Haws green watering can
The slim, oval shape of this can makes it easier to carry closer to the body, so it is functional as well as stylish. The single handle that runs from the front to the back means that it is best used with two hands, however as it will only weigh around 6.4kg when full, it can be used single-handed if you have had your porridge for breakfast. It is made from heavy gauge steel with a hot dip zinc galvanised coating to resist rusting, has a 5lt capacity and it comes with a removable, oval brass rose. It also has a domed lid, which helps avoid spills when watering. The contemporary design gives this traditional watering can a modern twist.
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