Our Dual Diver Wind Spinner with a stunning antique copper finish is a unique piece of art that provides motion in the wind like no other. Featuring "spoons", the kinetic design of our steel wind sculpture allows this exquisite piece of metal yard art to rotate, dance, and dive in the wind. Let this kinetic yard art bring enjoyment and entertainment to your yard or garden all year long. Metal yard stake included.
• Dual-Motion Windwheel • Antique copper "spoons" rotate, dive and dance in the wind • Will bring enjoyment and entertainment to your garden all year long • Metal yard stake included
Size 13-3/4"L x 12-1/2"W x 56"H
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Comments about Product: First of all, I want to say this is a beautiful spinner even when it doesn't spin. I fell in love with the picture and video online. Unfortunately, after I bought it, and was having issues with it, I read the reviews. We had already opted for a more stout pipe to mount it in and we added a greased grommet so it would turn towards the wind easier. We tried loosening the nuts as one reviewer suggested and when spun by hand, it it worked with ease. We are under the theory that this beautiful spinner does not easily find the wind it needs or is too heavy to turn into the wind. My husband suggested adding a windsock that is strong enough to turn the spinner into the wind. First we attached it to the side that the two spoons face away from. It worked! Then my husband thought it would even work better if the spoons were facing the wind too. We reattached it, but it doesn't work as well. If you do decide to add a windsock, be sure it is directing the wind to the back of the spoons. I LOVE this spinner and would still choose it above all others now that it works!
By Didn't spin From
Comments about Product: Like other have stated the main part of the spinner did not turn in the wind, and we had high winds this weekend. I noticed the two “spoon” shaped parts moved without any difficulty in the wind. Checking them out I noticed that they had some end play between the bearing and the nuts holding them in place. The main spinner didn’t show any end play. I slowly loosed the nuts holding the main part in place until I had end play. The spinner now spins in the wind. There is a small weld holding the nuts in place so go easy if you try this. Also the stand is very thin and the threads on the bottom part stripped out so I replace the pool with a pipe I had.
By Bob the gardener From
not well balanced
Comments about Product: I bought this item because of its creative design and was not disappointed in this. However, it is very unbalanced and takes a very high wind to get it started rotating and once it is rotating it gets going too fast to appreciate the design. I'm going to attempt to add some weight on the light side and see if that improves the action.
By Wind resistent From
Does not Spin
Comments about Product: While this is a nice piece of yard art, it does not spin all around like the video, even in very windy weather. We thought it might be constructed incorrectly but it does look like the picture - just does not work.
By pinky From
Comments about Product: LOOKS GOOD, WELL CONSTRUCTED. YOU WOULD NEED A HURRICANE TO MAKE IT MOVE. I LIVE ON A WINDY HILL AND YOU NEED TO MANUALLY MOVE IT.
By mike From
Comments about Product: Have several wind spinners in my yard including the bannana leaf and they all work great. We had 40 mile winds and this would not turn even once. Returned it and received immediate credit.