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Easy Gardener 8021 Garden Defense Electronic Sensor Owl

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  • Scare away garden pests
  • Turns head and hoots
  • Lightweight and multifunctional
  • Use year after year
  • Chemical-free pest control
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 16 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000FJRSOW
  • Item model number: 8021
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (182 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,682 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Our Garden Defense Electronic Owl is the ultimate in chemical-free pest control with both movement and sound. This realistic great-horned owl has sensors that detect when garden pests are near and will turn its head in that direction and hoot, scaring the critters away. Requires three AA batteries.

Product Description

This realistic-looking electronic Great Horned Owl uses 4 motion sensors to detect nearby pests. When a pest is spotted, the owl moves its head in the direction of the pest and sends out a genuine Great Horned Owl call to scare away the pest. Safe, chemical-free pest control for your home and garden.


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Customer Reviews

Mounted the owl in top of RV shed to keep birds from roosting.
Jerry Robison
The first one of these I received did not work, I returned it and received a replacement.
Chuck
Motion sensor detects movement but head moves in opposite direction of what is moving.
ben smith

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

84 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Kelvin K. Chin on August 25, 2007
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My company had a huge problem with pigeons roosting in our warehouse. We decided to buy a different owl at first, a statue that didn't move. But after 3 days, the pigeons had figured out it wasn't real.

This electronic owl's movement and hooting really did the trick. I would say it is quite loud if you wanted to use it at a house or apartments. Also, the sensors are really too sensitive. We eventually turned off the hooting because it was too annoying, and it didn't seem to make a difference to the pigeons--they still stayed out.
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60 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Solocoyote on July 21, 2007
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I have a real problem with starlings nesting above my apartment's deck. The mess they create is horrible. So I need some type of deterrent.

This little guy is real cool looking but there are a few things I do not like. The hooting is very loud and because I have apartments below me and to the side it would be an annoyance to my neighbours. Luckily there is a mute button setting, but you cannot mute the sound of the owl's head turning which is also very loud. You can hear his head turning with ease 20 feet away.

There are four movement sensors at the base of the owl. The sensors are not of the greatest quality. Sometimes it takes a lot of movement for the owl to notice.

The owl takes three AA batteries and is mounted using screws in three holes on the base. I actually strapped him down with twine so I can move him about.

I do not know if its the owl or just coincedence but I have seen and heard far less birds than before I got the owl, but I wonder if just a cheaper owl statue would have done the job.
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46 of 50 people found the following review helpful By D. Craven on November 22, 2008
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Well, maybe this owl would have done the trick, but Amazon's vendor threw it in a HUGE box with absolutely no packing materials. It banged and bounced its way here and arrived broken (big shocker). What a waste of my time and money. My advice is to buy this from a local store where you can test it out before buying. And whatever you do, don't buy from the vendor ANTOnline.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By John S. Laughlin on June 4, 2008
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We bought this as a gift for a friend. She was having problems with a nasty little bird messing up her newly redone porch furniture. She was almost to the point of automatic weapon fire to rid herself of the bird.

She had tried numerous other options and nothing worked. Since the owl has been on the job there has been no sign of the bird.

She can't say enough about how she loves her owl.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By F. James Kelley on April 6, 2008
I found the range to be limited and short. The batteries did not last more than a few days when owl was set to both motion and sound.I gathered some stuff from Radio Shack and converted the owl from battery power to AC so I can just plug it in. No more battery problems. So far, it has kept the Osprey off my boat here on the Potomac River...Easy Gardener 8021 Electronic Scarecrow Garden Defense OwlEasy Gardener Garden Defense Electronic Owl
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By M. Parker on September 4, 2008
The motion sensors are cheap and too sensitive. Most sensors are set off by heat + motion. These just go off with a slight breeze. So it was constantly turning on, I had to silence the sound because it was getting annoying.

Batteries drain quickly. It only uses 3 AA batteries.

It is very light and unstable and won't stand up on it's own. Blows over with the slightest breeze. They should have made it to hold D batteries. That would have weighted down the base and you wouldn't have too change batteries so often.

You are supposed to mount it to something with screws. I should have done that, but then you can't get to the battery compartment without unscrewing it from the base. And you have to change batteries often.

After having my owl for 2 weeks, it was blown off a 2' ledge onto the lawn and broke the switch and is now inoperable.

I am going to re-wire it to run on a plug-in transformer. Then it can swivel it's little exorcist head around all day long if it wants! And it will! I still won't be able to use the sound mode. The hooting all day long is annoying, and the neighbors were wondering what the noise was.
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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Chuck on May 2, 2008
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The first one of these I received did not work, I returned it and received a replacement. That one did not work either. I contacted the manufacturer and was told they have had problems with these. I gave up and returned the second one. As part of the process I discovered that these are not designed to work at night. I didn't see that mentioned anywhere, and I'm not sure how effective this could be against some critters that are nocturnal. I also want to mention that the mounting arrangement for the base is nearly impossible. The mounting holes are inboard from the body so you can not get a screwdriver on the screw heads to tighten them. Avoid this item.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By John V on June 29, 2007
Owl works as expected and described. Hooting sounds real. Sometimes it hoots when nothing is near, but that's usually because the sensor is dirty or it's sitting too close to something like a rock or a tree and it thinks that it "sees" an animal. Just move it or clean it.

You should move it around your yard every so often so birds don't get used to it, and it's best to put it out before the birds make your yard a regular eating spot. I think it kept most birds from eating my grass seed, but it could have been a coincidence. I'm not sure if it will keep rodents away since that wasn't what I was looking for, but birds are pretty easily freaked out by it.

It's an interesting lawn ornament, too. It would hoot at people walking by in the street, which usually got a positive response. I guess if you don't expect the world from it, and you use it along with other methods, it's worth a try. I like it.
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