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Easy & Fun To Install
Create Special Moments
Timeless Piece of Art
Supports Bird Conservation
The robin was declared Britain’s National Bird in 1960 and it’s been a much-loved icon ever since, especially at Christmas. Originally known as robin redbreast (even though it looks pretty orange to us) it’s now known simply as robin. And fun fact: every robin’s breast pattern is unique, just like fingerprints. In spite of its extreme cuteness, robin is feisty and quick to drive off intruders. Robins are unafraid of people and often hangs around when you’re gardening, waiting to see what goodies you stir up. Catch one forever.
Our Robin is:
✓ 14cm high by 12cm wide approximately 300g
✓ Easy to send our regular boxes are standard A4 size, measuring 30cm x 21 cm x 1cm
✓ Same day dispatch on orders placed before 2pm on weekdays
✓ Made locally in a family-owned factory, right here in the UK
✓ Crafted from 3mm Corten steel and designed to last a lifetime
✓ Easy to install holding on a downwards angle simply tap the thickest end of the stake with a hammer or mallet until secure
Our birds are designed with 3mm CorTen steel to form a protective patina that deepens and strengthens with the seasons. This patina will deepen in shade over the years until it reaches a deep brown/charcoal black hue.
This self-sealing aspect of CorTen steel provides a quality guarantee of up to 100 years, ensuring that our product lasts a lifetime and remains completely corrosion resistent.
What might initially resemble generic rust is simply the air and water-tight patina forming over a six month period, so don’t panic! Your Metalbird is doing exactly what it’s been designed to do, and this patina will protect the steel from any further damage and disintegration.
CorTen steel does not require any treatments, oils or chemical additives and is therefore extremely environmentally friendly.
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Corten Steel or ‘Weathering Steel’ is used in high-end exterior architecture, for good reason. Exposed to the elements, within weeks it develops a patina that seals the steel and preserves it for decades. It also leaves a beautiful even colouring that will get darker over the years.
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