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weather vane center
from kansas city
About Me Midrange Shopper
Comments about Weather Vane Center:
We were disapointed with the quality and it wasn't easy to assemble.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Well worth the money
from Pittsburgh, PA
Mounted on my deck railing, very attractive, needs better assembly instructions.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
cheepley made not happy with mine.
Just wanted it to but in flower bed,bird sat on it,it broke.was not very sturdy.wind will blow them over.It was not what i was thinkinh i would be reciving.
from D.C. suburbs
I bought one of these several years back, and it was much stronger and solidly made. The pole was a thicker metal; this one can't stand up to strong winds without waving back and forth. As others note, the pieces don't fit together very easily or securely. If you attach one of the cardinal direction arms (E/W/N/S), another falls out. Sadly, it used to be a better product...
weather shame center
from South Jersey
About Me Budget Shopper
not very sturdy, falls apart and blows away, doesn't spin in wind, my husband had to glue the sections of the stake that holds it up together!!
OK! About what I expected. It works.
By A guy.
from Media ,Pa.
Not tall enough. Should be about 18 inches taller. Otherwise it is OK.
Was disappointed in quality
from Terre Haute, In.
Great to measure rainfall but wind vane won't move (too tight of a fit), anemometer doesn't move very easily either. I was disappointed
from Doylestown PA
If it's not assembled right the cups do not rotate. Says it will tell you how fast the wind it blowing-yeah-you see the cups rotating. had to reglue the front of the directional arrow that easily broke. arrow does not rotate very well.