- 商品尺寸: 43.2 x 30.5 x 58.4 cm
- 商品重量: 45.4 g
- 发货重量: 45.4 g
- ASIN: B003CKOP92
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In the Breeze Baby Cardinal Garden Spinner
- Weather resistant polyester fabric with silkscreened details
- Easy assembly - simply insert the wings into the marked diagonal holes on the rotating hub
- For use in high winds we recommend using an epoxy glue to secure wings to hubs - glue not included
- Fiberglass forms and supports
- 12-inch diameter wings and a 17-inch fiberglass pole included
Cardinal Baby Birds are the perfect size measuring 17 x 12 with a 17 inch pole. They will bring kinetic accent colors to gardens, flower pots and planters. Made with weather resistant polyester fabric. The Bugs unique markings have been printed. They are made with durable fiberglass forms and pole. They are oh so cute and easy to assemble. 1.50 inches tall x 7.00 inches long x 20.50 inches wide
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The reason for 1 star off is that, unlike the larger versions of these spinners, the pool this spinner is propped up with doesn't have the ability to rotate about itself (the larger spinners have poles that go into the ground and are made to rotate). My spinner is pushed into the dirt of my garden and has effectively created a little hole in the ground to turn about with the wind. Some day I'll find a piece of small pipe to drive into the ground and then put the post into. Because of this, my spinner sits at a bit of a slant.
We have wind storms every year or so. Sometimes these spinners last longer than I expect them but I do enjoy them. If you want a windspinner to last get one made of wood or metal. They will last a lot longer. A simple pinwheel is also a good solution. These Lady bug type spinners are just for fun and enjoyment while they last. When they are gone you will be ready to try something different.
I find this Lady bug Wind Spinner enjoyable and well worth the cost of the item.
The tricky thing with assembling this is that it's difficult to get the both plastic wires of each wing fully seated into the spool at the same time. Because of the tension caused by the twisting angle, it has a tendency to pop out of the spool holes. I assembled it again with superglue, but still Dragonfly has lost one wing within two days.