Portable, lightweight rain barrel collects up to 51 gallons
A great way to garden and conserve water, a precious natural resource. Portable, lightweight with intake screen, overflow channel, UV protected, PBA free, threaded spigot with two access holes. Child-safe. (beige shown) 19” d x 23” w x 32” tall. Use our diverter to prevent spilling and overflow. Ships 5-7 days
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SpringSaver Rainbarrel is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Brian C from Leaks I had one about three years. Drained and stored it away for winter. This past summer it developed leaks at various points along the flat backside. Thought it should last a lot longer than that.
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by alice james from works well I bought this early in what has been an unusually dry summer here in MA. We set it up off the ground with some bricks & hooked it up to a downspout. Then we attached a soaker hose that goes across the top of the driveway & then down into our perennial garden & a small raised bed below. At first, when we open the spout, the water comes out very slowly because the area is flat on top. But once the hose reaches the perennial garden, which is on top of a hill, gravity improves the flow all the way down to the raised bed area. We just need more rain; & I now wish we had purchased 2 instead of one! Well worth the money.
Date published: 2016-09-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by ThirstyBlueberries from Still good after 3 years Needed a water barrel to keep my blueberries supplied, and this fit the bill for me. The one thing I ended up not liking was the small opening, as I sometimes wanted to dip water out of the top. I ended up using a jigsaw to cut most of the top off, and replaced the screen with a couple fish to eat the mosquitoes. I have to drain the barrel before winter freezes it, but it works great the other three seasons. Remember to raise the barrel off the ground if relying on gravity for watering areas; it also makes accessing the spout easier.
Date published: 2015-05-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cheryl from Works great This is the second one I have bought. The first one is already full. Easy to install, and seems to be holding the water perfectly. The bug screen looks like it might still allow small mosquitoes in. We will probably replace it with some window screen, something with smaller holes. Otherwise, it's working great.
Date published: 2013-03-06