Inspire visitors of all ages with Heinimex's adorable Christmas Reindeer. Featuring a functional bell collar, a Christmas gift box and a sweet facial expression, this fiberglass reindeer is sure to steal the show. It's crafted from long-lasting, chip-resistant fiberglass material that's then finished with a protective topcoat to preserve the paint.
- Weight: 15 pounds
- Dimensions: L 20.5in. W 15.25in. H 35in.
- Indoor/outdoor use
- Shipping weight: 28 pounds
- Shipping dimensions: L 19in. W 17in. H 37in.
- Made in the Philippines
LARGE OUTDOOR MOLDED FIGURES.
All our large outdoor fiberglass figures are manufactured using a unique 8 step molding process, similar to that used to make fiberglass boats.
After the fiberglass has cured, it is sanded and painted using sunlight resistant paint.
When the paint has dried the surface of the figure is sealed against the weather using clear urethane coating.
All our large figures are designed and made for outdoor use. They will withstand all kinds of weather, including rain and snow.
Many of our large products have ground mounting plates and D-Rings for attaching to the ground or other fixed surfaces such as walls and trees.
We recommend ensuring that the figures are not left in standing water or frozen to the ground for lengthy periods.
When the Holiday season is over the figures can be wiped with a damp cloth to remove dirt and bird droppings . Please do not use detergents of liquid cleaners as this may dull the attractive shine of the item.
They should be stored inside in a clean , dry place, and returned to the original cartons or wrapped in bubble wrap to prevent scratching. Clean figure with a damp cloth. A non abrasive surface cleaner such as Formula 409 glass can be used for stubborn spots or bird droppings. Store covered in a dry location. When setting up product make sure figure is stable and will not be blown over by the wind. Tether the figure to a wall or post with monofilament fishing line or flexible wire.
TRUCK SHIPPING OF LARGE ITEMS
Many of our large outdoor Nativity Sets and outdoor decoration figures are too heavy and bulky for UPS or FedEx and must be delivered by truck. These items are shipped on wood pallets and are delivered by appointment. The average cost of this delivery service is 20 to 25% of the product cost in the Eastern US (except Florida at up to 30%) and 30 to 40% of the product cost for the US west coast and South Texas. Use these average percentages to estimate the landed cost of this item. These percentage shipping cost averages apply to residential delivery. Shipments to commercial locations with loading docks or fork lift equipment will be cheaper. Please note, churches, hospitals and military locations are considered congested and are classified as residential by the trucking companies.
Costs to deliver to Canada may be higher and will require the use of a customs broker and the payment of PST, GST and brokerage fees. Please call 888 900 2070 for details.
Shipments to Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico will require special arrangements involving ships and must be specially quoted, as must shipments to foreign countries. Please call our Logistics Department at 888 900 2070 for details.
Truck shipping rates are greatly affected by the cost of oil as it impacts the cost of gasoline and diesel fuel used by the trucks. As a result, freight rates change weekly or even more often and should be verified before shipment.
When you call our Logistics Department at 888 900 2070 for a US shipping quote, please provide the item number, your name and zip code and a phone number where you can be sure to be reached during the day. We will try to provide you with a US truck shipping quote within 30 minutes during our working hours of 8:30 to 5:00 Eastern time, Monday through Friday.
Could not be happier with this little guy! He is just adorable, easy to assemble with just the head to attach, and the colors are bright and kid friendly. Outstanding quality for indoors or outdoors!
Rudolph was the hit of the neighborhood proudly standing next to our large Santa!
by Mike Hardin on 11/19/21