The Waterfall Rain Gauge by La Crosse Technology® enhances the look of any garden or deck, with a design inspired by a cascading waterfall. It accurately measures backyard rainfall with large digits and clear measurement lines. The rain gauge includes a vibrant red floating rain level marker to ensure accurate readings, even from a distance. The Waterfall Rain Gauge mounts on a fence or deck railing at the ideal height for reading and emptying after a rainfall. The clear rain-collection vessel slides on and off the mounted bracket, making it simple to empty or clean. Make a statement in your backyard today.
The Weather Channel Waterfall Rain Gauge by La Crosse® easily hangs on a deck or porch railing or a fence The large numbers and the red floating marker show the amount of rainfall in an easy-to-read manner, even from far away This Weather Channel rain gauge was designed to replicate a waterfall, so the water pours down the opening into the clear container below This La Crosse® rain gauge is simple to empty as it easily slides on and off the included bracket It won't take up too much space on a deck, patio or fence
Size 7-1/4"L x 8-1/2"H
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The Waterfall Rain Gauge
Comments about Product: Just as described, easy to install on deck railing...now we just need moisture to test it!
Comments about Product: I gave this rain gauge as a Birthday gift to my Father-in-law who has an eye condition that declares him legally blind. He can read and see big numbers/letters. He loves to measure the rain in his area, so it was a perfect fit! He loves it and is able to read the numbers. He also said that he loves the red level line reader. I really hit the mark with this gift. We are both very pleased.
Comments about Product: This is a great rain gauge--very simple and easy to install. The red float is highly visible, making it easy to see the rainfall measure even from several feet away. The only thing I don't like is the base is permanently attached to the railing unless you use different screws at the outset. The included ones tend to strip at the heads so you can't back them out if you'd like to change locations at some point.