I installed this 3 weeks ago it is beautiful. Yesterday and today we had 60mph winds and it didn't even bend. I put together the poles with locktite blue but not the cap. You definitely get what you pay for previous spinners came off or bent so severely that I had to go out and reset. I will definitely be buying another.
Stanwood Wind Sculpture: Kinetic Copper Spinner - Quaking Aspen
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For sale is a kinetic copper wind sculpture with a theme of a Quaking Aspen tree. The entire wind sculpture including the pole and its fixture is made of pure copper with brass hardware. The stainless steel ball bearings within the brass hardware allow the quadruple spinners move independently and in opposite directions at all times. The pole is made of heavy gauge copper and secured into the ground by an all copper 4-point anchoring system. With its heavy duty construction, this kinetic sculpture can withstand strong winds at 50 mph.
The copper leaves and arms are not coated and will age naturally. If you want to preserve its original copper shine, you may want to apply a layer of clear coat on the leaves to prevent aging. We have had great success with clear coats made by Rust-Oleum (Crystal Clear Enamel) or Permalac (Original Clearcoat Lacquer Satin).
The craftsmanship on this wind sculpture is impeccable. The wheels are finely balanced and maintenance free. The sculpture is entirely weather proof and made to last for decades. We proudly back this beautiful kinetic wind sculpture with lifetime warranty.
Size: The entire sculpture (above ground portion) is about 6 ft tall. Larger wheels are about 2 ft in diameter while smaller wheels are 15 in.
Watch how our spinner beats winter snow:
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This is our second kinetic artwork and it is absolutely beautiful! We are well on our way to our kinetic art garden, and plan to purchase our third piece from Stanwood this month! Thanks for a great product!!
After owning several other wind spinners made by other companies that only lasted a year or two I started searching for something more substantial. I took my chance with the Quaking Aspen Kinetic Copper Spinner from Stanwood and I can honestly say that I could not be happier with the quality of this wind sculpture. Heavy duty construction, easy to assemble, spins gracefully in the slightest breeze, well balanced and absolutely gorgeous when the sun light hits it just right. It is a real conversation starter. I liked it so much that I ordered another model wind sculpture from Stanwood and plan on purchasing even more. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a high quality item that should last for many years.
After owning several other wind spinners made by other companies that only lasted a year or two I started searching for something more substantial. I took my chance with the Quaking Aspen Kinetic Copper Spinner from Stanwood and I can honestly say that I could not be happier with the quality of this wind sculpture. Heavy duty construction, easy to assemble, spins gracefully in the slightest breeze, well balanced and absolutely gorgeous when the sun light hits it just right. It is a real conversation starter. I liked it so much that I ordered another model wind sculpture from Stanwood and plan on purchasing even more. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a high-quality item that should last for many years.
Beautiful and top quality. Easy to install. Gonna be buying more.
Quality materials, superb packing, easy installation, fair price ( better than others). . . it spins in the slightest breeze and it looks terrific!My fifth piece of kinetic sculpture.
i love these copper windspinners. I have 17 of them now of various ages and therefore showing various degrees of patina. They are robust. The after sales care is excellent. These spinners are charming and everyone who walks by stops to look at them.
FROM THEIR INDUSTRIAL GRADE BEARINGS TO SOLID COPPER CONSTRUCTION THESE PRECISION WIND CATCHERS ARE DESIGNED TO GARNER YOUR ATTENTION AND THOSE WHO VIEW THEM FOR A LIFETIME. (WITH A GUARANTEE TO MATCH)
JOHN WHITE, M.D.
I've purchased a Stanwood Wind Sculpture each Christmas for my mom and dad for the last four yrs. Personally I think they look very nice - they aren't cheap looking and they are well-crafted - classy. I'd definitely recommend using a clear coat to keep the beautiful copper looking pristine. I didn't spray a clear coat on the first one that I got my folks and and four yrs later it looks dark and dingy from the tarnish i.e. oxidation. I'd recommend at least two coats per sculpture minimum. Also, I'd recommend using a small piece of pipe (i.e. electrical conduit) to hammer into the ground first than sticking the copper pole inside the small piece of pipe. This way - you don't damage the threads on the copper pipe. The threads are used to screw on the additional copper poles - you need to protect the threads. Otherwise you are going to have a very difficult time trying to get your Sculpture to stand up straight. Either way - hope you enjoy it. (BTW - won't recommend placing your Wind Sculpture by a bird feeder - spinning blades are not bird friendly. (From experience) Enjoy! It is very pretty - I just wish they had additional beautiful options. All The Best, FOX