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    • Bunnings Warehouse have begun stocking a wildly popular $89 advent calendar 
    • The annual Christmas calendar is produced by professional tool brand Kincrome
    •  It completes a full 32 Piece Socket Set and has the chance to win extra prizes  
    •  Customers praised the calendar as the perfect gift for partners and husbands 

    A beloved $89 Christmas advent calendar has already been flying off the shelves at Bunnings.  

    The hardware giant began stocking the Christmas staple from Kincrome, a professional tool brand, across Australian stores as early as October. 

    Kincrome’s advent calendar provides buyers with a full 32 Piece Socket Set, with varying tools from year to year, and the chance to win extra prizes. 

    Bunnings Warehouse began stocking the incredibly popular Christmas advent calendar (pictured), from professional tool company Kincrome, across Australian stores in October 

    The beloved $89 calendar completes a fully functioning 32 Piece Socket Kit (calendar kit from 2018 pictured left and kit from 2019 pictured right) with the chance to win extra prizes

    The beloved $89 calendar completes a fully functioning 32 Piece Socket Kit (calendar kit from 2018 pictured left and kit from 2019 pictured right) with the chance to win extra prizes 

    The finished advent calendar provides a socket kit complete with sockets and bits of varying sizes, an extension bar and a ratchet handle.    

    Those who find Kincrome’s limited edition gold pieces inside their advent calendars are also treated to an instant win.  

    Five Golden Extension Bars grant the winner a $2,000 prepaid visa card and another ten Golden PTA Impact Bits win a Kincrome Evolution 172 Piece Tool Kit. 

    Bunnings Warehouse fans have taken to social media to praise the advent calendar as a ‘cool idea’ an a ‘great Christmas gift’.   

    ‘Mum got me one for Christmas last year. Nice little handy kit to have, keep it in the car or in the linen cupboard. I’ve used mine plenty,’ one Facebook user wrote.        

    ‘Not going to lie, I want one.

    ‘Maybe I need to get myself one while the kids have the chocolate ones,’ another commenter said. 

    The Kincrome Advent Calendar (pictured) provides shoppers with an instant win if they find one of the limited edition golden extension bars or impact bits inside their kit

    The Kincrome Advent Calendar (pictured) provides shoppers with an instant win if they find one of the limited edition golden extension bars or impact bits inside their kit  

    Other users recommended the tool kit as a popular gift choice for partners and husbands.  

    ‘I get my partner one every year and he absolutely loves them! Uses them all the time.

    ‘I just ordered one for him which is arriving today and he’s so excited,’ one woman said. 

    ‘I’ll be checking our Bunnings when hubby gets home from work,’ another commenter wrote. 

    Bunnings National Hand Tools Buyer, Leanne Parkes, told Daily Mail Australia the advent calendar was popular with early Christmas gift buyers. 

    ‘The Kincrome Advent Calendar is available in stores now and is proving to be a very popular Christmas gift choice with customers already! 

    ‘For those looking to purchase a calendar it’s best to get in touch with your local store to check availability,’ she said. 

    The advent calendars are available nationally in the majority of Bunnings stores and will also be available online from next week. 

    Bunnings (storefront pictured) customers praised the advent calendar as a 'great Christmas gift' and recommended it as a present for husbands and partners

    Bunnings (storefront pictured) customers praised the advent calendar as a ‘great Christmas gift’ and recommended it as a present for husbands and partners 

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