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12"H Kinetic Garden Art Woodpecker Whirligig

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12"H Kinetic Garden Art Woodpecker Whirligig

12"H Kinetic Garden Art Woodpecker Whirligig

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Two woodpeckers peck at a tree while a worm peeks out of the trunk. Includes 46-1/2" metal pole.

Approx. 12"L x 10"W
2.7 (based on 6 customer reviews)

By Arvie
When it works...
Comments about Product:
I attached this whirly gig to my deck. It is super cute and with a little manipulation it worked perfectly... until it began to come apart. First, the one wing that worked the pecking motion came off one bird, then the same happened to the other. So eventually all we had was two wingless birds watching the bobbing worm. Disappointing!!

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By Spinner fan
Frompacific northwest
a little oil helps
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we bought this spinner about 2 years ago, assembled it and it wasn't spinning well. added a little oil and it hasn't stopped spinning and spins well even in the strongest of winds.

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By KMac
FromSammamish, Washington
Doesn't Spin
Comments about Product:
This whirligig is cute but medium wind does not make it spin. Disappointing.

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By Jcb
FromOrlando, Fl
Cute but not made for wind
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Worked real good for 2 days then one of the wood peckers broke loose. Not very well made for a working piece. Also had to adjust the mechanism so it would turn when the wind blows.

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By Tireless gardener
FromSarasota, FL
Not whirling very well!
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Just doesn't whirl well...but we love the pop-up worm!!

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By BobTheDog
FromInside the Beltway
Fun Whirlygig
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I've had similar ones in the past and they have held up well.

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