DiverterPro™ Rainwater Diverter
  • Rainwater Harvesting

  • The DiverterPro™ has a filter that allows the water to flow into the barrel, while debris passes by.

  • DiverterPro™ Rainwater Diverter

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    Add our worry-free diverter to your rain barrel system to maximize efficiency.

    Our worry-free DiverterPro™ Rainwater Diverter filters out debris while always channeling overflow away from your house to protect the foundation. A patented design offers improved rainwater capture during heavy downpours, connection to multiple rain barrels, an easier-to-clean filter and easy winterization. Best of all, our diverter accommodates both standard downspout sizes. Download our installation guide below to see how easy it is to add the DiverterPro™ Rainwater Diverter to your existing rain barrel system.


    • Patented design channels rain barrel overflow away from your house to protect the foundation
    • Offers improved rainwater capture rate during heavier rains
    • Dual output design allows installation of rain barrels on both sides of the diverter
    • Filters debris so they never reach your rain barrel
    • Removable filter features a transparent door so you can tell at a glance if cleaning is needed
    • Designed for easy cleaning and winterization
    • Fits standard 2" x 3" and 3" x 4" downspouts
    • Made of durable matte-finish polypropylene
    • Includes 2" x 3" and 3" x 4" downspouts couplers, connector hose, rain barrel connector, filter and detailed instruction guide
    • Limited three-year warranty


    • Rainwater Harvesting Systems
        • What are the benefits of rainwater harvesting?

          Anyone who grows indoor or outdoor plants can benefit from a rain barrel. About 40% of a typical household's water use goes to watering lawns and gardens, which make rain barrels a convenient way to collect and provide free water during periods of draught and water restrictions. Rain barrels can also help save money on water or electricity bills. The collected water is healthier for plants because it contains no chlorine or added salts.

          Using rain barrels can reduce your eco footprint. Harvesting rainwater reduces runoff, excess water that flows across the surface of the land when it rains or snows, which can lead to flooding and erosion. Runoff can carry pesticides, fertilizers and other contaminants, leading to pollution of streams, lakes and rivers.

        • Is there anything I should not use the collected water for?

          Collected rain water can be used for container and indoor plants, car, bike and boat washing, rinsing outdoor furniture or lawn tools and rinsing other items like muddy shoes. Water from a rain barrel is not suitable for human or animal consumption.

        • What are the dimensions of the rain barrels? How much do they weigh without water?

          Rotational Molded

          Injection Molded









          58 gallon

          57 gallon

          18.95 lbs.

          18.10 lbs.

          23.25 inches

          24.50 inches

          26.50 inches

          26.50 inches

          40.00 inches

          39.75 inches



          48 gallon

          48 gallon

          15.90 lbs.

          13.03 lbs.

          20.00 inches

          23.50 inches

          28.50 inches

          27.38 inches

          34.75 inches

          35.00 inches


        • Does Fiskars offer a warranty on rain barrels?

          Yes, Fiskars offers a 3 Year Limited Warranty on all Rainwater Harvesting Systems.

          Fiskars Brands, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser that its Rain Barrel products are free from defects in materials and workmanship appearing under normal use within three (3) years after the date of purchase. This warranty does not cover damage to Rain Barrel products caused by abuse, acts of God, your failure to follow product instructions, mishandling or unauthorized repair. THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES; AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY. IN NO EVENT WILL FISKARS BRANDS, INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts and/or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation and/or the above exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. As its sole responsibility and your sole remedy for any warranted defect, Fiskars Brands, Inc. will replace any Rain Barrel containing a warranted defect, free of charge, with proof of purchase and notification within a reasonable period of time (but no longer than 6 months) following the discovery of such defect. For warranty service, email rainwater@fiskars.com or call 1-866-348-5661.

        • How can I keep my children and pets safe?

          To prevent children and pets from harm, always keep the safety-snap rain barrel cover on your barrel. Make sure the barrel is positioned so that it cannot be easily overturned. Never permit children to play in, on or near a rain barrel or climb above, onto or into rain barrel. Do not allow humans or pets to drink water from a rain barrel.

        • How do I keep mosquitoes and other pests out of my barrel?

