I have a wind spinner from Uncommon Goods and have loved it! And now our friends will have the same enjoyment.
I love how interesting the spinner is to watch. I'll have to see how well the finish wears in the elements.
Quite attractive, but one of the small rotors is so unbalanced that it won't spin even in very heavy winds.
Palm Springs area
It adds interest and color to the garden. Is a talking point for friends. It moves easily in a light breeze, but we bring it inside in adverse weather. Many people say "where did you get it?" and I give them your web site.
We have had this in our yard for a few months now, and it is a lovely product that spins beautifully. However, it did not take long for the joints to begin to rust and become unstable. Tried adding some outdoor clearcoat lacquer early in the process to stop the rust from getting any worse, but it unfortunately did not work. Maybe not the best for locations with a lot of salt in the air...?
San Francisco, CA
Bought this as a gift. Looked great out of the box, but it wouldn't soon as some of the arms hit each other as they rotated. Don't know if it got bent in transit, but the arms are supple enough to bend a little to allow for free movement. Hope this doesn't cause problems or point to short lifespan of the product in the future.
Looks great in our garden!
Wanted to add sculptural interest to garden.
This piece is beautiful and fun to look at. I had hoped it would be a little bit taller, but as it is, it's still really nice. This was a gift for my husband and he loves it, which is really all that matters.
I am very disappointed that the two parts do not rotate as described. The only time I saw the bottom half of the spinner rotating (for a very short time) was during a heavy wind storm. So the bottom stays stationary for most of the time while the top spins.