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Buy Pure raindrop water butt: <ul><b><li>Self-filling watering jug</li><li>Easily attaches to existing drainpipe</li><li>5-year guarantee</li></b></ul><br>The award-winning Elho RainDrop makes saving and using rainwater easier than ever. The clever contemporary design includes a built-in 5ltr yellow jug that auto-fills when it rains. Any excess runs over into the 75ltr teardrop container for storage.<br><br>Once it's full, surplus water drains away via the drainpipe, which back-fills the container each time water is removed.<br><br>For no-fuss watering, just remove the ready-filled jug and you’re ready to go. A tap at the base makes it easy to fill other watering cans if needed.<br><br>The RainDrop can be easily fitted to your existing drainpipe, and is suitable for pipes from 68-80mm. Frost resistant down to -20 degrees C, the sturdy water butt is supplied with a 5-year guarantee.<br><br>Measurements:<br>L44cm x W48cm x H119cm

  • Self-filling watering jug
  • Easily attaches to existing drainpipe
  • 5-year guarantee

The award-winning Elho RainDrop makes saving and using rainwater easier than ever. The clever contemporary design includes a built-in 5ltr yellow jug that auto-fills when it rains. Any excess runs over into the 75ltr teardrop container for storage.

Once it's full, surplus water drains away via the drainpipe, which back-fills the container each time water is removed.

For no-fuss watering, just remove the ready-filled jug and you’re ready to go. A tap at the base makes it easy to fill other watering cans if needed.

The RainDrop can be easily fitted to your existing drainpipe, and is suitable for pipes from 68-80mm. Frost resistant down to -20 degrees C, the sturdy water butt is supplied with a 5-year guarantee.

Measurements:
L44cm x W48cm x H119cm

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