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August 5, 2005

Water Wiggler


This device is selling like hotcakes at Birdbaths.com.

It's for people who worry about stuff like West Nile virus because of the standing water in their birdbath.

The Water Wiggler is a 4.75"–wide battery–operated device (2 D–cells) that silently vibrates and creates gentle ripples in the water which attract birds while deterring mosquitos which might lay eggs.

The Wiggler stands on its own three legs.

Philip Chumbley of Allied Precision Industries, the Wiggler's developer, said in today's USA Today story by Sarah Bailey, "We've even had people call who wanted to put it in the shallow end of a pond."

$16.25 here.

August 5, 2005 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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