1119-CON-100

24" Stake Rain Gauge

By World's Coolest

Starting at $34.95

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As rain falls, the tube floats up to indicate inches collected.

  • Made in the USA: Gardiner, New York
  • Materials: Rain Gauge: Copper or resin and powder-coated steel; Tube: Foam insert and polycarbonate plastic
  • Rust-resistant
  • Empty after each rainfall
  • Measures up to 6" of rain
  • Dimensions: Tube: 24"; Gauge: 6" x 3"
  • Weight: Resin: 1 lb; Copper: 1.3 lbs

133 Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Looks Good and it Works

5/8/2017 by Mary

I wanted a rain gauge in my garden, but only if it could look good too. This fits the bill at a reasonable price.

5

Love it

5/5/2017 by Joyce

This rain gage is great. Easy to read from inside the house and looks great in my front yard.

5

Prettiest Rain Gauge yet!

5/3/2017 by Gloria

Love my rain gauge! It's pretty and easy to read too. I even sent one to my brother who loves it as well.

5

Rain gauge

10/6/2016 by Nancy

Great rain gauge. We can read it all the way across the yard. Love the cool look and the usefulness.

5

The Best Rain Gauge Ever!

7/7/2016 by Sharon

My husband loved this! He can read it from a distance and there is no more guessing. What a great product!

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World's Coolest - Rain Gauge

About World's Coolest

Ready for Rainfall

Wondering how long to run your sprinkler? Not sure how much rain fell last night? Determining if your plants and flowers have gotten enough water doesn’t have to involve guesswork. In fact, it can be a work of art.

World’s Coolest Rain Gauge is just what the name suggests—a clever tool that measures how much water your garden gets, either from rainfall or a sprinkler. It’s a functional instrument, plus it adds a fun, sculptural element to your outdoor space.

Created by Moira “Mo” Clune, the gauge uses water displacement to measure rainfall. A copper flute collects the water, and a blue polycarbonate measuring tube with a calibrated float fits inside the collection flute. As water fills the copper flute, the blue tube floats up, displaying the rainfall measurement. Mo uses local sources (all the parts are fabricated within a 50-mile radius of her home base) and she makes each piece by hand in Gardiner, N.Y.

Keeping a steady supply of moisture in the soil is critical for flowers, plants and gardens. With World’s Coolest Rain Gauge, you can keep tabs on water levels with style.