Celebrate St. Patrick's day with this unique spinner that features two rows of shamrocks that spin in the breeze. With hand-painted dark green and light green shamrocks it makes a festive display anywhere in your yard or garden. Some assembly required. Iron stake is 13 1/2"Dia. x 60"H.
I placed 2 of these spinners in my backyard. They look great! Love the shamrock design; perfect for my irish theme. Work well & feel sturdy. I definitely recommend. -
Fun & Irish
I put two of these in my backyard. They were easy to assemble, work well & add an element of fun & whimsy. These spinners add some color & interest to my yard. The family loves to watch the shamrocks spin while relaxing on the patio. -
Cute, colorful, and well made for the price
Outdoor decoration for Saint Patricks day. -
Neat St. Patrick's day Spinner!
I bought one to begin with and really thought they were well designed and durable. I decided to buy 2 more since the yard is so drab this time of year and for my St Patrick's outdoor display. -
June Bug 55,
Spins in the wind even in a breeze. -
San Antonio, TX
OMG!! I'm in love with this... ???
Assembly was very self explanatory. Just looking at it...I didn't need the instructions.
I did have a wee bit of time with 1 wheel not wanting to spin easily so I used my noodle and put a wee bit of machine lube (Not the runny stuff) on the threads and "PRESTO!!" works like a charm.
The spacers is a (2) bolt-nut on the bolt between the wheel and "T" bar of the yard stake that you turn to tighten or loosen and to keep the wheel in place. Hope I worded this right. -
This is an attractive St. Patrick's decoration, and I was eager to use it in our yard. The "instruction" sheet has a picture of where the pieces go but no words of instruction. However, it was fairly easy to assemble anyway. We placed it in the yard and waited for it to spin and look interesting....but no spinning. We turned it all different directions trying to get it to pick up the wind and spin...no luck until really strong winds came. With a three-pronged base, the piece looked stable, but when the wind got strong enough to make it spin, it also knocked it down. The piece is too top-heavy. Sadly, it will just be a stationary piece now tied to a tree to keep it upright. -
Not happy, didnt come with spacers.
Rubbed together & hit against bar -
Fond du Lac