More than a tool, it’s an heir­loom

Guar­an­teed a Life­time

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In April of 1898, Willem de Wit opened a small black­smith fac­tory in his home­town. As the lo­cal black­smith, he shod horses, re­paired ket­tles, sold bi­cy­cles, and car­ried out all the typ­i­cal du­ties of a vil­lage black­smith. Over the years, Willem shared his craft with his two sons, Derk and Ti­nus, and around the mid­dle of the 20th cen­tury he passed the thriv­ing shop onto them. Soon after, the busi­ness ex­panded by dis­tribut­ing spades and hoes to farm­ers all across Hol­land. The de Wit broth­ers quickly es­tab­lished them­selves as the pur­veyor of the high­est qual­ity gar­den tools, forged from the best steel and formed by skilled hands. To­day DeWit is work­ing in a new fac­tory, still lo­cated where it all be­gan in 1898. DeWit tools are avail­able in ev­ery con­ti­nent of the world, thanks to a strong ream of ded­i­cated dis­trib­u­tors and re­tail­ers. Built through the cen­turies and made to last – DeWit tools are more than just tools. They are an heir­loom. Sup­plied with pride by Omni Prod­ucts Ltd

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