners and Fixings distributor, Harrison & Clough, is giving away a Sensio Bluetooth speaker light, in its #MayFreebie Twitter competition.
To enter the competition all you have to do is follow both @TorqueExpo and Harrison & Clough (@harclo57) on Twitter and share the post. The competition will run from today and the winner will be notified on Friday 31st May.
SensioSound is a dual purpose under cabinet light, offering cool or warm white LED light, with quality built-in Bluetooth speaker. It comes in a stainless steel finish with frosted lens for a diffused light output. The unit enables music to be played in the kitchen, without cluttering the worktop with unwanted speakers. Wirelessly connect a mobile device to the SensioSound by enabling Bluetooth, and once this is done you’re all set to play your music through the fitting.
The prize includes all that is needed for installation, a SensioSound unit and 12V driver. No receivers, wireless boxes or additional wiring is required, just a mobile device with Bluetooth. The fitting has an operational range of 10m.
Since 1899 Harrison & Clough has been distributing high quality Fasteners and Fixings to the merchant trade. Based in Yorkshire and still family owned, it stocks over 50,000 product lines largely under its product collections of MetalMate, MasonMate and TimberMate. The firm stocks Hand Tools, Power Tool Accessories and Consumables too, all available for next day delivery.
- METALMATE – quality assured threaded fasteners for engineering, production, construction, repair and maintenance; available in a choice of finishes.
- TIMBERMATE – specialist screws suitable for all timber and wood-based applications; designed for professional use.
- MASONMATE – high specification fixings for all types of masonry, stone, brick and hollow wall applications; available in different finishes, styles and grades.
- TITEFIX – a highly innovative range of woodscrews designed for specialised requirements; delivering exceptional performance across a range of different substrates.