Achla 50 Gallon Rain Catcher with Wood Grain Design


Price

$149.99

Item # RB03
Ship Weight 63.00 lbs
Stock Status Available

Put that Rainwater to Good Use!

Many municipalities are now restricting water for irrigation use. A rain barrel is the environmentally friendly way to put rainwater to good use while you save on your water bills.

Rectangular in shape, this 50 gallon barrel is designed to fit snugly and unobtrusively against a wall. A removable debris screen keeps leaves, critters, and insects out. Built-in 4 foot hose with thumb valve stores neatly in a slot on top.

Made from durable, UV-stable polyethelene in woodsy brown. Measures 22in W x 16in D x 32in H overall. Includes a foolproof linking kit to add more barrels as your garden expands. Oversized Shipping add $10.

Product Information


Specs

  • Fifty gallon capacity
  • 22" Wide x 16" Deep x 32" High
  • UV stabilized poly construction

Product Features

Includes 4' hose at bottom of barrel. Hose has a shut-off included Two or more can be linked together in seconds

Product Benefits

Rectangular shape allows them to be put in tighter spaces than a round one

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QUESTION: How do you link one RB03 to another RB03? ANSWER: After assembling the RB03's, cut off about 1/4" of the in-series overflow spigot on the right hand side of one barrel and the left hand side of another. You can do this with a hacksaw. Set the barrels side-by-side with the spigots facing each other. Take the small hose from the linkage kit provided and secure to each spigot with the tie straps (included). As the first barrel reaches capacity, the overflow water will flow into the other barrel.

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Overall Rating: 5/5

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from OH

Great way to conserve water!

2011-04-25

Very useful – great way to conserve water! We use it all the time to fill our watering can to water flowers. We've had it for three years now and it has not faded or become brittle like other plastics when left in the sun. (FYI, this is an employee's comment ;-).