NEW PRODUCT

Bricks can edge, light walkway at once, install with just a snap

Hedge, edge and light — all without tools or electricity.

Sounds like a homeowner’s dream come true. Let’s Edge It is a simple product that provides edging and lighting in one. And, it requires no tools.

The kit is a set of realistic plastic bricks that just snap together. Solar lights are built right into the bricks so you can forget about confusing electrical wiring. Swivel action connectors allow straight or curved designs so you can line a sidewalk or encircle a flower bed, tree or curved walkway.

The system has built-in spikes on the bottom of the bricks that allow them to be placed and held with no digging, mortar or heavy lifting.

“This is the one and only product that lights and edges a yard in one product,” said Argee president and inventor Robert Goldman. “It combines beauty and simplicity to give your yard a uniquely professional new look. All you do is snap it together and press in place.”

Retail prices are $40 for a 25-foot section of unlighted brick edging; $62 for a 20-foot kit of edging bricks and four solar lights; and $90 for a 40-foot kit with six solar lights. Colors available are terra-cotta and gray.

For more information, call 800-449-3030 or visit www.argeecorp.com.

— Compiled by Hali Bernstein Saylor

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