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Outdoor Traditional Watering Can 4L - Graphite

€68,00

Here's a strong and handsome companion for those essential gardening tasks. Perfectly balanced for easy carrying, this metal watering can is engineered from galvanised steel, specially sealed and powder-coated for corrosion protection. Its large diameter spout provides a faster flow, while the coarse spray rose enables swift and efficient watering...

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Here's a strong and handsome companion for those essential gardening tasks. Perfectly balanced for easy carrying, this metal watering can is engineered from galvanised steel, specially sealed and powder-coated for corrosion protection.

Its large diameter spout provides a faster flow, while the coarse spray rose enables swift and efficient watering of your established outdoor plants. Presented in a beautiful box, it makes a fine gift.

Size: 50 x 19 x 30 cm

Fits 4 liter of water

Weight when full with water: 5kg

Material: Steel

 

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