Rated 4 out of 5 by 302
Rated 2 out of 5 by sheiande Doesn't Last
I loved this and was enjoying it. After about 6 months the pole where it screwed together began to bend. I am so disappointed. Pole should be a single piece.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ggshopper POOR DESIGN
It stopped spinning right away. Kept adjusting it and it would again stop spinning. The pole is bent from the wind. Very poor design.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Marcol Bad Quality
Had only one summer. It stopped spinning, bolts fell off and it rusted after one summer season. It is bad quality.
Rated 5 out of 5 by irisheyes Finally
I haven't wanted one of these for a very long time and I was very pleased with my wind spinner. It is very high quality and sturdy, easy to put together and a joy to watch.
Rated 1 out of 5 by elvispresley upset
Purchased this summer before last and like the others, pole bends, won't stand up straight and screws and bolts fall out constantly. Entire thing turned black and I can find nothing to restore color. Tried to contact company for assistance to no avail. I paid $110.00 for this. I only have it out in the summer, store in the shed for the winter. Had not held up for the price. Would love to be able to restore color to original bronze. For the price, expected better.
Rated 4 out of 5 by sunny64 beautiful
Got this yesterday and it is nicer than what I had imagined. The only problem is it needs more stakes to stabilize it in the ground. It come with only one attached to the pole, needs 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by sunscape Looked great BUT
I loved this spinner when I first got it. When I went to put it out the 2nd year I found problems with the pole. After screwing the mid section to the bottom and putting It up, it would not stand up straight. I tried a few thing to get it to stand up without leaning short of having it welded. I also purchased a Solar Flower Spinner that I love and I see that the pole sections are much thicker and really put together well. I called customer service to see if maybe they remade the pole for the Kinetic but sadly no. I could purchase another pole section but feel I would need to buy both sections and would only have the same trouble in the future. Its a shame I did like it.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Diva1149 Mesmerizing!
I adore this beautiful wind spinner! Compliments abound from anyone who enters our back yard! Very soothing to kick back on the deck and watch this lovely sculpture spin in the wind. Love it! Would love a taller version in the future for a spot near our pool.
Rated 5 out of 5 by KristiL Love it!
I purchased this 2 years ago. It looks and performs as well as it did when I first got it. It is sturdy and beautiful. Blows in all directions depending on the wind. It has held up in strong MN storms. I keep it out all year long and it has weathered perfectly during our extreme winters. Everybody who comes to our home comments on how much they like our piece of "art" in the front garden! Couldn't be happier!
Rated 2 out of 5 by moon4rent Not worth it
Got this for my daughter. She loved it till the first wind came along and bent the cheap rod. Needs something more robust to hold this in the ground and withstand wind. The poor rods won't even hold together now. Had to put a solid piece of steel inside to make it stand up. 2 stars for the design and idea. Too bad it didn't hold up.
Rated 1 out of 5 by saralee dissappointed
had this spinner for the second year now and we only put it out in spring and summer.It has fallen apart about 4 times already and have to look for the screws and washers in the soil to put it back together again
Rated 1 out of 5 by rosemarie Product improvement badly needed
I have purchased 3 of these and loved them a lot, at first. I am having the same problems a lot of other reviewers are mentioning - the pole keeps unscrewing itself and then bends so that you can no longer screw it together and the nuts on the spinner come off. I purchased new nuts/washers and now one side of the spinner seems to spin itself tight. For the price paid, these problems really make me quite mad. Also, the prongs are not nearly enough to keep this in the ground and steady. Would like the engineers who came up with this to re-examine their design quite significantly!