|Assembly Required: Yes||Product Warranty: 2 year manufacture's defect|
|Product Type: Pinwheels and Spinners||Color: White; Gray|
|Additional Parts Required: No||Material: Metal|
|Weather Resistant: Yes||Water Resistant: Yes|
|Fade Resistant: Yes||UV Resistant: Yes|
|Mildew Resistant: Yes||Rust Resistant: Yes|
|Lighted: No||Product Care: Wipe with soft damp cloth or use stainless steel cleaner|
|Country of Manufacture: Taiwan|
Questions & Answers
Blomus Viento Rounded Edge Pinwheel
Does not work
Nancy from Gassville, AR– Verified Buyer
This one does not work at all even in Arkansas constant wind.
Works but cheap
mary from winter park, FL– Verified Buyer
This spun very nice but the metal 'wings' are so thin they are easily bent just by holding it.
Amy from California– Verified Buyer
I love this pinwheel. It looks great and is exactly as it was described online! Very pleased
Victoria from West Plains, MO– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
I've been looking for grown up versions of the pinwheel and couldn't be more pleased with these! They add just the right amount of fun to my outdoor happy place!
Donna from Village of Loch Lloyd, MO– Verified Buyer
Thought it would be taller. I placed this in an area that gets a great deal of wind, but it seldom moves. I would not recommend..
april from pawtucket, RI– Verified Buyer
Not as sturdy as I thought but its more for the meaning...a friends 8year old daughter who was killed in an auto mobile accident last year. .loved pinwheels...so this is in the ground behind my solar angel fairy
Maureen from Westchester, IL– Verified Buyer
Great toy to watch spin in the wind. GREAT design.
Sturdy and fun
Joan from MI– Verified Buyer
This works well and has held up so far even through strong winds.
Ivan from California– Verified Buyer
I like the look of this pinwheel. It is just as pictured and works well too. Good quality and great design.
Laurence from Richmond, MA– Verified Buyer
Its attractive but not very durable. As the snow has melted, I have found the spinner which I had thought was blown away. It simply glided down the support shaft-after I repaired it once with a more secure washer.