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Wind chimes have been used through the ages to chase away bad spirits. Although we don't consciously use them that way, they certainly give us a good feeling.
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Here are a few wind chimes that can add some whimsy, or just the tinkling sounds we've come to expect from them, whenever the wind blows.
Some don't need much, chiming in the slightest zephyr.
Others are more substantial, and ring like a gong in a stronger breeze. Whichever you choose, they'll be a welcome 'white noise' in your surroundings, blocking out traffic noise and other unwanted sounds.
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