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Solar Bird Repeller

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94 $94.00
SKU: RPLR-SLR1

Quick overview

The Solar Bird Repeller is a solar powered bird deterrent that uses motion to prevent large birds from landing.

A solar panel powers a 5-foot telescoping “arm” mounted above the unit that spins continuously. Birds will be frightened by the movement and will avoid the area.

94 $94.00

Commercial Pricing Available: 800-392-6915

The Solar Bird Repeller is a solar powered bird deterrent that uses motion to prevent large birds from landing.
 
A Solar Panel powers a 5-foot telescoping “arm” mounted above the unit to spin continuously, birds will be frightened by the movement and will avoid the area.

 

Ideal for use on areas where large birds are a problem!


 Solar Powered with rechargeable batteries!
 Lightweight / easy to mount!
 Portable unit with on/off switch!
 Can be mounted on flat or angled surfaces!
 Rotates at 30 RPM's!
 Sweeps birds continually - covers up to 5' in diameter!
 Comes with 2-AA rechargeable batteries for extended operation during dark periods!

 

Installation Instructions (pdf)


The Solar Bird Repeller is easy to install and operate. The two metal “arms” screw right into the top of the repeller cone. Hardware is provided to attach the solar panel to the side of the unit. Each unit comes with a flash tape, and three rechargeable batteries. The solar repeller needs to be charged under the sun before the unit is operational. For the complete installation guide, please click on the link above.

 

The Solar Bird Repeller is a visual bird deterrent used to scare birds from concentrated areas. Two adjustable “arms” cover up to 5 ft in diameter by turning continuously at 30 RPM’s.
 
A solar panel powers a heavy duty, brushless motor which will store energy. The Solar Bird Repeller is portable, and can store energy to keep it lasting into the night.

Bird Repeller

 

If you have questions on installing this or any other Bird-B-Gone product, please call us at 1-800-392-6915 or email nobirds@birdbgone.com.