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API 970 20-Inch Diameter Heated Bird Bath with Metal Stand

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  • Heated bird bath includes metal stand
  • Features a built-in thermostat
  • Prevents bird bath water from freezing - even on coldest days
  • Rim is designed to be easily grasped by a bird's talons, making it a natural perch
  • Clean water attracts a wide variety of backyard birds
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 20 x 26 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0006HRQNQ
  • Item model number: 970
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,385 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Product Description

Product Description

Heated Bird Bath with Stand. This heated bird bath bowl features 150 watts of power and is thermostatically controlled. The bowl is 20-inches by 2-inches deep. The shape of the rim is designed to be easily grasped by a bird's talons making it a natural perch and, as a result, encourages landings. Includes a sturdy metal stand.

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This heated bath lets you enjoy watching backyard songbirds all year ‘round. A built-in thermostat and 150 watts of power prevent their watering fountain from becoming a skating pond, even on the coldest days. Completely hidden from surface view, the heating element automatically keeps water temperature between 40 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit. The bowl is also specially designed to attract and encourage birds to land. A textured surface and shaped rim allow a bird’s talons to easily grasp and perch, while the gradual slope promotes bathing. Crack-proof even in subzero conditions, the bowl measures 20 inches in diameter by 2 inches deep. It comes with a sturdy, 30-inch-high metal stand and 15-inch power cord. (The bird bath can also mount on a wooden deck railing.) Made in the USA, this item is covered by a three-year guarantee.

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Customer Reviews

Works as Advertised- keeps the water from freezing.
Todd Naber
The birds and squirrels love it the winters here are so cold it is a pleasure watching the animals enjoying getting their drinks and even taking baths in the winter.
Deborah
We're very happy with this bird bath and would recommend it.
CopperKat

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

74 of 76 people found the following review helpful By bettehead on October 1, 2010
I purchased this birdbath from another source because I needed it immediately during the coldest part of last winter. I had purchased previously this item from Amazon and it was both VERY effective and inexpensive:
http://www.amazon.com/Farm-Innovators-Economical-B-9-44-Watt/dp/B000793M68/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1285959095&sr=8-1
However, this only keeps its own diameter ice-free in the birdbath and I wanted the entire bath to remain liquid. Also, I had let a few birdbaths accidentally freeze in past years and have lost their basins to cracking.
It is CRUCIAL to me to get birdbaths (for either warm or cold months) that have non-tip basins (or "locking top" basins, as they're sometimes called) because I have a yard full of wild critters and a colony of feral cats and they like to drink out of the birdbath despite having heated water bowls. I went to my local Agway and this birdbath was about $15 to $20 more expensive than Amazon's price but I was able to remove it from the box and make sure the basin fits well into the circular "cradle". I used this all last winter and it works just great.

One reviewer noted that the stand is wobbly. That's somewhat true, but I think it has to be so that it doesn't needlessly stress the stand. The bath comes with stakes to secure the legs. I use these. Even though I have an area of flat cement I could put the bath on, I purposely put it on the grassy area beside and secure the legs with the included stakes. When it gets cold enough, the ground freezes around the stakes. There is still some wobble to the stand but I just hold it when I refill it so it doesn't move too much and get loose from the ground.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Debbie Lee Wesselmann TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 8, 2010
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Because I live in a high-wind area, I was nervous about purchasing this lightweight heated bird bath; after all, we chain our grill to our deck railing because a few years ago our old propane grill was blown all the way across the deck, down the stairs, and into the driveway. However, I didn't want to leave the birds without water when I brought my fountain in for the winter. I was relieved -- and completely sold on this bath -- when it recently weathered a day with winds gusting to 65 mph without moving an inch. Even better, the water inside the bath has not frozen once, not even around the edges.

The bowl is a fairly light-weight, textured plastic that allows birds to grip the sides (and even the bottom) without slipping. The stand is metal, and not very heavy, either, although it seems sturdy enough. The water is never warm, only above freezing, so the birds drink from it readily. (I placed it in the same spot as the fountain, and birds were drinking from it within the hour.) I have scattered a few stones on the bottom to give birds a feel for how deep the water is and for them to land on; they use both the edges and the rocks. The bowl won't tip out of the stand -- and this is both good and bad: an animal drinking out of it is unlikely to tip it over, but it also makes it difficult to empty dirty water. Because of the dry winter air and the heat, the water tends to evaporate more quickly than I expected. But even when I forget to fill it with water, the birds use it. I'm going to share a photo in the customer image section of two mourning doves in the empty bath, warming their feet and bottoms on a day with wind chills in the teens. I guess the surface is just warm enough to feel good.

While this isn't the most attractive bird bath, it does its job, and the birds love it. What more could I ask?

-- Debbie Lee Wesselmann
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Ronald H. Carter on January 11, 2007
I am very satisfied with the birdbath as it was easy to assemble and attracts a lot of birds even in our below freezing weather.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 21, 2010
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The birds are overjoyed with my "bird-spa" birthday present so I have no choice but to be overjoyed with it as well!

I do wish I hadn't splurged on the very flimsy stand however. I am not using it for that very reason.

I put the bird spa on a child-sized wrought iron table that I had in the yarden.

The stand will not be a waste of money however - I plan on reinforcing the flimsy stand with twig-art and it will live long & prosper as a repurposed piece of garden art.

I truly wish I had not spent the extra $ on the bird-spa with stand and just purchased the bird-spa - I could have used that money for more bird seed!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By D. KULICK on January 20, 2008
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The API 970 20 inch birdbath has been a giant hit with the birds. The water does need to be changed almost daily because the patrons don't exercise proper spa sanitary habits. It's January and the water doesn't freeze, and there are often three or four birds enjoying the water. My one problem so far has been some varmint tipping it over at night, but I put some bricks on the legs and that seems to have cured the problem. I'll install it more permanently in the spring.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By C. Boluyt on January 3, 2008
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If looking for a Winter bird bath, this is the best!
We used to use bird bath heaters, they never worked well in
cold weather, only keep a small hole in the water open.
This Bath keeps all the water free, no matter how cold it
gets! (We are in Michigan).
The only negative we have found is the stand, It is kind of cheap. We just used u hooks pushed in the ground to keep secure. You can always easily attach to deck railing.
For keeping the Birds happy, this bath is great!
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