Woodlink Deck Mount Bracket
The Clamp-on Deck Hook from Woodlink is an ingenious method for hanging all varieties of bird feeders, flower pots, lanterns, and wind chimes. Its bracketed arm leans forward and out so you can position your hanging items over the side of your deck, or away from walkways. A durable, weather-resistant, powder-coated finish won't fade in the sun, so you can count on its dark green finish looking great for years to come. The Woodlink Deck Mount attaches easily to any horizontal deck rail, no additional assembly required--just adjust by hand to install and remove the clamp! Holds up to 15 lbs.
• Easily clamps to your deck to hang bird feeders, flower baskets and more
• Durable construction and polyester powder coating ensure lasting quality
• Designed for deck rails from 3/4 to 1.5 inch thick
• Dimensions: 31" x 5" x 1.5"
I would like it to be on a swivel and the outward extension should be lengthened. It would fit my needs better.
1. The deck railing can't be too thick or it won't work. 2. Squirrels can still get at the feed! I wanted it for suet but the squirrels hang upside down and eat it all. 3. Therefore, it only works for bird seed.
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