Apr
27

RainChains – 6 foot Copper or Patina Finished Outdoor Decor

By CoolGardenThings

When we went to Atlanta*, we got some great new products and also made some videos for you so you could see more about these products. We know it was a bit more helpful than only seeing a picture ;)

If you have not seen RainChains** before, or even if you have, please let me know what you think of these by leaving a comment below. When you leave a comment, you will automatically be handed a surprise special. So, go ahead and check out the video and let us know what you think of these beautiful decorative copper and patina rain chains ***.

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*we did not have a professional video crew during the making of this video.
**the rain chains are 6 foot in length.
***be sure to leave a comment to claim your special offer bonus today.

Originally posted 2009-09-22 17:11:50. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Comments

  1. Bonnie Lavy says:

    Really neat hose containers!!!!! I also loved the rain chains!!

  2. Thanks Bonnie!

    The Hose Pots should be available by end of the week ;)
    We will let you know shortly.

  3. Plants By The Lake says:

    I am a big fan of rain chains, but I never see anyone discussing the option of supplying water to the gutter so you can enjoy the rain chains without the rain. Who wants to stand out in the rain?? I have snaked a small dripper hose up the side of my structure and into the gutter and along to the down spout. I place a catch basin at the bottom of the chain. This catch basis will overflow into a concealed container with a recirculating pump. I have an outside switch (much like a light switch) that I can turn on or off at a whim. Since the sound of the water is a side benefit to a rain chain, this option has a dual purpose. The rain chain can also be incorporated into a water feature. Options are only limited to the imagination of the owner. Since most quality pumps have volume controls (or you can purchase a small add-on) the flow can be set to your desired flow. It only takes a small pump to operate this system. Incidentally, I thoroughly enjoy your web site. Keep up the great job!! Also, I did notice the demonstrator was using a similar operation to explain the functioning of the chains.

  4. That is a great idea. Thank you for sharing that with us here. I’m sure that will give some others an idea to use also ;)

  5. Cheryl says:

    I love the idea of rain chains. I actually have been shopping around for them on different sites. Its great to see them here at CoolGardenThings. One suggestion though. Your video did not “stream” well. It kept starting and stopping.

  6. I have Fire Pots featured on my website now, but would love to include these rain chains in my Dec. posting as part of a great gifts story. These are gorgeous — and after all, if you’re going to be outside barbequing, don’t you want your surroundings to be pretty? They’re beautiful even when it’s not raining! Please send me more info and a photo!

  7. Susan says:

    Didn’t realize that they could actually replace downspouts. I want to try them now. Previously, I thought they would be nice to look out at on a rainy day (hanging them artfully in front of windows).

  8. Ann ML Johnson says:

    The rain chains are completely lovely. As in synchonicity, I’ve been trying to solve the problem of gutters and downspouts. Voila! Your timely email has solved my problem with a delightfully aesthetic option. Of course. Thanks for the reminder. I will be ordering before too much time gets by.

    Kudos on your site. It’s very cooooool.

  9. Thanks Cheryl. We’ve had some issues with video on our server lately and still trying to figure that out…Hopefully we have a rain chain that you will like ;)

  10. Thanks for the “kudos” ;)

  11. GartenGrl says:

    Cool! I love the video guys! I did not realize how big the rain chains are…those are really cool-great idea for birthday gift for my mom…If anybody has a picture of their rain chain in their garden I want to see it!
    GartenGrl

  12. Plants By The Lake says:

    GartenGrl – I tried to send you some pictures of a rain chain in my garden. The E-mail address in your profile does not work for me.

  13. GartenGrl says:

    I will look into that, thanks for the heads up!
    GartenGrl

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