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Squirrel-Off Solar Powered Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder


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  • Squirrel Proof : Repels squirrels, Harmless to birds
  • Solar Powered : Eco friendly, no batteries required
  • Seed Saver : Waste less birdseed, Feed more birds
  • Built To Last : Stands up to weather, squirrels and all other pests
  • Easy Install, Low Maintenance : No assembly required, Easy to clean
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
  • ASIN: B007I6WST0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #295,913 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Solar powered squirrel proof bird feeder

Customer Reviews

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Although I bought this particular bird feeder from a different source, I do want to post feedback for it. I have had mine for at least 5 years of use, and I can't say enough good things about it. It has been 5 trouble-free winters that have more than paid for the feeder in the amount of seed saved from squirrels. I am sorry to see that others have had problems, and I am not sure why that is. I would buy another in a flash if I need one. It is so dependable. I don't have squirrel problems any more. It is a simple, basic construction that doesn't leave you with an environmentally hazardous battery to dispose of when the feeder does finally wear out. Mine does short out once in awhile when there is a lot of rain and seed in the trays gets soaked, but it doesn't happen that often and it is an easy fix. I just take the feeder down, remove the wet seed from the outer tray and put my hair dryer on it for a few minutes. Then it is immediately functioning again and I hang it back up. Probably would be a good idea to position or place the feeder in a location that is not exposed to a lot of blowing rain. However, I have to say that mine is hanging in an exposed location with the seed trays facing east and west, which would certainly pick up any blowing rain. I am very picky about my bird feeders, and I am an enthusiastic supporter of this one. Just for the record I am not related to the manufacturer and don't even know his or her name.
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This is a wonderful invention and it's great while it works. If it stops working, their customer service is non responsive. We had ours for about 1-1/2 years with very little trouble. But ...
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By George P. Hall on September 12, 2013
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When it works it's fun to watch Mr. Squirrel fly off of it.
But it rarely works. If it rains and it gets wet there is a shut off
that prevents a short that runs the battery down, and it takes a day
at least for it to dry off and restart itself. We had a lot of rain this spring and summer
and for the most part it was shut off. The Squirrel family that thinks we are a fast
food outlet also figured out that if he just shook the pole the seed would flog off
onto the ground. Get the feeder with the gates that close when Mr. Squirrel gets on it.
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