- Water can body, base, handle and spout are made from mild steel
- Attractive, long-lasting finish
During the early 1880s, John Haws decided to design a better watering can. The can he designed and patented in 1885 has been copied many times but never equaled. Haws watering cans offer excellent balance regardless of how full they are, which translates to less stress on the operator. Tall neck prevents spillage while the can is being tipped and the two handles make it easy to carry and use. The body, base, handle, spout and spout support are all cut from mild steel, joined by interlocking flanges and spot-welded by hand. Each 2.3-gal. can is then hot-dipped galvanized with molten zinc and painted for an attractive, long-lasting finish that holds up to use and the elements for many years. A removable, oval brass rose can be used with the openings facing up for a fine, gentle pattern that is ideal for seedlings. Face the openings downward for a heavier watering pattern on established plantings. Includes a plastic filter to keep the rose from plugging. Made in England. Specify color from dropdown menu above: green, gray or red.
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