The Rain Wizard Urn 65-gallon rain barrel is a thing of beauty and design. Constructed with thick and durable polyethylene plastic, it will hold up to the harshest elements. The exterior has the appearance of a terra cotta urn. The graceful lines, curves, and garnishes on this rain barrel make it an accent piece on your home's exterior and not something that sticks to your house. The flat back design optimizes the space used and allows you to position the barrel close to walls or flat areas. The top is the only of its kind that acts as a planter space and also self-drains when excess water is present. A channel built into the rim diverts overflowing water to the front and away from the barrel and your home's foundation. You can have peace of mind that you're conserving water and giving your garden the best water it can get, devoid of harsh chemicals and rich in nutrients. Conserve water without sacrificing your home's appearance with the very stylish and functional Rain Wizard Urn.
65 Gallon capacity rain barrel
Urn shape and color add class and style to your rain harvesting
Self draining, planter top
Meshed screen blocks debris from entering your water supply
Flat back design sits tightly against any outside wall
Equipped with a sturdy brass spigot which won't rust or break like plastic alternatives
Routed channel diverts excess water to the front of the barrel to avoid flooding your foundation
Linkable to all other compatible Rain Wizard rain barrels
1 year limited manufacturer's warranty on parts and labor
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out of 9 reviews
75% recommend this product
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Aug 2, 2016
Saving water in California
My new whole house water purifier discharges 60 gallons of water every 10 days. I live in California with the drought, so I decided to capture the discharge and use it to water my garden. It is 150 feet from the filter and I raised it to give some flow pressure. It works like a charm!
Mar 19, 2019
I purchased two of these to go w/ Home Depot's...
I purchased two of these to go w/ Home Depot's installation of my gutters. The installers just placed them underneath the downspout and so the water gets splashed all over the top part of it (I wanted to plant something in the recess at the top but I'm afraid that when it rains it'll just wash everything out of it). I was under the impression that the downspout goes directly over the plastic net, and so only a minimal amount of water would splash out into the recess...but I was wrong :( I'm sure these water urns are awesome, but Home Depot's installers may've just done a bad job in installing them.
Mar 6, 2019
Looks nice and works good. Check the item before you leave the store though. The drain holes ...
Looks nice and works good. Check the item before you leave the store though. The drain holes for the planter were drilled wrong on three of the four I got.
Sep 13, 2016
Looks great now I just need it to rain!
We got them installed and all my neighbors think it looks fantastic!
Aug 24, 2016
Had a hole in the base. leaked all 65 gals. out in a day.
May 10, 2016
The product itself is average. The flow rate is horrible. Don't expect any water pressure because there isn't any. It is impossible to get water out of the hose when connected. The best usage is let the water drip directly into a bucket.
Dec 8, 2015
65 gallon rain barrel
We purchased this rain barrel for ourselves about 2 years ago and have sung it's praises since then. We just bought one for our son's home, as he's also interested in conservation, and we've considered buying an additional one for our home. It's amazing how much rainwater is collected in even a light shower! We like the flat back of this barrel so it can fit closer to the garage wall.
Aug 26, 2014
These are great! Easy to install. It would be wonderful for them to be carried in the store.
Jul 13, 2014
Perfect for my needs
These barrels are just the thing. They install easily and have saved me in water costs already. Connecting them together is a breeze. A must for all home gardeners.