          To keep out pests, always keep the safety-snap cover on the rain barrel. Mosquitoes will gather wherever there is open standing water. Also make sure to keep your barrel free of organic material, which also may lead to unpleasant odors. If mosquitoes are a concern, try mosquito dunks or donuts which use a time release process to kill mosquito larvae, but do not cause harm to people, plants, animals or the environment when used correctly. Make sure to thoroughly read and follow the directions. Dunks or donuts are not a means to purify the water; rain barrel water should not be consumed.

        • How do I prevent algae and odors?

          Make sure to keep your barrel free of organic material as the decomposition causes odors. Regularly dispensing your collected rain water will help prevent growth and odors in your barrel.

        • What is the best way to cut my downspout?

          It can be difficult to saw through thin-walled tubes, such as a downspout, because the saw teeth snag instead of cutting smoothly. A good trick is to use the saw blade backwards – for a properly set-up hacksaw (blade teeth point away from handle) – this means cutting on the pull stroke instead of on the push stroke.

        • What is the best way to attach the diverter to my downspout?

          Be patient during installation and be sure to follow the Installation Guide. Gutter downspouts vary in size slightly and it will take some adjusting to insert the downspout section into the diverter. It will be a tight fit, but this is necessary for proper function.

        • How do I know if my gutters are heated or not?

          If you do not know whether you have heated gutters, check with the housing contractor or an electrician. If a downspout contains heating cables, there is a potential electrocution or fire hazard during installation. Make sure you know before you begin.

        • Where is the best place to position my rain barrel?

          Your rain barrel can be installed on either side of your downspout, within one meter. For greatest convenience, install your rain barrel at a downspout nearest to where you will be using your water, such as your garden. It is important to place your barrel on firm and level ground so the barrel will not sink into the ground when it is full or when the ground is wet. Cement pavers or other platforms can be used, but may not be necessary if the area under your barrel is firm and level. Remember, when the barrel is full, the 52 gallon unit can weigh around 450lbs.

        • What do I do with my rain barrel in the winter?

          Winterize your barrel when temperatures are below 41F (5C). To do so:

          1. Completely drain your rain barrel.
          2. Remove the diverter connector from the rain barrel by unscrewing the white nut from the connector and remover the connector assembly with the hose attached. Thread the white nut back onto the connector assembly.
          3. Tie the hose assembly to your downspout so the hose is directed upwards. For the DiverterPro, remove the hose and place winterizing cap(s) on open outlet(s).
          4. If storing outside, turn the rain barrel upside down and place a heavy object on top to keep it from blowing away.
          5. Emptied rain barrels may also be stored in a shed, garage or basement during the winter months.
        • How much area will the water from a full rain barrel cover?

          The pressure depends on the water level in the barrel and will decrease as the water level drops (as the water is used). Most if not all sprinkler systems require fairly high pressure to operate and will not work with a rain barrel unless a separate pump is used, and using a pump will empty a rain barrel fairly quickly. Rain barrels work great with soaker hoses. The capacities of Fiskars barrels vary between models, but 50 gallons of water will cover a little over 80 square feet to a depth of one inch.

        • Will the diverter clog?

          If your gutters frequently clog with leaves and or other debris, we suggest putting a piece of screen over the top of your downspout. Fiskars DiverterPro™, available January 2010, includes an easily removable filter to capture debris and a transparent “door” to see if cleaning is needed.

        • What if the hose becomes clogged with leaves?

          Detach the hose from the diverter and barrel. Flush the hose out with water or compressed air, if available. If you insert something into the hose to push through, you may damage the hose.

        • Why is the cover difficult to remove?

          Fiskars designed a tight-fitting cover for safety reasons. If you are having difficulty removing the rain barrel cover with your hands, try using a flat head screwdriver to pop it off.

        • Do I need to put my rain barrel on a paver?

          It is important to place your barrel on firm and level ground so the barrel will not sink into the ground when it is full or when the ground is wet. Cement pavers or other platforms can be used, but may not be necessary if the area under your barrel is firm and level.

        • My rain barrel is overflowing. Why is this happening, and what do I do?

          If water is overflowing out of the top of the barrel, the barrel is too low relative to the diverter. This may be due to an error in the diverter installation, or to the barrel sinking into the ground. The solution is to raise the barrel by building a base underneath it, preferably with large concrete pavers until the rim of the barrel about ½” above the line on the sides of the diverter. The bottom of the connecting hole in the side of the barrel should not be raised above the line on the diverter.

