The beautiful Iron Stop® Designer Lunar Splash Wind Spinner features a unique design and vibrant colors that bring it to life when the light hits it. Made of 20 gauge steel and powder coated for durability and weather resistance, this design makes a great addition to any lawn or garden. A perfect choice for indoor or outdoor décor.
This Lunar Splash Wind Spinner is so beautiful. It is a real compliment to my garden. It is my favorite one out of the 7 that we have.
Amazon ReviewFebruary 04, 2013
Reviewer: Paula Delacroix "bandidcat"
Easy to separate the rings before hanging. The layers create a nice optical illusion when spinning, and catches the light nicely.
Amazon ReviewFebruary 26, 2014
Beautiful and strong but a bit difficult to unfold. Have yet to hang it outdoors but looks as though it will weather well.
Amazon ReviewFebruary 19, 2013
Reviewer: J. Pierce
Received above item in good time. You have to form it to shape as it comes flat mailed. That being said, it is very pretty, but mine doesn't spin in the wind very well. I will move it around and find a better place, but I'm not sure if that is the problem or if it is the hangar that came with it that revolves
An update. I was able to move to a slightly better location and attached the hook to fishing line and it spins well now. The birds love to sit on it and go around before they jump onto the feeder. It has been a lot of fun.
We use state of the art ink that is UV protected and environmentally-friendly
Wind Chimes are high quality, 30 gauge, chrome plated steel
Four tube sizes - 5.25", 4.875", 4.5" & 4.125"- create the harmony of musical tones
Iron Stop®™ Wind Spinners complement any of our other wind spinners, wind chimes, and our matching Crystal Twisters
Tips for Enjoying Your Wind Spinner and Chimes:
Placing Your Wind Spinner
Perfect for both indoor as well as outdoor garden decor. For garden decor, you’ll want to place your wind spinner in a location where it will be highlighted by sunlight and can move in the breeze. You’ll enjoy your wind spinner even more if you place it where it’s readily visible from a kitchen or favorite window, a porch, patio, deck or veranda. Indoors, place it in a window where it can best be highlighted by the rays of the sun.
Hanging Your Wind Spinner
Wherever you place your Wind Spinner, make sure that it is attached securely. Great locations for hanging are branches of nearby trees, outdoor shepherd hooks, overhangs and eaves of porches and roofs and other outdoor structures.
Accessorizing with Your Wind Spinner
Complement your Wind Spinner with other products and accessories from Iron Stop®. Combine your Wind Spinner with our melodious spinner chimes and with our eye-catching twisters to enhance the beauty of your garden decor.
Wind Spinner FAQs
Q: Where is your wind spinner made?
A: All of Iron Stop®'s wind spinners are proudly made in the USA.
Q: Will my wind spinner fade if I leave it outside?
A: Iron Stop® spinners utilize state-of-the-art FujiFilm ink that includes UV protection to maintain its brilliance longer.
Q: Is this the same wind spinner others offer?
A: No, this is a one-of-a-kind, exclusive copyrighted design available only from Iron Stop®.
Q: What if there isn't any wind? How will my wind spinner work?
A: You can purchase an Iron Stop® battery- or solar-powered motor that automatically spins your wind spinner for you.
Q: What type of metal is used to make the spinners?
A: The wind spinners are made of heavy, 20 gauge, cold rolled steel.
Q: Does the gloss coating offer any special ingredients or protection?
A: The gloss coating on Iron Stop®'s wind spinners is an enamel powder coat. The powder is sprayed on and then the products are run through an oven that melts the powder into the gloss coat. It effectively seals the steel to make it rust resistant. The powder coat used also contains glitter to make the products sparkle even more in the light.
Q: What is the process when beginning a new design?
A: Iron Stop®'s wind spinners are hand-sketched, copyrighted, one-of-a-kind designs. They start the old-fashioned way with a pencil and paper. The design is sketched on paper to get a rough idea of what they want designed and how the piece will look. Once they get the basic shape figured out they scan the sketch and redraw it on the computer using special software. Once it is where they want it they send the file to a laser programmer to have a sample made. After they get the sample back and make any necessary adjustments they then proceed to designing the graphics.