Harcostar magnum barrel water butt

350 litre (75 gal) £129.99 £89.99 Buy
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Collect and store 350 litres (75 gallons) of rain water in this large water butt. It comes complete with tap and a child safety lid. The barrel measures 1200mm high by 780mm diameter at the top the diameter at the base is 610mm.

At the top of the water butt, about 5cm (2in) at the back, there is a hole which is used for attaching accessories, such as the rain trap, to the butt.

There is no stand available for this particular model, but it does have two tap holes, one at the base and one 400mm above. However it can be placed on a platform to make filling watering cans much easier. All holes come with plugs so will not leak if not is use.

This water butt comes with a 5-year manufacturer's warranty.

Please note the image shows water butt with a rain trap however it isavailable seperately. Other available accessories are listed below:



Overflow kit

Linking kit For Harcostar water butts

Longer Length of Connector Hose

Fast flow tap

Hose fit replacement tap

Harcostar universal rain trap

Harcostar universal rain trap

For collecting water from downpipes

£10.99 Buy

Biotal water butt treatment - rain water treatment

Biotal water butt treatment - rain water treatment

Biological Treatment for Rain Water

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    I can't see from the picture if this has a hole in the lid. A downpipe from my allotment shed roof channels rainwater directly into a water butt (leaky). I want to get a new water butt, but I don't particularly want to buy a fancy linking kit just for the allotment as it doesn't matter if the water butt overflows every so often. Any advice?
    Asked on 2/1/2014 by Saptarishi from Northfields

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