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|Product Type: Rain barrel||Color: Green|
|Material: Polyester||Hardware Material: Plastic|
|Non-Toxic: Yes||Water Resistant: Yes|
|Weather Resistant: Yes||Rust and Corrosion Resistant: Yes|
|Warp Resistant: Yes||UV Resistant: Yes|
|Fade Resistant: Yes||Child Safe: No|
|Pet Safe: No||Dishwasher Safe: No|
|Linkable: Yes||Spigot Included: Yes|
|Indoor or Outdoor Use: Outdoor only||Foldable: Yes|
|Hose Included: No||Debris Screen Included: Yes|
|Planter Included: No||Compostable Bag Included: No|
|Drainage: Yes||Overflow Direction: Overflows on the top where the water enters the barrel|
|Dual Overflow: No||Number of Legs: 4|
|Wheels: No||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Eco-Friendly: Yes||Product Care: Rain barrels can collapse for easy storage. Clean and dry off barrel prior to storing off season. Store in warm place in order to prevent freezing or damage to your rain barrel.|
|Country of Manufacture: China||Weight Capacity (60 Gallons Size): 480 Pounds|
|Weight Capacity (45 Gallons Size): 360 Pounds||Weight Capacity (135 Gallons Size): 1080 Pounds|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: 30 Days|
Love the rain catchment
Sherman from Big Bend National Park, TX– Verified Buyer
I originally ordered the larger version before it was no longer available. Got 3 of these as back ups. they work well and have not had any issues with them yet. I use them for rain catchment and gray water storage for my garden. I wish that the larger ones were still available. Solid buy and do not take up a lot of room when collapsed and not in use unlike the big solid plastic catchment tanks do.
rachel from ukiah, CA– Verified Buyer
I was bummed the drain screen is ill fitting and fall out often but love it's practicality and storage abilities. Easy to move around but awkward.
Great value - probably not long term solution
Tyler from Chadds Ford, PA– Verified Buyer
This rain barrel works well for what I bought it for: a temporary solution until I find a more attractive, permanent hard-sided barrel. It's a pretty basic barrel, but has withstood the elements and weed eating nearby. I imagine this would last several years if you take it in during the winter, but would always be at risk of a tear from a sharp object. And my wife says it's fugly.
Could be better
Robin from Mesa, AZ– Verified Buyer
This rain barrel works, however unless it is set on some sort of stand it is hard to get the water to drain out. Which will need to be much larger than the barrel as the legs make it a bit wobbly.
Rosa from Chicago, IL
I set up my rain barrel, I have not been able to use it due to the sever amount of snow we have.
Good for the money
Steven from hampton bays, NY– Verified Buyer
It strong just does not look good, but if you have corner of the house no can see does the job. Attach 2 hoses one on top for overflow and watering.
Patricia from Toledo, OH
wish you didn't have to cut downspout to use it
Green rain barrel
Gerry from Round Rock, TX– Verified Buyer
Just set it up. Easy. No rain yet. Looks great.
John from Aptos, CA– Verified Buyer
One badly distorted by the way it was packed. Not easy assembly.
My First Rain Barrel
Rosanne from Arlington, VA– Verified Buyer
For the low price, I think that the rain barrel has worked out.