This watering can isn't a can, but a cream-colored terra cotta (feels like slipware) watering pot, with a fruit motif painted on one side. Measures 7-1/2" tall x 6-1/2" dia with a handle and a 4" spout. Home potters could probably glaze this, but it holds water as is.
Insecticidal Solar Accent Light
Looks like a mini version of an old street lamp, but it's solar powered with rechargeable batteries, and it makes a lovely accent light in the garden. It's also a killing machine, using that solar power to zap the bugs that are heading for your neck. Measures 6" across x 8" tall (14" tall mounted) in black plastic and can be hung or mounted on the included 3-piece stake.
Looks like a cheap kid-sized tennis racket, but brother, this ain't for the kids. It's actually a fine way for adults to work on their upper-body strength and kill bugs at the same time. 18" long, with a 6" wide paddle lined with metal grid. A coil in the handle sends high voltage through the paddle when a button is pushed, hit a bug with it and the bug will bug you no more. We've seen these in other catalogs for about twice the price, so buy it from us. 2 AA batteries, not included.
I am not a rock, I just look like one. I'm actually a 3-1/2" x 2" x 1-1/2" deceptively rock-like hunk of gray and black polyresin that's hollowed out to hold your spare key and hide among all the other rocks.
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