Polycarbonate Plastic Heavy Duty Rain Gauges

Worried your plants or crops aren't getting enough water?

Plants and crops need water — simple as that! While irrigation systems provide them with most of the water they need, good old-fashioned rainwater is still a great source of nourishment. However, too much rainwater can be a problem, which is why you should invest in the Australian-made Outback Blue Rain Gauge or Outdoor Home Rain Gauge from LouRoss Technology.

Whether you're a gardener, yard worker, or farmer, it provides accurate and reliable rainfall measurements. The gauge is easy to install and is made from high-quality polycarbonate plastic to withstand extreme temperatures and weather conditions.

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easy to use

LouRoss Technology designed both the Outdoor Home Rain Gauge and Outback Blue rain gauge to be used manually without any complicated calibration or electronic setup. All you have to do is attach the gauge to a deck or fence post using the included mounting bracket and screws.

Once installed, you simply check the rain collected against the scale on the outside of the gauge, record the results, and then empty the device.

“Our user-friendly rain gauges are easy to install and effortlessly records rainfall,” explained a spokesperson for the company. “The offer the convenience and functionality required for precise rain measurement without sacrificing style.”

Made For Everyone

Though the primary scale on the gauge is in inches, a secondary scale, in millimeters, is also included, meaning the device can be used by virtually anyone in the world.

Because it is made with durable polycarbonate plastic, it won’t fade or cloud over time, so you are able to get accurate readings for years to come.

Gardeners, yard workers, farmers, and meteorologists will benefit the most from using the gauge, as it helps with tasks such as optimizing water schedules for plants and deciding when to irrigate crops. However, the rain gauge is also a great way to get kids interested in topics like climate and agriculture.

Great For You, Your Plants, The Planet

As mentioned, the Outback Blue and Outdoor Home Rain Gauges, first and foremost, helps you ensure that your plants and crops are getting the water they need to flourish. In turn, it also helps you reduce your water consumption, which is of great benefit to the planet as a whole. You might even be able to use your measurements as a way of predicting weather patterns, which can come in handy if you need to move your plants indoors to protect them.

“The Outdoor Home Rain Gauge I purchased from LouRoss Technology has really helped me to maintain my garden,” said a satisfied customer. “It's incredibly accurate and easy to read, making it a breeze to track rainfall, and its durable design has held up perfectly through various rain and windstorms. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a simple but reliable rain gauge.”

How To Purchase

If you are interested in purchasing the Outdoor Home Rain Gauge, you can do so by visiting LouRoss Technology’s Amazon store at the website below. The gauge is currently available for USD 28.95.

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If the larger Outback Blue Rain Gauge is more your style, you can purchase in our webstore here or visit amazon here the current price is USD 36.95.

The Secret To A Sturdy Rain Gauge

If you're tired spending your money on a rain gauge, only to find it cracks, splits or goes cloudy in a short time? There is a solution and you're going to love it.

You're probably thinking rain gauges are all made of plastic and resign yourself to the fact that they don't last very long when exposed to the elements.

Yes, you are right. However, not all plastic rain gauges are equal. Plastic is plastic so how can a plastic rain gauge be different?

The secret is in the TYPE of plastic materials used to make the rain gauge.

Living in Australia our climate is pretty harsh, with strong sun and a high UV index to boot. These tough climatic conditions play havoc with some plastics. That's why most Aussie plastic furniture, pot plant tubs and other outdoor items like rain gauges deteriorate fast in the sun, they go powdery, crack making them look tired and ugly. It's so disappointing when this happens.

Our Aussie based company has done years of research and testing to come up with the BEST rain gauges for durability and reliability, so you don't have to keep wasting your money on another disappointing rain gauge.


Introducing the highly rated Outdoor Home Heavy Duty Rain Gauge. This sturdy rain gauge is a post mount garden rain gauge with a 6 inch rain fall collection capacity which is more than enough capacity for most rain fall volumes.

The secret to this tough rain gauge is as I mentioned earlier in the plastic... Can you guess the type of plastic we use?

This ever popular rain gauge is crack-proof and doesn't show discolorations from long periods of exposure to the elements

Apart from using this rain gauge for fun weather recording or professional activities, it's a great gift idea for your avid gardener and greenhouse friends.


Outback Blue Large Capacity Rain Gauge.

This tough rain gauge is a post mount professional style gauge with a huge 11 inch collection capacity. This style of rain gauge is what some weather monitoring organisations use to record the rainfall.

This beauty has an inner and outer collection tubes and will collect small sprinkles of rain or monsoonal type downpours.

This rain gauge is tough and looks just like new even after years in harsh sunlight.

So there you have it! Two tough, reliable rain gauges that will get the job

done giving you years of enjoyment. Both made in Australia using high quality plastic. Have you guessed the type of plastic yet?


The secret plastic a quality rain gauge has that keeps it not only looking great and prevents it from cracking or discolouring is - POLYCARBONATE PLASTIC

You can purchase our rain gauges on Amazon here:

Outdoor Home rain gauge

Outback Blue rain gauge

Alternatively if you live in Australia:

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