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Three Arm Bird Feeder Pole Set - Three Extended Reach Arms

by Erva
Original price $88.99 - Original price $88.99
Original price
$88.99
$88.99 - $88.99
Current price $88.99

80" Heavy duty 5-piece sectional pole set. 1" Outer Diameter. Includes 3 pole sections, ERTRIO 3-arm extended reach (22") pole top hanger, and a twist in ground socket. 

This is the heaviest duty American made commercially available tubular bird feeder pole. This pole has an .060 wall thickness (16 Gauge) and will not rust through. Our pole has almost twice the wall thickness found on mass market poles. It's also powder coated with an automotive quality polyurethane and lead-free black baked on finish.

Manufacturer's maximum recommended weight per arm is 5 lbs, assuming even distribution of weight across all three arms.  


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Frustrated Squirrels

Finally able to prevent the squirrels from stealing all the bird seeds and peanuts! My husband has been waging the battle with the squirrels, trying a variety of bird feeders. But the wily critters always prevailed; until now!