Arnolds Sponsor Awards
Arnolds are sponsors of the Design Week magazine awards for 2008.
This prestige competition invites entries from all types of design disciplines and promotes the very best in design in the country today.
Arnolds are pleased to be chosen as a sponsor, as a design led manufacturer we highly value the recognition of good design.
The Frontline Range
Launched on the 1st April 2006 this new range sets the benchmark in limb protection. Stronger, lighter and even more durable than other limb protectors this is the must have range for frontline personnel.
The new Frontline range
is now on our product page for limb protectors, so have a look and see.
If you would like to visit our manufacturing facility you will be most welcome.
During your visit you will be able to watch Arnold personal protective equipment being made and meet with our designers and technicians.
Please contact us in the first instance to arrange a date and time.
Produced by our marketing partner MLA you can download the latest copy of Frontline newsletter by clicking onto the MLA website link.
Arnold Baton & Inspector Gadget
A senior officer in a British police force writing in the Daily Mail newspaper under the pseudonym of 'Inspector Gadget' reveals how Health & Safety laws, political correctness and barmy target-setting are preventing the police from catching criminals.
Describing one incident 'Inspector Gadget' says: "Recently, we had a scene with a man who was on a hardcore drug - crystal meth or crack cocaine. He had broken into a pensioner's flat and gone beserk with a knife. Two Bobbies arrived, with their little lightweight aluminium sticks and tins of CS. They were pretty badly hurt. A senior officer called asking: "Why didn't they use their shields and those big Arnold batons, instead of those silly little sticks?"
'Arnold batons were withdrawn by the Diversity Department eight months ago because they
made ethnic minority teenagers feel uncomfortable'I told him. He ordered them to be reinstated.
Sometimes you really do need a big stick for defence.'
Published in The Daily Mail Saturday, September 13th, 2008.
Arnold range of batons, solid and lightweight.
Available in several different lengths sold in over 55 countries worldwide.