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Amerimax StealthDrain Catch Basin Vinyl 12-in Black Downspout Extension

Looks to be national clearance as multiple territories I checked show same price.

Lowes website looks to show instore price. Brickseek seems to show appropriate stock and price.

$5.17 with original price of $21.98

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Lowes - https://www.lowes.com/pd/Amerimax...1001833714

Brickseek - https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1001833714
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Attaching shelf sticker
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Is this for harvesting mosquitoes?
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Thanks, OP. I managed to snag one at my local Lowe's despite incorrect information from two employees there.
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One out of five stores here with 21 in stock for $5.17. Good deal, if you need something like this. Can't think of any places I could use these without having to dig up the yard/soil and then make a french drain at the end.
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Brickseek says 4 available for $1.47. Tempted to check it out but I don't need it.
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Quote from gottahaveSD :
Is this for harvesting mosquitoes?
And ants and flies and bees and whatnot 🐜 🐝
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$1.02 around here. 💵
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There really just needs to be a separate category for ymmv stuff. I can't even start to imagine how much time I've wasted at lowes in the last year looking for this stuff
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I really needed 1, found 1 in the pipe and fittings section, not in corrugated drain pipe section. Brickseek said there was 20 haha
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I really needed 1, found 1 in the pipe and fittings section, not in corrugated drain pipe section. Brickseek said there was 20 haha
What size is the pipe?
Does it completely drain or keep standing water?

Thanks
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What size is the pipe?
Does it completely drain or keep standing water?

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Saw in store earlier, but passed for now. The "pipe" is actually more like a corrugated tube - it's 2" dia. Where it comes into the basin, there is a slight lead-in to help prevent standing water, but I can absolutely see how water could stand inside. I'm torn between this route, or using the transitions that go right into the ground and tie to 4" drain tube. These have their place, but I'm still on the fence as to if I want to use them for our house. They feel smaller and less rugged than I had hoped.
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Quote from gottahaveSD :
Is this for harvesting mosquitoes?
I covered mine in river rock. Seems to drain well, hides it, and keeps bugs out as far as I can tell.
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Quote from ShairKhan :
What size is the pipe?
Does it completely drain or keep standing water?

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It had a 2 inch corrugated pipe inside as packaged. I have not used, and am no engineer, but plan to install at a slight grade so not really worried about standing water. I'm trying to move downspout runoff farther away from my foundation. For 5$ is a no Brainer. I just saw at home depot for over $20.
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Quote from MiLo115 :
Saw in store earlier, but passed for now. The "pipe" is actually more like a corrugated tube - it's 2" dia. Where it comes into the basin, there is a slight lead-in to help prevent standing water, but I can absolutely see how water could stand inside. I'm torn between this route, or using the transitions that go right into the ground and tie to 4" drain tube. These have their place, but I'm still on the fence as to if I want to use them for our house. They feel smaller and less rugged than I had hoped.
I have the same dilemma trying to decide which route to take.

By the way at gravity pressure flow for 2" is 55 gpm vs 4" is 240gpm

This appeared to be an easier solution, but looks like doing a direct feed into a 4" pipe would be more effective solution.

Please do let me know what you decide, and why.

Appreciate the help. Thanks.
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