Patent Granted to Bird B Gone Repeller

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August 26, 2014

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August 26, 2014


gI_120883_01_concept_repeller300IRVINE, CA—Bird B Gone was recently granted a US patent for its Repeller 360° Bird Deterrent. The wind-powered device provides an effective and humane solution for keeping pest birds off boats, docks, AC units, light posts, signs, rooftops, skylights and more, the company says.

Covering areas up to 6 ft. in diameter, Bird B Gone Repeller 360 uses wind power to spin continuously and scare birds away from the protected area. The unit is pre-assembled, easy to install, and can be used in a variety of settings.

Bird B Gone Repeller 360° spins in the wind to prevent large birds such as gulls, pigeons and crows from landing in areas where pest birds create problems. The unit deters pest birds in a 6-ft.-diameter swath, keeping birds from perching and loitering. Easy to set up, Repeller 360° features two “sails” mounted at both ends of a 6-ft. stainless steel arm. Each sail features a reflective and intimidating predator eye. When the wind spins, Repeller 360°’s arms intimidate and frighten any bird pests daring to land near them. The wind-powered arms rotate continuously in the slightest breeze.

Because Bird B Gone Repeller 360° uses sustainable wind energy, it can be placed virtually anywhere pest birds gather, perch, or roost. No electrical cords or connections are required. The unit is easy to set up using a patented clip that locks it into place. Engineered for outdoor use, Repeller 360° uses UV-protected materials, including polycarbonate fins and a rugged base supported by two stainless steel rods. A base that can be glued down permanently to flat surfaces is standard. To maximize portability, optional bases available to secure the Repeller 360° include a removable railing mount and sand bag base (sold separately). Bird B Gone Repeller 360° is manufactured by Bird B Gone, Inc. in the United States.

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