These 52"L Swing-Arm Hangers provide an easy way to keep bird feeders away from the deck so they don't make a mess. When it's time to refill, simply swing the feeder close and pour seed in. Powder-coated 1/2" rolled steel and solid brass end caps.
Available in two styles: Clamp-On Hanger fits railings up to 2"W; Screw-On Hanger mounts flush to any surface. Hangers hold up to 10 lbs.
Steel swing-arm hanger Available in clamp-on or screw-on mount Swings out to keep the birdseed mess off your patio or deck Heavy-duty powder-coated steel
Size Both are 52"L Clamp On Hanger fits railings up to 2"W
52"L Swing-Arm, Clamp-On Hanger
52"L Swing-Arm, Screw-On Hanger
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Comments about Product: Kept my cats at bay, but if a heavy animal would try to climb the pole, it would bend. Use small seed feeder or hummingbird feeder and it works great!
By Bird lover
Same experience as others
Comments about Product: I bought this for my deck and while it seems like it is heavy duty it bends easily from the weight of the squirrels, feeder and raccoons. Once it bends it is no longer functional.
I always wanted one of these
Comments about Product: The squirrels were too hard on this. Couldnt keep them off it and the screw bent from their weight. Too bad because I really liked that the bird mess was suspended beyond our deck and yet we could still see everything from our window. Maybe P& H could use tougher screws ....
By Catz who love birds
Seems heavy duty...
Comments about Product: Pole and clamp are heavy duty.
However don't hang a heavy feeder on this pole.
We did and the clamp and screw bent making
it unusable. Great for small feeders.
SCREW ON HANGER
Comments about Product: I REALLY ENJOY IT. IT HOLDS MY HUMMINGBIRD FEEDER
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