Iggy the Iguana Statue
Iggy is doing a great job for us. He is so realilistic that he keeps other iguanas out of of plant bed. Besides that he does s great job of scaring our guests who think he is real!
August 20, 2015
Iggy - The Real Deal
Iggy looks just like its picture in the catalog and on the internet. Its placement along side an oleander bush in our yard makes it look like a real iguana. It was in stock and shipped the next day. The packaging was exceptional. A great addition to our growing collection of critters for back yard displays.
"Ease of Maintenance" was marked down a little because I haven't had any of the products long enough to see how the finish withstands the southern Arizona summer sun. It will takes at least a year or two to make this determination.
April 18, 2015
Love how he looks so real. You have to get up close to see it's not real.
April 14, 2015
This guy is better in person. He looks great around tropical plants. You will be happy with this purchase.
April 4, 2015
The perfect companion/conversation piece
I bought Iggy to keep my giant Moai statue company. The day after I placed him, I had tree trimmers in the yard. One of the guys saw Iggy and stopped, inquiring if my dogs and iguana get along. I burst out laughing! This statue is very life-like, a great size, and at least for a few days kept my dogs out of the plants! If you're in to iguanas, or just want a conversation piece, you need to buy this.
August 2, 2014
Looks real and is AWESOME!!! and this is all we have to say!
July 3, 2014
Life Like but somewhat weathered in appearance
We purchased the iguana and the walking croc and the finish on the croc is much better than iguana. we like them both and I ask for a suggestion on how to gloss up the iguana as he looks weathered right out of the box???
June 30, 2014
Very realistic portrayal
This is a very lifelike statue that fits perfectly into my tropical arrangement. It would be nice if Iggy had a couple of friends with different poses. Especially desirable would be one that could wrap around a palm tree trunk.
June 29, 2014