Pure Copper Traditional Ring Rain Chain - 8.5 ft ... is simple and elegant contemporary design, developed by assembling 27 links in series.
The rain chain is functional and beautiful substitutes for traditional downspouts, it coverts rainwater runoff into a beautiful melodious water feature.
Each traditional ring link is beautifully handcrafted by skilled artisans using 3 gauge (6.4 mm or 0.25 inch) thick solid copper metal wire and measures 2.25” x 1.25”.
Join the tradition and bring home the harmony of cascading water
Water is precious save it
1. Pure thick quality copper rain chain.
2. Sculpted rings for the rain chains connoisseur.
3. Creates a conversation piece when hung from a downspout.
4. Develops a patina over time which is appealing.
* Part number / Item number : 235864
* UPC : 633402233051
* Specification of copper traditional ring link
- Length x Width x Height: 1.25 (inches) x 0.25 (inch) x 2.25 (inches)
- Wire thickness: 3 gauge
* Over all specification of copper traditional ring rain chain
- Length x Width x Height: 1.25 (inches) x 1.25 (inches) x 102 (inches)
- Number of links per chain : 57 links
- Material : Copper
- Finish : Natural copper
Each rain chain comes equipped with a gutter attachment piece called “cross bar hanger” for easy and quick installation. Assembly / Installation Instructions are included with each rain chain.
In areas of snowfall we recommend you use this rain chain.
Disclaimer: Link Style Rain Chains do not contain all the rain water and may result in water splashing. Do not use in an area where there could be potential water damage to structure due to accumulation of water.
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1. Remove your downspout, following manufacturers instructions. 2. Place copper adapter snugly into the drain hole on the your rain gutter. 3. Remove cross bar piece from top of rain chain. 4. Slide the rain chain up thru the bottom of the drain hole and have enough of the rain chain thru the top that a few links are sticking out beyond the adapter. 5. Take the top most link and re-secure the cross bar to the chain.6. Slowly feed the chain back down the drain hole until the cross bar rests firmly at the top of the copper adapter.