Mesmerizing to watch, our captivating Metal Garden Wind Spinner with bronzed finish makes an eye-catching focal point for your yard, garden, flowerbed or patio. Two clover-shaped pinwheels spin in opposite directions for a hypnotic effect while the rudder ensures wind sculpture faces the breeze for maximum movement. Just viewing the gentle motion of our kinetic art will help de-stress a busy day! Stake wind spinner in the ground or place it in an oversized planter. A wonderful addition to your outdoor décor. Solid metal construction.
• Two clover-shaped pinwheels spin in opposite directions • Rudder makes kinetic art face the wind • Weather-resistant bronzed finish • Solid metal construction • Stands seven feet tall
Size 28"L x 30"W x 84"H
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3.7 (based on 12 customer reviews)
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Comments about Product: It's beautiful! I bought it for my husband for Father's Day and he loves it too. It took a couple of weeks for the outer flower to loosen up and now it spins great. It's sturdy, very easy to install, and brings us lots of pleasure to watch.
Comments about Product: I saved my money to buy this spinner it looked awesome in the video. I was so excited when it arrived and quickly put it together and placed in out in my yard. The next morning we found it in pieces. I picked up the pieces and put it back together. My husband bought lock nut liquid to keep it together. It lasted a week, and we found it again in pieces in the yard. This time I wasn't able to find all the pieces to put it back together. We are VERY DISAPPOINTED! I would not recommend this to anyone.
Comments about Product: My brother purchased one for his family; they liked it so much they bought one for my family. Within 3 weeks both fell apart. The assembly directions and pictures to assemble were extremely poor.
Comments about Product: We received our garden spinner two days ago and had it up and moving that same day. It is really beautiful. When it's sunny the colors seem to come alive even without a breeze. It has been one of my best yard purchases and it's obvious that it will last a long time.
Comments about Product: Like the color, just the right size and height. It spins easily with the slightest breeze and turns into the wind easily.The bolts unscrew so I have to check it every couple of days. If you tighten the bolts too much it will not spin.The pole is not strong enough and can be bent easily. I have reinforced the pole with rebar and a piece of painted PVC pipe which seems to work. I still have to check to make sure the pole does not unscrew (which it has done in the past)
Comments about Product: We 'installed' this spinner as directed and it looked good. Then the wind came up and the rod holding the spinner bent way over and the spinning part fell off and was ruined. We got a replacement and when installing it, pounded an 8ft metal rod in the ground (pounded in 5 ft) and attached the new spinner rod onto the 3feet of the inserted metal rod. Works great now!
Comments about Product: MINIMAL DIAMETER, SECTIONALIZED POLE APPEARS TO BE INADEQUATE FOR WEIGHT, OR WIND RESISTANCE OF FLOWER HEAD. THIS RESULTS IN POLE THAT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO REMAIN STRAIGHT AND BENDS AT MINIMAL THREADED JOINTS.
OTHERWISE, WELL FUNCTIONING WINDMILL.
Comments about Product: Set it up on the canyon side of our property, spins great, rudder keeps it moving. Easy to install, beautiful to look at, interesting to watch! Only disappointment, once you set it in the ground, it is only 5 ft tall, not 7 ft tall. Beautiful to look at though, at any height. Spins like a top on even slightly windy days.
Comments about Product: This item wasn't as red as it shows online. It is more rusty in color. This was a plus for me. Plus, there was a problem with the shipment and Wind and Weather worked it all out for me in double quick time. I was very impressed.
Comments about Product: This spinner spins with a lot of vigor with the slightest breeze so be sure to tighten everything well. Apparently I didn't and spent a great deal of time looking for the smaller pieces when it went airborne. It costs more than most of the others but is worth it. Once in the ground it is not 84", more like 76".