solar energy sway owl or swing owl for car decoration
Name: solar energy swing owl auto ornament
Color weight: 3 colors (optional)
Specification: 11cm high, 7cm wide, 5cm base
Packing number: 240 / case
Net weight: 38g (with package)
Outer box size: 66 * 39 * 60
Gross weight: 12.55 kg
Paper card. Packing, can be ordered according to customer's request (starting quantity 2000 pieces)
Logo can be printed on the bottom of the product (starting number is 1000)
Power supply: absorb sunlight and swing automatically (without battery)
Using the principle of optics, as long as in the sunlight or sunlight, the light energy will be converted into kinetic energy, and the leaves will shake themselves. The green leaves can also adjust the fatigue of eyesight, which is very suitable for office supplies, home decoration and car decoration
Owl alias "Owl", because its surface looks like a cat, people generally call them "Owl". Owls like to hide in the leaves to sleep, wait until night comes out to look for food, is the forest rat expert. Because owls have eyes in front of their heads, not on either side as other birds do, they have to keep turning their heads when they want to observe the situation in all directions.
The bird of Athena, the goddess of wisdom in Greek mythology, is a small owl (a kind of owl, which is considered to predict events), so the ancient Greeks respected the owl as a symbol of Athena and wisdom.
In Japan, the owl is known as the blessing bird, because its Japanese pronunciation "ふくろう" homophonic "not bitter" with auspicious meaning, also become the mascot of Nagano Winter Olympic Games, representing good luck and happiness.
In Britain, it is believed that owl eggs, which have been ground into powder after being burned, can correct vision. Yorkshire people believe that owl soup can cure pertussis.
In J. K. Rowling's magic novel Harry Potter, owls and toads are the pets of witches. Among these pets, owl is the most noble and popular one. Because they can not only help the host to send mail, they are really "postmen", but also they can understand human feelings and language, and they are intelligent.
The descendants of Vancouver Indians in Canada still keep the totem dance of owls. They not only have the image of owls carved in large wood, but also have dances. The dancers are dressed as owls and covered with their prey rats.