I have purchased several windmills from various wind/weather/plow/hearth companies. Some are good, some are bad. This windspinner from Stanwood is EXCELLENT. It’s the best I’ve seen. Nothing flimsy or cheap about this. The instructions were detailed, with pictures, and printed in color ink on card stock! Just that detail alone is evidence that this is a quality company. Everything was packaged thoroughly and carefully for shipping. The (easy) assembly was quick and my husband and I were so thrilled to see it spinning happily in the light breeze. Since then we have had strong winds and it does great with those too. I will definitely be making another purchase from this company. Just beautiful!! Get the big one. You won’t be sorry!
Stanwood Wind Sculpture: Large Kinetic Copper Dual Spinner - Dancing Willow Leaves (Jumbo 3-ft Across, 9-ft Tall)
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This is a Jumbo Sized kinetic copper wind sculpture with a theme of Dancing Willow Leaves. In comparison to our regular size sculptures, this sculpture is both 50% taller and wider. Its pole is also 50% thicker. It stands 9 ft tall. Its wheels are 3 ft across. The leaves are oriented in a way that enables two wheels to spin elegantly in opposite directions at all times. 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 dual spinners move independently and always in opposite directions. The kinetic sculpture is also capable of swiveling 360 degrees in the wind. The unit will spin in the slightest breeze. 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 and swiveling head, this kinetic sculpture can withstand strong winds up to 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 recommend 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: Pole is about 9 ft tall. Each wheel is about 3 ft in diameter
Watch how our spinner beats winter snow:
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This sculpture is amazing. With all the garbage available today I wasn’t sure what to expect but I was very pleasantly surprised. The slightest breeze sets this in beautiful motion and seems to flow effortlessly. It is very beautiful and highly recommended. I am really glad I found it! Ray Jessop
The Wind Sculpture was exactly as described, its bearings and heavy engineered leaves and stems are well made to withstand the wind and weather unlike the cheap mass produced wind art from China. It has already withstanded enough wind to have blown the others apart. I know because I had two of the cheap ones that blew apart after just a few days of wind here on the mountain top in WV.
Good quality smooth operating!
Amazingly beautiful! Quality craftsmanship, superbly manufactured and very reasonably priced!! I want all of them!
It was easier to put up than it was to unwrap! We love it! It spun perfectly with the slightest breeze! Couldn’t be happier with our purchase!
My jumbo Dancing Willow Leaves is absolutely stunning! Made of quality copper, the brass fittings are solid and top quality, and the stainless bearings allow the artwork to rotate easily with the wind. This is a top quality piece that should last for a long, long time. Well done Stanwood! Bill, San Diego, CA.
My wife and I were charmed by wind sculptures we had seen at art galleries in Utah and Phoenix, so we spent *a lot* of time investigating which wind sculpture to buy (and which we could afford). The prices range from tens of thousands of dollars for custom artists' works to dozens of dollars on Amazon for mass-market volume-produced ones. Reading a zillion reviews, we realized quickly that anything costing less than $1000 (about the most we could conceivably ever afford) seemed to have problems, typically in construction or in operation. Except Stanwood. Its reviews talked about how good the quality was and how well they operated. So, we took the chance and ordered their large spinner. At just over $450, it was half to one-third as expensive as the others with similar reviews. It arrived in five or so days, very well packed and protected. Once it was put together, we were able to compare it to the more expensive ones we had seen in person, and it is clearly as well made and as visually appealing. The poles are heavy and of high quality, as are the spinners and the mechanism. This thing is solid! It turns at the slightest breeze and looks great in our yard. We'd say this compares quite favorably to the $1700 ones we saw in person. The yard staking system is solid as a rock. Be prepared to use a level to get the pole absolutely straight from two directions and plan on having a second person to help you accomplish that. Given how well priced these are, we plan to buy a second different one for the backyard in the near future.