Price: 2 for $10 + $7.95 S&H. Additional 2 for $7.95 S&HOooh, look, mama, a new product that could help you water your plants while saving your arthritic shoulder. True story, my mama's 5'5", loves her meticulously landscaped garden - including hanging a row a plants from the fascia of her porch. The problem: she lives just off a great lake and gets lake effect weather. Especially the breezes. It makes me wonder, but first things first...
The Easy Reach Plant Pulley System is pretty ingenious. Many home owners like to hang plants up high, out of reach. The pulley system is specifically designed so those who are taking care of the plants can easily pull the plant down to easy-watering range and when they're done, the can put the plant back up. The pulley is 31" long so there's flexibility. And the outside isn't the only place where the pulleys work. If there's a hook you want to hang a plant on, then you can use the pulley.
The product is pretty new so the complaints are hard to find. In fact, all the marketing fluff is still the only stuff we find for it. But we would like to know the following:
"How does the pulley not activate in the wind?"
We know there's a fancy to-do ratcheting system that keeps the pulley in place when activated, but what keeps the wind from being able to simulate the same activation? At this point we can only assume a work-around has been figured out for the device because, otherwise, we're just going to assume that wait for it it takes the right touch to get the pulley to come down.
Only time will tell.
And if we get one or two or three or four for my mother, we'll let you know her experiences I smell a liveblog coming.
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