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IKEA PS 2002 Watering can, white,

Price $ 3.50
IKEA PS 2002 Watering can, light green, 1.2 l
IKEA PS 2002 Watering can, white, 1.2 l

How to get it

The idea with this watering can is that it looks so good that you happily leave it out on display when not using it. Then it’s always close at hand – and makes it easy to remember to water your plants!

Article Number402.899.52

Product details

The watering can is both functional and decorative.

You can store water or a nutrient mixture in the can, so everything is ready when you water your plants.

This product has dual functions, you can use it as a vase or a watering can.

Designer

Monika Mulder

Measurements

Volume:Β 1.2 l

Reviews

Stylish way to water your plantsTammyLooks good and holds enough to keep all your indoor plants hydrated.5
GreatWendyGreat sturdy product and reasonably proved5
Light and easySarahA perfect watering can for indoor plants. The watering can is lightweight and the longer spout makes it easy to water pot plants at different heights.5
Perfect πŸ‘ChristinaBeautiful shape and colour Perfect πŸ‘5
White water jugKelleLong spout is handy4
pour the water in slowlyKirsteenpour the water in slowly otherwise it will overflow4
Good for reaching small indoorDorothyGood for reaching small indoor plant pots5
Love the spout , handyMichaelLove the spout , handy size for indoor use and filling pet bowls5
handy for my indoor plantsBrookehandy for my indoor plants5
Love this colour, it's myCaitlinLove this colour, it's my second water pot now I have for indoors and outside and works perfectly.4
GreatLuciaGreat5
Handy ornamental watering canJohnIt can look nice on a side table as well as water your plants. Just don't fill it too much or it overflows out of the handle.4
Water containerSamLight weight. Looks good hanging on pot for reminder of watering. Over filling can lead to water in handle which has a hole and can land on you. Good for ferns and pots in hard to reach places.5
Watering jugDebbieHandy little jug5
Brought it for a friendSueBrought it for a friend and she loves it2
GoodKaEasy to use and clean! Simple and good vale! Great product for garden5
A bit awkward to useGayleA bit awkward to use2
Watering canLynI bought this watering can but I find that when I am pouring it overspills very easily drenching worktops where plants are standing. Needs a look at the design of the spout maybe.1
I bought it to reachDeborahI bought it to reach plants higher up. I like the narrow spout which helps to manoeuvre around my plants as I water them. You can only fill the jug to under the lower level of the handle as it is hollow, and water would flow out the end if you filled it higher. However there may be a use in using the handle as a spout too. I like the pale green colour.5
Wonderful and easy to useRichardWonderful and easy to use for watering small seedlings5
IKEA PS 2002 Watering can, white, 1.2 l

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Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

"The shape was extra important when I designed IKEA PS 2002 water can. I wanted to give it an organic, fluid shape so it would harmonise with plants and running water. By using different templates I was able to sculpt a prototype that felt completely perfect. The final water can has both a shape and colour that make you want to have it out on display, instead of hidden away. And if you like, you can also use it as a vase."

Designer Monika Mulder