Hero 365’s Pretty Rain Collectors & Drying Racks

hero 365 water butt rainwater barrel catch modern

My rain barrels are from the local Pepsi bottling facility — they came smelling strongly of Mt. Dew, but they were cheap (6 fit in a truck and they cost me <i think> 3$ each) and once I added the spigot and painted them dark green, the total cost was less than 15$ each.  These beauties are considerably more expensive, but I can attest that they are much nicer….you wouldn’t find mine front and center next to my front door.

Hero 365 is excitingly  re-inventing familiar products as extraordinary everyday objects .

water collection water butt rain barrel garden style hero 365

“Made in North America using recyclable materials, shipping flat packed, and encouraging better habits in everyday living – HERO 365 objects create an elegantly utilitarian lifestyle for the sustainable modernist.” – Hero 365.

And this drying rack is pretty exciting too.

water butt and garden drying rack from hero 365

modern drying rack pretty

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1 Comment

  1. Megan on February 25, 2010 at 11:40 am

    I’m loving those fancy rain catchers. We just have a plastic tub with a tube and hole in it for filling up jugs of water. My carnivorous guys can’t drink the tapped stuff.

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