Finally those furry little seed robbers have met their match! The motor-driven, weight-activated Yankee Flipper Bird Feeder welcomes songbirds, but gives those pesky squirrels a trip through the air. Plenty of seed for the birds, nothing but trouble for the squirrels and hours of entertainment for you!
Sturdy stainless steel wire will not rust
Metal powder coated cap fits snugly on tube – squirrels can't pry it off
4-3/4"dia. UV-stabilized polycarbonate tube won't warp or discolor with age, dependably durable
Long 21" tube keeps squirrels from reaching seed from the top of feeder
Interior baffle design – seed flows freely to seed ports
Four seed ports provide optimum feeding positioning
Large-capacity feeder holds 5 lbs. of seed
Motor driven, battery powered, weight activated perch ring
Weight calibrated to allow birds to eat, flips squirrels off
Powder coated in forest green
Advanced technology provides the ultimate feeding experience
Quality-made in the USA
Shipping Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
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Comments about Product: This product is absloutely everything it claims. Unfortunately our squirrels are more persistant. After being flipped a few times they just found a way to hang on tighter until the shaking and swinging shook out the seed onto the ground. Then they let go and dropped off. They never did get into it though. I still enjoy it and the birds it attracts. The birds really enjoy it.
Comments about Product: Bought one of these years ago and will be buying another one today. We are still using the original feeder that I purchased over 8 yrs ago. Excellent quality and teaches pesky squirrels to leave the birdfeeder alone.
Comments about Product: Bought this as a gift. My family member loved it. However, it came unwrapped and with the wrong message on the gift tag. Will never send anything directly as a gift, not if you want it to be a surprise.
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