Creekwood Windsor Wind Sculpture Spinner, Silver ...

This beautiful brushed silver finish wind spinner turns elegantly with the wind to create a brilliant exhibition of colour. Each side of the spinner rotates in the opposite direction and spins on its axis to create a vibrant display of colour. At 220cm in height, this wind spinner becomes a mesmerising focal point to complement

This beautiful brushed finish wind spinner turns elegantly with the wind to create a brilliant exhibition of colour. Each side of the spinner rotates in the opposite direction and spins on its axis to create a vibrant display of colour. At 220cm in height, this wind spinner becomes a mesmerising focal point to complement your flowers, highlight key areas of your or simply to add a sense of tranquility to your outdoor space. Specifications Height: 220cm (7ft 2in) Width: 70cm (27½in)

Product Features

  • ALTERNATING DIRECTIONS – Each side rotates in opposite directions and spins on its axis to create a mesmerising effect
  • POWDER COATED – High quality materials and production
  • STURDY GROUND STAKE – Perfect stability and easy installation guaranteed by the sturdy ground stake
  • IDEAL SIZE – Perfectly sized for your garden
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Anonymous says:

An amazing garden sculpture The wind sculpture arrived perfectly packaged and in good time, it was easy to assemble and included a couple of extra small screws just in case you lose one. It is very well made but I covered the two bearings with some auto grease to protect them and extend their lifespan. It’s size means it really stands out and is a great addition to the garden.

Anonymous says:

Lovely to look at and easy to assemble Lovely to look at and easy to assemble. Can spin it round by hand but even when quite windy does not spin. I’ve looked at the mountings and there does not seem to be anyway to enable spinning in the wind.

Anonymous says:

Love it. I absolutely love it. I can sit and look at it moving for ages. Quite mesmerising.

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