November 22, 2012, 1:09 pm -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- The past couple of winters in the United Kingdom have been much colder than those of the past decade, thus bringing us a great deal more snow over the whole of the country. Now you either love or hate snow, as it can be a pain trying to travel anywhere when it snows with the whole country grinding to a halt, but people young and old just love sledging!
Indeed it has become very popular over the past two winters with many young children having grown up virtually never having seen snow other than on television.
This has meant that there has been resurgence in sledge sales, but due to previous mild winters, demand has outstripped supply with many people being unable to get hold of sledges when it snows. Often people cannot get to the shops even if they have them in stock due to the snow, or the manufacturers cannot deliver the sledges to retailers due to the snow. So the moral of the story is if you want to buy a sledge then think about doing it now before it snows!
Due to this last year Splash and Relax made sure to have an extra amount of plastic sledges in stock and have continued this year with additional stock ready for a white Christmas.
If you wait until the middle of winter or until it snows then the chances are a £5 sledge will cost you £25-30 on the high street, and that is if you can get hold of one. You could take a risk and buy one via eBay when it snows, but the chances are by the time it arrives the snow will have gone! As often these eBay sellers will either not have stock in and take your money, or deliver it late blaming the snow – either way you miss out on the fun of sledging until the next year.
This is where Splash and Relax step in, as a good established online retailer offering a range of cheap sledges manufactured to the highest of standards so to last and play safe. Typically the sledges at S&R start at around £4.99 for a basic model to around £30 upwards for a higher class model. The majority of sledges these days are made of plastic, and whilst you can buy fancier wooden sledges, you will find that a plastic sledge goes much faster and works on a variety of snow conditions. They are also lightweight and thus easier to carry. A worthwhile thought as in heavy snow you will have to walk to your nearest hill as the car will be snowed in.
So take my advice and if you do not want to let your kids down then think about
buying a sledge as soon as possible.
Contact Details: Becris Ltd.,
Telephone: 0845 459 9955 Or: 01403 267299