This traditional arrow weathervane is a medium sized weathervane design perfect for adding decoration or an interesting feature. It has a range of assembly options included in the box making it perfect for all kinds of buildings and structures such as roofs, pagodas, gazebos, garages, pergolas, fence posts, summer houses, posts, sheds and more
The arrow weathervane is made from steel and finished with an exterior quality black powder coat finish. The arrow spins in the wind to indicate the wind direction
See assembly options for the arrow weathervane, this would also be an ideal gift idea for friends and family
Overall height: 830mm
Overall width: 410mm
NSEW Cardinal Points: Letter height 60mm, length of arm 390mm
Arrow weathervane figure dimensions: Height 350mm, width 405mm
Packaged box size: 430mm x 380mm x 50mm
- Steel Weathervane
- 10mm strong steel weathervane rod
- Multiple assembly and installation options
- Universal clamp bracket included with all fixings
- Powder coated in black textured exterior quality black powdercoat finish. Clear mastic can also be used on any joints for example where the rod is inserted and secured into the bracket to seal and further weatherproof and prolong the life of the steel bracket and rod. Painting the weathervane in the future is also possible with a good quality exterior metal paint to freshen and restore the colour
Having decided the fitting style, assemble your weathervane onto the selected shaft and sliding down onto the joining socket the NSEW cardinal arm and then add the W-E arm at right angles ensuring that the cardinal points are at the correct position. The two arms should be at right angles which can then be locked into position by fitting the cross head fitting - at this stage it is not necessary to tighten the locking screw.
Taking the 2 part universal mounting bracket, position the back plate and mark the position for the holes for the fixing screws. Taking both parts of the bracket secure the assembly firmly to the mounting. Slide the assembled selected shaft into the bracket assembly and tighten the 2 locating screws ensuring that the complete assembly is upright using a spirit level where possible. If the assembly is not upright the feature head will not operate correctly.
Point the N cardinal arm assembly to the direction of North and then tighten the cross head device to stop the cardinal arms turning on the shaft.
Slide the feature head onto the top of the vertical stem - there is a captive ball bearing fitted into the top of the head to aid sensitivity to the wind direction. A small amount of grease applied to the stem will keep the head moving to the direction of the wind.
Your weathervane will benefit from a coat of external paint during its life and it is just perfect to personalise. Please note due to continuous improvement, specifications may vary slightly to those depicted. Also different designs have different attributes.
Weathervane box contents:
Please allow 1-4 working days for this traditional weathervane to be delivered. It includes tracked, signed for delivery to UK mainland destinations
We use our preferred courier DPD Local for the majority of deliveries. DPD Local offer an email and text service to keep you up to date on your delivery progress
Extra delivery charge for other areas
Scottish Highlands, Islands and Isle of Wight will incur a £10.00 additional delivery charge which can be selected on checkout. Due to the complexity of shipping outside of Great Britain to other destinations in the EU we are sadly no longer accepting orders from these destinations
All weathervanes are well packaged to protect them in transit. We mainly use signed for delivery service for the majority of deliveries but we sometimes use our own transport for local deliveries or large orders