Hang your feeders on this pole and squirrels can't get past the floating cylindrical baffle to get to the seed. An ingenious, patent-pending squirrel-stopping baffle is built into this pole design. The center cylinder rocks from side to side and up and down and squirrels can't climb past. Assembles in minutes without tools. Screw in post for easy installation. Decorative bird topper accent.
Two Year Manufacturer's Warranty.
Each arm holds up to 30 lbs. 36 x 36 x 8 feet.
The inverted cone shape of the Squirrel Stopper's shroud is virtually impossible for critters to grip onto, and spring-torsion technology allows the shroud to simultaneously move up and down, plus side to side.
SQUIRREL STOPPER ASSEMBLES IN MINUTES WITHOUT TOOLS!!
1. Set auger onto ground and screw lower section into ground.
2. Twist and lock middle section with attached shroud (Baffle) onto lower section.
3. Slide 1" horizontal tubes through holes in top section.
4. Twist and lock top section onto middle section.
5. Hang your bird feeders and start feeding ONLY the birds!
Complete Bird Feeder Pole System
For over 100 years, hundreds of inventors had attempted to come up with a product for this purpose. Finally, it was done. Now, 9 years later, the Squirrel Stopper brand is universally recognized as the leader in environmentally friendly, humane, squirrel-deterring products. To date, over 33,000 Squirrel Stopper Bird Feeder Post Assemblies have been purchased, in all 50 states (yes; in Hawaii, too). They have been sold in 8 major catalogs and in many hundreds of birding specialty stores across the U.S. and Canada. And not one squirrel has beaten it. It is 100% effective! One raccoon, in 2008 in New Hampshire, succeeded once. And that’s it. Almost perfect.
So save money and precious time. Your Squirrel Stopper unit will pay for itself over and over and over again. Your bird seed will last 2-3 times longer (so you will have many fewer trips to the feeders). Your feeders will last longer because only birds will be using them. You’ll still see squirrels, but they’ll be down on the grass where they belong. And you’ll see more birds than you’ve ever seen before; which is one of the great pleasures of life.