        • Why is water shooting out of the diverter?

          Fiskars’ original diverter slightly restricts flow through the downspout. However, if the downspout was correctly sized, this may only happen during extremely heavy rains, if at all. If this concerns you, the barrel can be moved to another downspout or you can install a larger downspout. Fiskars’ new rainwater diverter, DiverterPro™, has a 3”x4” opening throughout and has an improved capture rate during heavier rains. Learn more about DiverterPro™ on the “How it Works” page.

    • Where do I get replacement parts?

      Many (not all) of our products have replacement parts available (e.g. springs, locks, nuts, bolts).  Please contact customer service at 866-348-5661 or by email at warranty@fiskars.com to see if parts are available.

      Please be prepared with the following information when you call:

      • Product model number, UPC code number or a detailed description of the product (color, length, etc.)
      • A description of the part that needs to be replaced


    • What does "Lifetime Warranty" mean?

      Fiskars products are warranted to the consumer purchaser to be free of defects in material and workmanship for as long as the consumer owns the product. Warranty does not cover sharpening, normal wear and tear, environmental factors, accidental damage, misuse, industrial/commercial use.


      At Fiskars Brands, Inc.'s option, defective product will be repaired, replaced or substituted with a product of equal value. For more details, call Fiskars Brands, Inc. at 1-866-348-5661. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which may vary from state to state.


      If you feel you have a defective item, please visit our Customer Service page to review the options for submitting a warranty claim.

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    Well never read reviews before I bought this unit wish i would have. The only issue I concerned about is Im not catching all the water the installation of the unit was easy and anyone the can not look at a picture and say hacksaw should not be attempting this install. So my only negative is with rain water that im not harvesting due to the screen the design could have been better.


    After many difficult hours, we finally had this installed. The install does not go anywhere smoothly as the video. So it started to rain and I went to check the barrels. Not a drop. I do not know how this diverts to the hose to go into the barrel. I read the one persons review about "snapping" into place, we could not get our to snap into place. Customer service is closed right now but I will call in the morning. I agree with the limited instructions. Pictures are great but more words are needed to help the customer.


    The installation did NOT go smoothly, first because I have 2"x2" downspouts and this product is NOT designed to work well with this size downspouts despite the advertised "works with all downspouts". When it started to rain, the water ran through the filter assembly and then leaked out the bottom, refusing to run away to the barrel. Yes I had all the levels correct. I phoned customer service and the nice lady told me I hadn't "clicked" the filter assembly in properly and told me to listen when she did it on her diverter. It took her two separate tries using 3 different diverter assemblies to finally get it to work. I guess I'll have to cut up the filter and silicone it into the diverter body to get it to work, using 1/4" hardware screen to act as a filter. The design of this diverter is very poor.


    I have purchased 8 rain barrels, installed in the backyard, with an intention of collecting a month-long supply for the flower beds in hot Houston, Texas weather. I noticed one downspout was clogged with pine tree leaves. Since the original diverter provide NO access to clean out the channel, I replaced the diverter with this DiverterPro which is well designed and fuctioned as intended. Installation was NOT difficult as another reviewer wrote, if you could recognize a hacksaw from the diagram. One small problem, I noticed, was the clear cover was missing about 6 months after installation. Probably, the rain water pushed it out. That was O.K. without the cover.


    The insturctions were in pictures only,and no written words. They were cryptic at best. they showed things like the line going to the rainbarrel. NOthing about how or where or anything, just "going into the barrel". Well ... my rainbarrel had a knob on the side but no hole. So do I cut one. Drill one. Before the lip or after it? How do I connect it? Things were not well explained. then, it was DIFFICULT to put it on the gutter. No directions as to specific heights. Only that insane diagram showing it "level", whatever that means. Level with the knob on my barrel? level with something else? NOt enough instruction. I also thought this might be a simple thing to do. It took a LOT of work, and even a tool I did not have (It showed a "saw" in their picture instructions. However, as you know, most "saws" do not cut through metal gutters. I had to go borrow a saw. Could they at least NAME it?) I do not recoemnd this product. Not until they let you know that it is hard to install and they start giving some specific instructions on how to do it. Now i wait for rain. then we'll see if I even did it right!

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