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- Fluid inside condenses from the evaporative cooling of the water off the bird's beak, making it top heavy and dunking it back into the water

- The condensate rejoins the liquid pool in the bird's bulb, and he tips up again

- Process continues indefinitely
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#2
Just a heads up but I bought one of these last time they were on offer. When it arrived it was cheap, nasty and didn't work. Still for £2.53 may be worth a punt
5 Likes #3
I once matched drinking wine with one of these guys.
Every time he wet his beak. I wet mine with a sip of wine.

I managed an hour and a bottle and half. I still remember the hangover.
8 Likes #4
This one looks exactly the same as the one the wife got me for Christmas - she paid £10 at Hawkins Bazaar in town (internet shopping is like an undiscovered country to her!).

Admittedly build quality is not impressive, and it takes some adjustment to get him working well, but it's worth the effort. I've got mine set up in the kitchen so he never runs dry.

But take care - last night I went down to get a biscuit to have with my bedtime cup of tea. After half an hour the wife came down to investigate and found me stood there mesmerised.

My tea was stone cold.

:|

Edited By: Fildo Stronst on Feb 03, 2011 20:10
#5
I ordered one of these for a xmas present for a friend in November.. As yet still havent received it or any of the other presents ordered from DealExtreme. I paid extra for express delivery via EMS!

DealExtreme will not issue a refund for my £50 order as they say it is still on its way to me, even though the tracking details have not been updated since the begining of December, and it is now 2 months since my package was dispatched!
#6
dont buy this.bought one last time.just cheap ****.doesnt work as well.
#7
Had one on last season of Mad Men so must have first come out in the 60's!
#8
I have to say guys be careful with these, I had one and it broke so easy, I don't know what's in the very thin glass bulb bit but It burned my hand and caused loads of irritation.

It also stained my worktop :/




Edited By: blackster on Feb 03, 2011 22:34
#9
Time for us all to buy one get fat and work from home.
http://s1.postimage.org/ngdxsb7o/znovnm.jpg

Edited By: do_you_over on Feb 03, 2011 22:40
#10
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgoV6Ixa8EI&feature=related

more drinking bird uses - music sounds awful though
#11
howbord
Just a heads up but I bought one of these last time they were on offer. When it arrived it was cheap, nasty and didn't work. Still for £2.53 may be worth a punt

Just a heads up but I bought one of these last time they were on offer. When it arrived it was cheap, nasty and didn't work. Even at £2.53 not worth a punt.
#12
Remember that it's Chinese New Year so prob won't even be dispatched for a week or so
#13
I remember my dad buying one of these in the 60s and it was unusal at the time ..cant remeber what happened to it..
#14
annemt
I remember my dad buying one of these in the 60s and it was unusal at the time ..cant remeber what happened to it..


Well, mine worked.. although (it may not arrive by) valentines day.. could still be a good (ironic) 'romantic' gift. :{

http://i54.tinypic.com/29bg2ns.png

Edited By: huggychair on Feb 03, 2011 23:55: (pic) sic.
#16
anyone know where i can get something similar to this its like magnets that revolve around each other not the newtons cradle
#17
Your Physics is flawed
#18
you1
Your Physics is flawed


You Account Is Useless
#19
blackster
I have to say guys be careful with these, I had one and it broke so easy, I don't know what's in the very thin glass bulb bit but It burned my hand and caused loads of irritation.

It also stained my worktop :/


The liquid inside is methylene chloride which is used as a paint stripper.... so I am not surprised it burnt your hand and stained your worktop!
#20
That's gonna make a million dollars!
#21
Aaah ... brings back my childhood memory when this wer all the rage... had an Osctrich and Giraffe version of this, they wer great.
#22
Bought one of these end of November for a secret santa only recently arrived in a battered box.

Might not be using mine correctly but don't think it works either goes down but that's it!!
#23
This was on a looney tunes one with silvester and tweety... im sure silvester mistook the dipping bird for tweety and ate it then proceeded to imitate the bird... ah childhood memories!
#24
These are £10 in Hawkin's Bazaar http://www.hawkin.com/20670-10765--2/sipping-bird
2 Likes #25
heheheeehheeee hes coming back for more!!!
#26
huggychair
annemt
I remember my dad buying one of these in the 60s and it was unusal at the time ..cant remeber what happened to it..


Well, mine worked.. although (it may not arrive by) valentines day.. could still be a good (ironic) 'romantic' gift. :{

http://i54.tinypic.com/29bg2ns.png


Encouraging to see non-flammability at the top of the features list oO
#27
Memories :} I remember buying one of these in 1976, loved it ! I hadn't seen one before then. It was quite a novelty :D How long ago !! Seems like yesterday, I feel ancient now oO. Before anyone else says it, and makes me feel even worse . ha ha
#28
i remember my mum having one of these in the kitchen when i was a wee nipper in the 70's i used to be fascinated by it :o)
#29
wakeywarrior
Had one on last season of Mad Men so must have first come out in the 60's!
invented in 1945 and patented in 1946.

"Early models were often filled with highly flammable substances. The fluid in later versions is nonflammable. Dichloromethane can irritate the skin on contact, and the lungs if inhaled; it is a mutagen and teratogen, and potentially a carcinogen."

Edited By: jakeby on Feb 05, 2011 14:22

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