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Bird bath de-icer comes equipped with a built-in thermostat which will keep drinking water within the optimal drinking range for wild birds even on the coldest days. The unit can even be used in plastic baths, and will not overheat if the bath runs dry. A stainless steel guard is provided to protect wildlife from burns. 250 watts.
I used this in a 2 gallon bucket with a horizontal poultry nipple for my 6 laying hens. I thought it died while we were gone over the holidays, and I was really disappointed. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good Reliable product. They last about 7 years before replacement is necessary. Good for Minnesota winters. Internal thermostat shuts off in warmer weather.Published 5 months ago by Thomas E. Dickovich
Plugged it in, dropped it into birdbath and it has kept the birdbath ice free during some cold nights.Will reserve further comment until I see how long it performs.Published 5 months ago by 22blackeven
This is the third one of this model that I have purchased in the past 12-15 years, so the first 2 lasted at least 6 to 7 years each , which is great. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Vic
This is the second of these bird de-icers that we have purchased. We erroneously believed that the first one had expired after many years of use during some pretty cold winters... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Margaret E.
FINALLY!!! One that works. 20 below some nights, and our 16X3" birdbath is completely clear of ice. Now, if it only lasts a while. Read morePublished 6 months ago by R. J. Shedd