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Whizbang Garden Windvane

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This Pole-Mounted Windvane

Turns on a Zephyr

And Laughs As It Rides The Fiercest Winds. 

 

The Whizbang garden windvane (a.k.a., weathervane) was designed by Herrick Kimball. The original prototype was tested for 8+ years, through all kinds of weather in the Finger Lakes Region of New York State. The first production run of 50 vanes was produced by Herrick in May of 2023. You can purchase an already-made Whizbang windvane on this page, but please do not purchase until you have watched the informative YouTube videos below.

If you would prefer to make your own Whizbang-inspired windvane, there are no detailed how-to instructions (yet), but the following two videos provide sufficient construction insights for a confidently handy person to get the job done. To make the project easier, you can purchase an already-made pivot assembly and receiver below.

 

Purchase Your Whizbang Windvane Right Here...

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When you purchase an already-made Whizbang windvane, you will receive the directional arrow and pivot assembly, as pictured above. You will need to set up your pole and make tape bushings to accommodate your pole diameter. Both of those tasks are explained in the previous videos.

Availability: In Stock & Ready to Ship

Price: $87.00

On Sale$65.00 (Until End of 2023)

Postage Paid to any U.S. Address (except Hawaii & Alaska—email for a shipping quote to those states)

Wanna Make Your Own?

Purchase A Pivot Assembly & Receiver Here...

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If, after watching the above two videos, you feel confident enough to make your own Whizbang-inspired windvane, you can purchase an already-made Pivot assembly and receiver. Simply screw the pivot receiver to the bottom beam of your directional arrow and your homemade creation will be ready to ride the wind waves. You can do it! For additional insights into making your own Whizbang windvane, CLICK HERE

Availability: In Stock & Ready to Ship

Price: $37.95— Postage Paid to any U.S. Address

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