Stuller’s Latest Catalog for Bench Jewelers Is Here
The manufacturer is running a contest to promote it.
“Tools, Equipment, and Metals 2023-2024” is designed to be an all-encompassing resource for bench jewelers.
“Jewelers can anticipate expanded product offerings to suit every need within this 680-plus page catalog,” said Director of Tools Chris Leonard. “We’ve also enhanced features to improve the shopping experience on more than 350 new and featured products.”
In addition to new products, the catalog has some changes from prior editions.
A new “Tools We Use” badge is added to tools that Stuller utilizes in its own manufacturing processes.
There are new sections dedicated to burs, drill and beading tools, bags and envelopes, pliers, cutters, and shears.
Each page features product-specific navigation for easier shopping within sections.
Finally, there are now product groupings so shoppers can more easily find the products they need both online and in the catalog.
To promote the latest issue, Stuller is holding a “Fix My Bench” contest. Jewelers can go online and submit a wish list of new products from the catalog they would love to have.
The winner will receive a Sunstone Orion Pulse-Arc Welder or a Stuller account credit.
To enter the contest or learn more about the catalog, visit the Stuller website.
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