Model # 2771-2

Internet #202814918

RESCUE 120 gal. Rain Barrel Set with Linking Kit and Diverter Kit

Discontinued RESCUE

120 gal. Rain Barrel Set with Linking Kit and Diverter Kit

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Product Overview

The RESCUE 60 gal. Deluxe Rain Barrel 2 Piece Set with a Linking Kit provides an earth-friendly way to conserve and save rainwater for use around the yard and garden. The included linking kit allows you to connect the two rain barrels, boosting your water storage capacity from 60 gal. to 120 gal..

  • Assembled dimension: 56 in. W x 52 in. D x 33 in. H
  • Crafted from high-density 25% recycled resin
  • Lids remove easily for access with a bucket or watering can
  • Can be linked in groups of 2 or more easily connect the two rain barrels with the included linking kit
  • UV-stable
  • Each rain barrel holds up to 60 gal. of rainwater
  • Includes 2 barrels, 2 lids, downspout diverter, 36 in. tubing, 2 spigot, 2 spigot nuts and 2 spigot gaskets
  • When both rain barrels are full, water is redirected back through downspout through the included downspout diverter
  • Used to collect rainwater for use in the yard or garden
  • Includes two 60 gal. piece Set

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Manufacturer Warranty
90 Days

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Asked by: Gerri
Hi Gerri, unfortunately, this 120 gal. Rain Barrel Set with Linking Kit and Diverter Kit appears to have been discontinued and is no longer in stock or available for purchase on The item will remain briefly on the website for customer reference, and the description will be updated with “Discontinued” if it has not been already. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!
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Date published: 2016-12-04
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Customer Reviews

120 gal. Rain Barrel Set with Linking Kit and Diverter Kit is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 120 gal. Rain Barrel Set with Linking Kit (Includes two 60 gal. Pc Set) These rain barrels have proven themselves worthy. I put mine close to gutter down spout with partial shade, poured a 6" thick slab for them with 5 6" supporting feet, linked them both together. These values seem kind of flimsy; will need to replace with a ball value for better stability and faster flow Bad-shipping-they need to be shipped with something in the bottom of one so they aren’t stuck together. I had to sit mine in the sun for 2 days so they would flex apart.
Date published: 2012-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Rain Collectors I've had these same barrels in the past, but had to replace them since the plastic spigot was hit and broke the barrel beyond repair. My only complaint if any is the rubber gasket used in the holes eventually dry rot, but are easily replaced. Otherwise, I expect this set to last a long time. This goes without saying, but it's extremely important that barrels are winterize to prevent damage over the cool seasons. In short, the barrels should be emptied of all water and sealed to prevent any future water from entering into the unit. In addition, they should be secured to prevent wind from knocking them over or blowing them away. I typically place a bag of sand inside each one and tie strap the lid to the unit via the handles over the winter months.
Date published: 2013-06-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not ready to run Seems to be a mistake, but mine came with two downspout kits and no connector kit... Extra grommets, not supplied, will be required to connect the two barrels together.(to be fair these would have been in the linking kit had I actually received one... Home Depot are going to send me a connector kit). Biggest problem, however is that the two barrels come nested one inside the other, have obviously been that way for a long time and so far have proved impossible to separate...
Date published: 2012-04-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Broke Right Out Of The Box The two barrels were stuck together so tightly, it was impossible to separate them. After multiple attempts, the barrels both cracked the whole length.
Date published: 2012-07-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from All in one Easy to install. Came with all the parts I would need. I would recommend sealant for all gaskets. Takes two people to pull apart barrels. Filled 4 barrels (240 gallons) with one storm that dropped an inch of rain. Recommend elevating on cinder blocks to allow bucket/watering can access under spigot.
Date published: 2014-03-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good barrels, mediocre hardware The barrels are nice material and seem to hold up well after 2 months. They were hard to seperate as shipped, but with careful pulling and tugging I was able to do it by myself. The holes for the faucets are drilled relatively high up so there is quite a bit of water left in the barrel when the water stops running. That also causes the barrel/faucet connection to leak when hooking up a hose to the faucet because it is deforming the barrel enough so that the seal is not tight anymore. I will tighten the nut on the inside of the barrel to see if that helps. I installed the barrels on top of a frame that is about 30 in. high for easy access to the faucets and to fill buckets. The diverter from the downspout seems to work well. I sealed it with some silicone. The valves are all plastic and I am not sure how long they will last, so far one of them is leaking a little bit. Since you have to drill the top holes (1 in. holes) for the inlet and the connection of the barrels, I would prefer to drill the bottom holes as well, closer to the bottom of the barrel. The barrel would be stiffer there and one could empty it further down. The ultimate test is how long these barrels and hardware will last, but I am happy with it after 2 months.
Date published: 2012-09-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The rain barrel set works great. Installation instructions were easy to follow and complete. Installation took about 2 hours. The first rain storm of 0.4 " filled 3/4 th of the first barrel. The second rainfall of 1.4 inches filled both barrels.
Date published: 2012-04-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good value, ease of use The set is a good value. Pre drilled holes facilitate set up. There is only one faucet, so you will have to buy a second one. The barrels are packed one inside the other. Two persons can separate them by pulling on opposite sides.
Date published: 2012-06-19
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