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Rain Gauge made in copper made in Germany

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  • 100% German Made by Fischer
  • Rain gauge made of solid copper.
  • Case tip and connecting pieces made of solid brass.
  • Engraved scale for measuring the amount of precipitation that has fallen.
  • Collecting area about 1 m above ground.
  • Comes with Instruction and information pamphlet

The rain gauge made of solid copper is a shapely and at the same time practical companion in the garden:

With the engraved scale, you can measure the daily amount of precipitation and thus better estimate whether plants and crops in the garden should be additionally watered.

Over time, the copper will take on a typical patina and make the rain gauge a special eye-catcher in the garden.

Rain gauge made of solid copper

Base tip and connecting pieces made of solid brass

Engraved scale for measuring the amount of precipitation that has fallen

Collecting area about 1 m above ground

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After Nicola carefully prepares and wraps your product choice we then use our Eship platform with automatic tracking to ensure your order arrives safe and sound and in pristine condition.

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Most New Zealand orders arrive within 3 days. Most Australian orders arrive within 3-6 days. International orders arrive mostly within 10 days.

Any delivery worries call Cameron on NZ 0800 693 583, AUS 1800 136 886 Int +64 3 338 1109.


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