Reviewed on: 8/10/2014 10:36:00 AM
I have been wanting this for the past year and am so happy to have it in my garden! No problems with assembly or durability....and seriously----can anything be any cuter?
- Door County Scottie Mom
Reviewed on: 7/4/2014 5:57:00 AM
This was a gift to my grand-daughter in Texas. She said it was very cute and liked it. She had just purchased a house and they were fixing up the back yard. I think it made a sweet gift.
Reviewed on: 12/29/2011 12:00:00 AM
Propeller kept flying off when nuts came loose. Bought lock nuts from [@] and it's good now. Metric, not conventional thread.Product should include at least two locknuts, one for each side of the propeller. Add a few washers, too.Christmas gift from granddaughter and we are reminded of her each time we look at it.Product is tempermental but we adjusted the connection problems and gave it a good spray of silicone to keep it bright.
- Pop and Meme
Reviewed on: 6/17/2011 12:00:00 AM
Where do I start? the rods that attach to the rotating shaft (and run the tail, arm etc.) are so bent and unmovable, that it took me an 1/2 hour just to bend them back into a common sense position that might work.(Engineer) Even with oil, they frequently "hang up" and would not turn in our 45-50mph wind! After wasting far too much of my life trying to make this thing work, I cut all but one of the connecting rods off (making note which ones were the problem first)Now at least the tail works!! Also, it is so poorly made, that the wind blew the girl's body off! Rip-off!-should have returned it
- Joe Consumer
Reviewed on: 3/7/2011 12:00:00 AM
I was very disapointed it did not spin