From a customer in Georgia, install of an 84" RainSaucer on a 55 gal drum. He writes " The Rain Saucer is doing just what we wanted. Our garden is on a slope, so we set the barrel just above it, installed a spigot & connected it to movable soaker hose. It works like a charm. It was easy to assemble & filled up very quickly. One problem was the wind, but we anchored the collector to the garden fence and that took care of it."
Customer in California uses this 84" RainSaucer with multiple barrels on a hillside. She moves the RainSaucer from barrel to barrel as each one gets filled during the rainy season. The plan is to use the water during the dry Summer with pressure provide by gravity.
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Erie, PA Environmental education NPO Environment Erie writes "We used the RainSaucers at a school with a group of 7th and 8th graders who wanted to collect rain water.The school doesn’t have any downspouts so the students researched other ways and found (your product). They hooked them up to four 55 gallon barrels and are now collecting rain water to use in the raised garden bed in the school courtyard. This project took place at Diehl Elementary School"
Proud owner of a RainSaucer from Virginia. He says setup was "straightforward" and that the system is already working "satisfactorily". He says the water is mainly for his garden and as a backup water source, If the need arises.
From customer in Iowa about his 48" RainSaucer "It worked wonderfully and boy was I surprised at how fast it collect rain! It was a real savior for my garden last summer since we had less than normal rainfall... I really love it and have told many friends about it... Thanks again for such a great idea for those of us with free standing rain barrels."
Customer in Orlando, FL writes "I have installed my rainsaucer and like it very much... I have 2 rain barrels side-by-side near my garden planter which is quite a ways from the house, so it wasn't possible to have the rain barrels filled from a gutter down spout. The barrels are linked together at the bottom so that as one fills the other fills also, and likewise, as one drains down, the other does, too."