Artigarden 92 Inch Outdoor Shepherd Hooks with 5 Pronger Base (2 Packs), Adjustable Heavy Duty Garden Hanging Stand Holder for Bird Feeders Lanterns Planter Hanger, Matte Black
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A diagonal measurement between the edge of the pole and the bottom/center of the U is 9 3/4".
My question is for you. Thank you very much. 'Yes, you can use it with our extend pole, and you can buy it on our shepherd hook's link for the same brand as well. The only thing we would ask is that you do not hang heavy objects exceeding the limit.
This is a feeder that is house style. There are about 6 to 8 pieces There is an eight-inch clearance between the floor and the ceiling. In addition to this, we have cylinders as feeders. We are very happy with our purchase and wish you good luck
All the rods are adjustable, but the height is about 5 1/2 feet from the ground with all the rods in place.
Selected User Reviews For Artigarden 92 Inch Outdoor Shepherd Hooks with 5 Pronger Base (2 Packs), Adjustable Heavy Duty Garden Hanging Stand Holder for Bird Feeders Lanterns Planter Hanger, Matte Black
As it turned out, they were much larger than I had expected Each one weighs a little over five Their thickness and durability make them great for hosting hanging planters, bird feeders, wind chimes, sparkly doodads, and even hanging fabric over PVC pipes for instant ambiance or having used in a dark corner of the yard to light up at night. As you can see, in my pictures, I have only shown this hook on one of the four extenders that are included with each hook with one of the 16" extenders attached the hook is just under 36" from the top of the spokes. Adding them all makes it 84” tall (which is 7 feet if you're not a math whiz), and the tallest one in the group. has a diameter of about 5/8 of an inch and a circumference of about 2 inches. Together, the 16" extender pieces screw into place 5/8 of an inch threads ensure a strong connection so it is a strong coupling that can bear high pressure. There are a certain couple of pieces up on the roof that are a little more difficult to screw together by yourself (but they can be done) Due to their length and thickness. The climb is harder due to weight, so if you have a partner it would be easier. In any case, I took a few picture with just the one extender until folks could get a good idea of what these hooks look like. The soil where I live is mostly clay, so I did not force those hooks all the way into the ground. If the center spike of the ground is all the way in, and the other spikes are all 6 inches, then the ground would be quite sturdy if they were all the way in. Having the ability to take them apart means that you can store them in a small space when not in use, and take them out whenever you want. This would be a neat gift for someone who has everything, as it is one of those items you don't usually see. And anyone with a yard could definitely use.
In reading the reviews on this product, I paid particular attention to However, I went ahead and made the purchase nonetheless, and I was astounded when it was exactly what I had been It was probably placed heavy potted plants that placed strain on the joints that caused some problems. I have had no issues using them for my bird feeders. It has held up well under four storms with wind gusts near 50 mph already, and has survived four wind storms so far. You can easily screw the sections together and try WD-40 on them It is best to screw these together after they have reached room 40. If I were to order this product again, I would definitely do so.
In spite of my excitement for these for several months, the two poles have both started to bend by about 15 degrees at the middle section as a result of normal use of a bird feeder. After investigating the problem, it was found that the poles are made of a fairly soft metal and were already deforming. If the poles were not so thin, the metal would not be an issue, but when I replaced these with Wild Birds Unlimited poles, they are built like Soviet tanks as a result.
The pole is nice, but the feet are too short and will knock the pole off It is a strong and stable hanging pole, however, even though it has five feet, the distance from the hook to the pole will cause the foot on the opposite branch to pop out of the ground if you hang anything that is more than a pound or two. It has a birdfeeder hanging on it, but I couldn't get it to stay in place. Back foot moved out of the way, which then caused other feet to move out of the way. It was solved by installing a steel fence post behind the Art Garden pole, and then using plastic zip ties to bind the pole to the post. As long as I paint the fence post black and the zip ties are black, it doesn't appear too bad and it is now very durable.
Despite its light weight, the pole is very sturdy. Its design is questionable, since the screw section that was fastened to the hook was partially stripped during initial construction, requiring me to use the hook below Unfortunately, this was not up to the standard expected for such a high price. I used it as a bird feeder, and it does its job While there is a great deal of swaying and bobbing, the ground holds firm.
The hooks attach using screws. I was able to screw the first hook's sections together without any Despite its top section being screwable, the lower section of the second hook could not be attached.
This birdfeeder holder is very easy to assemble. My dad had given me everything I needed to make the kit, and I put it together, screwed it back together, and kicked it into the ground, mostly jumping on the bottom pieces to ensure it was I decided that it was a little bit too tall after I had it in the ground, so I unscrewed one of the links to shorten it. I would have liked it to be more stable, and I think it works pretty well as a bird feeder, although it's a little wobbly.
There were places where the powder coating was already chipped on the poles After the poles have been attached, they are wobbly at the connection points. It really is a bummer for me.