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The Headwind Consumer Products EZ Read Rain Gauge measures rainfall up to 5 inches. It is 21" tall and its clear plastic tube has bright yellow markings with a contrasting high-visibility orange float so that it can be read from up to 50 feet away. It has a specially constructed funnel to prevent leaves and other debris from entering and clogging the gauge. It is easy to mount on a fence, fence post, or in the ground with the included rust-resistant bracket.
|Parts Included:||Rust resistant bracket included|
|Shipping Weight:||0.31 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Headwind Consumer Products (Mfg. Number: 820-1002)|
- Jumbo size
- Bright, easy-to-read markings
- Contrasting high-visibility float
- Easy to mount on a fence or in the ground
- Rust resistant bracket included
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ez read rain gauge
By Gary in Lake Charles La. on 01/20/2014
I like the size and the bright readable numbers. What I don`t like is the poor quality plastic tube. it should have been a thick plastic, not the bendable paper thin plastic that it is. I bought two as a gift, because of the poor quality of the tube I did not give these to my friend for his birthday. I will be returning this product.
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06/26/2017 Terri from Plaquemine, La
QWhy aren't the measurements on Headwind Consumer Products EZ Read Rain Gauge the same as a tape measure?
When measuring the dashes and numbers with tape measure the numbers on the gauge are way off? More than one inch from 1 to 2, 2 to 3?? please explain
A Per the manufacturer the Headwind Consumer Products EZ Read Rain Gauge†is scientifically calibrated for the funnel to catch an inch of rain compared to the tube size and is not measured the same as with a measuring tape. †You read the orange float to be accurate on the amount of rainfall.
Per the manufacturer the Headwind Consumer Products EZ Read Rain Gauge†is scientifically calibrated for the funnel to catch an inch of rain compared to the tube size and is not measured the same as with a measuring tape. †You read the orange float to be accurate on the amount of rainfall.