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Repeller 360° Uses Wind Power to Prevent Birds from Landing

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The new product is a physical bird deterrent that rotates in the wind to deter large birds from landing in unwanted areas such as boats, docks, signs, rooftops, A.C. units and more.

| June 22, 2012

MISSION VIEJO, Calif. —

Bird-B-Gone

announced the addition of The Repeller 360°, a physical bird deterrent that rotates in the wind to deter large birds from landing in unwanted areas such as boats, docks, signs, rooftops, A.C. units and more.

Covering a 6 foot diameter, the Repeller 360° features reflective “predator eyes” to confuse and scare birds from coming near the protected area. The arms work to “sweep” birds off surfaces, while the reflective predator eyes create a visual scare zone that birds will want to avoid.

The unit has optional mounting bases to choose from and can be mounted to railings, masts, bimini and canvas covers, flat surfaces and more. A locking pin in the base ensures the Repeller 360° will not blow away in high winds. Repeller 360° is made of durable materials meant for prolonged exposure to saltwater and sunlight. The anodized aluminum arms and U.V. protected body are meant for outdoor use. Repeller 360° is easy to install and easy to store.

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