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80 Gallon Rainsaver Rain Barrel

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RS80
Regular Price: $299.99
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    The Rainsaver rain barrel's lightweight and easy to handle two-piece design allows you to capture 80 gallons at a time of rain from your gutters and affords the strongest water pressure available in a home rain barrel system.

    Enjoy free shipping for this product in the contiguous 48 United States.

    This rain barrel is a Clean Air Gardening exclusive!

    Now comes in Green or Tan!

    The Rainsaver Rain Barrel System provides you and your family with water as free as the wind for watering gardens, for washing cars, boats and dogs, or simply for an alternative water source.

    Looking for the right rain barrel? Read our Rain Barrel Buyer's Guide or see Lars's Quick Picks.

    Rainsaver Systems offers you a truly unique and functionally superior rain barrel system. Our two-piece design allows for fast shipping, easy transport and fast set-up. Lightweight and huge capacity means the lowest cost per gallon and maximum collection rates when it rains -- for a faster payback.

    Features

  • 2-piece construction - can ship by UPS or common carrier
  • Lightweight -- anyone can lift and move when empty, not awkward like 1-piece designs
  • Easy to position -- assembles in minutes
  • High 80-gallon capacity
  • Unique backside convex ribs allow for good air circulation against house
  • Complimentary colors
  • Dual intakes allow for optimum positioning by downspout
  • Slim house-hugger design
  • Animal and children safe
  • Made of polyethylene
  • Made in the USA


  • Quality Brass Taps

  • Tap for filling buckets or second hose
  • Quality solid brass construction with lifetime seals


  • Unique Inlet Design

  • Twin inlet troughs (one near either side) allow great flexibility in placing your new Rainsaver anywhere you please.
  • Inlet screen keeps unwanted debris from entering tank, and keeps small animals and probing hands out.
  • Easy to retrofit with mosquito netting to eliminate seasonal insects.

    Dimensions

    Base is 39 inches wide. Top is 30 inches wide. Base is 20 inches deep. Top is 15 1/2 inches deep. Assembled Rainsaver rain barrel is 55 inches tall.

    When there is a hard freeze in the winter, remember to just keep your drain plug open on your rain barrel and it will be fine. A full rain barrel could potentially crack during a hard freeze when the water expands into ice, but an empty rain barrel will not.

    Mosquito free rain water with the Summit Mosquito Control Dunks.

    Downspout Options
    Don't forget to look at our Garden Watersaver, which is a more elegant way to hook up your rain barrel to your downspout than a regular downspout redirector! Add one to your order with the drop down menu, and we'll ship it for free (save $5-30 on shipping, depending on your location). Please note, the diverter ships from a different warehouse, and it may arrive before your rain barrel.

    Available in Green or Tan! The same rain barrel is also available in Recycled Black Plastic.

    For extra capacity, order two rain barrels and link them together! Linkages can also balance the flow between areas of your roof that receive more or less rainfall and prevent one barrel from running dry while another is overflowing.

    Check out this video of how easy it is to assembly the 80 gallon Rainsaver rain barrel!
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    Product Reviews

    Average rating is 2
    2.0
    I bought this design rain barrel. After 12 months it bowed out and leaks. I tried to patch it, but no luck. I liked the design, but don’t buy this type of rain barrel.
    By:  Bruce
    Georgia0.3
    1.0
    I originally purchased this rain barrel from Clean Air Gardening a few years ago when they were first offered - the one I have is green. It worked very well for the first year but then I started getting problems with leaks where the valves join the small plastic nipples cemented into the barrel carcass. Those short adaptars eventually all failed (I still have the barrel and am looking for a solution). I believe the issue is one of material incompatibility - as the various plastics and resins expand/contract with weather the stress is too much for the connecting pieces, so they crack. I’m not sure if there’s a solution to the problem, but I’m very disappointed, as I recommended this same setup to several friends and neighbors, who are all beginning to experience the same issues.
    By:  John
    Atlanta0.3
    2.0
    I was very happy with my first one(green) bought the tan barrel and it was missing connecting pieces and has since bowed out. It doesn’t leak yet but I am worried it will start. Very inconvenient not having all the parts to connect it right out of the box. Had to make several trips to the hardware store.
    By:  Jennifer
    PA0.3
    1.0
    After two years of use, two of the four rain barrels that I purchased have already been discarded. One split open at a seem on the lower half. The other leaks at the connection between the two halves.

    Because of the poor design and quality of this product I do not recommend it. Many of these will just end up as more plastic in the land fills.
    By:  Phil
    Oregon0.3
    3.0
    Installed 2 of these recently, and have had a few rains. No problems with hardware or accessories, but they do leak water around the seam where the 2 halves connect. I assume that’s because water pressure from the top half causes some overflow in the bottom half that leaks out the air gap. I’m considering sealing the 2 halves together with silicone, but then we could never take them apart if we had to move them again. Not a HUGE deal, but inconvenient.
    By:  Steve
    Vallejo, CA0.3
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    80 Gallon Rainsaver Rain Barrel

    Product Reviews

    Average rating is 2
    2.0
    I bought this design rain barrel. After 12 months it bowed out and leaks. I tried to patch it, but no luck. I liked the design, but don’t buy this type of rain barrel.
    By:  Bruce
    Georgia0.3
    1.0
    I originally purchased this rain barrel from Clean Air Gardening a few years ago when they were first offered - the one I have is green. It worked very well for the first year but then I started getting problems with leaks where the valves join the small plastic nipples cemented into the barrel carcass. Those short adaptars eventually all failed (I still have the barrel and am looking for a solution). I believe the issue is one of material incompatibility - as the various plastics and resins expand/contract with weather the stress is too much for the connecting pieces, so they crack. I’m not sure if there’s a solution to the problem, but I’m very disappointed, as I recommended this same setup to several friends and neighbors, who are all beginning to experience the same issues.
    By:  John
    Atlanta0.3
    2.0
    I was very happy with my first one(green) bought the tan barrel and it was missing connecting pieces and has since bowed out. It doesn’t leak yet but I am worried it will start. Very inconvenient not having all the parts to connect it right out of the box. Had to make several trips to the hardware store.
    By:  Jennifer
    PA0.3
    1.0
    After two years of use, two of the four rain barrels that I purchased have already been discarded. One split open at a seem on the lower half. The other leaks at the connection between the two halves.

    Because of the poor design and quality of this product I do not recommend it. Many of these will just end up as more plastic in the land fills.
    By:  Phil
    Oregon0.3
    3.0
    Installed 2 of these recently, and have had a few rains. No problems with hardware or accessories, but they do leak water around the seam where the 2 halves connect. I assume that’s because water pressure from the top half causes some overflow in the bottom half that leaks out the air gap. I’m considering sealing the 2 halves together with silicone, but then we could never take them apart if we had to move them again. Not a HUGE deal, but inconvenient.
    By:  Steve
    Vallejo, CA0.3