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Rainsaver 190 litre Water Butt Kit

Item No. RSVRSKIT
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The biggest selling water butt in the UK.

The Rainsaver 190 litre Water Butt Kit is the biggest selling water butt in the UK and is recommended by UK water companies all over the country.

The enclosed Rain Diverter Kit channels all the rainwater that falls on the roof of your home direct into the water butt, which can then be used for watering the garden or other outdoor jobs.

The stand raises the water butt to make it easier to fit a watering can under the tap to fill it.

The water butt is supplied pre-drilled and with our easy-to-follow instructions, fitting could not be simpler.

Kit Includes: Rainsaver Water Butt with a tap and child safe lid, 1 x stand and 1 x Rain Diverter Kit.

The Rain Diverter Kit fits standard 68mm (2.7") round and 65mm (2.5") square plastic downpipes. Not suitable for cast iron downpipes.

Click on the following link to download a PDF copy of the Rainsavers lid fitting instructions.

Please note that the water butt and stand should always be situated on a flat and level surface.

Features

  • UK's best selling water butt
  • Pre-drilled with inlets and stoppers on both sides
  • Child-safe locking lid
  • Made in the UK from recycled plastic
  • Guaranteed for 5 years

Specification

Rainsaver Water Butt specification
ModelCapacity (l)Height (mm)Height With Stand (mm)Diameter (mm)
Rainsaver1909601240650
Fitting Instructions
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Price
£29.98
incl. VAT
Reviews (1)
  • Good value and practical design 7/3/2017
    I have had 5 of these for quite a few years now and will probably buy some more when I can decide where to put them. In themselves they are very durable although I have had to replace the taps on a couple of the older ones. I did have a sixth one but, being empty at the time, it blew away in a gale and got damaged. They are easy to set up but the rain collectors supplied with them could be of a better design in that they tend to clog up with debris off the roof fairly quickly.
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