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Aspects Hummingbird Hummzinger Feeder

by Aspects
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Price: $26.50 & FREE Shipping
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  • Large 16oz Capacity, Built-in ant moat
  • 6 feeding ports, Brass hanging rod
  • Unbreakable Poly carbonate construction
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 9 x 2.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: 143
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,153 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

With its' beautiful styling and simple cleaning features it is no wonder the HummZinger Mini & Excel is our most popular hummingbird feeders. Engineered of virtually unbreakable UV stabilized polycarbonate with an integrated wraparound perch that encourages hummingbirds to stay an feed longer. A solid brass stem and built-in ant moat add to the Lifetime Guarantee quality of both these models. The HummZinger Excel increases your viewing pleasure by doubling both the nectar capacity and feedin

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Customer Reviews

Ants, bees etc proof.
M. Bowman
I've really enjoyed watching them...they love these feeders.
Easy to clean and fill!
D. Livermore

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88 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Tim on May 7, 2007
This feeder is simply the best for all the reasons such as ease of cleaning, durability in construction and overall design.


The Hummzinger Excel by Aspects Inc. is the easiest to clean feeder that I have ever owned. Unlike the inverted bottle style feeders this feeder has no recessed or unreachable places that will harbor mold and bacteria. This feeder is simply three parts, the red top that is basically flat on the underside, the bowl like basin and a metal hangar. Cleaning is simple and requires only removing the top and flushing the top and basin out with hot water. DO NOT use soap, as hummers can taste the residue! This cleaning should be done every three or four days (more often if in a warmer climate or if mixture becomes cloudy or has black specks). Once a month soak the feeder top and basin in a mixture of 1/4-cup bleach to one gallon of water. Soak for one hour then rinse thoroughly with hot water. Dry and refill.

-What to feed? -

DO NOT BUY COMMERCIALLY AVAIALBLE NECTAR. It's a complete waste of money and they are NOT PROVEN SAFE for hummingbirds. Hummingbirds only need (from us) the sugar/water mixture that is one part CANE sugar (sucrose) to four parts water. This is a very close reproduction of natural flower nectar. Natural flower nectar is mainly water and natural sugars like sucrose and/or glucose, among some other trace sugars and elements. The other nutrients hummingbirds' need they get from catching small bugs like gnats and spiders. The sugar/water syrup recipe is stamped on the underside of the Hummzinger's lid for reference. Mix well until all the sugar is dissolved then fill your feeder.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Hollen on August 28, 2006
If you have ever seen six hummers sitting on the perch enjoying a drink while others buzzed around waiting for an empty stool you have seen the biggest reason that so many people are using this low profile feeder.

You may refill every day (if nature gifts you), but it is so easy to clean and fill with nice fresh nectar, which is healthier for the birds, it is no chore at all. The hummers are so used to me because I fill the feeders daily that they just back up a few inches and chatter at me while I do.

The ants are not any problem because of the simple built in water moat at the top and these don't seem to attract bees like the large capacity feeders do.

The smaller version of this one (fewer feeding ports) is great too and I have a mixture of both sizes.

I have tossed my bigger feeders because they just attract too many bees - which is not a big deal - they are great for my vegetable garden - but if there are too many bees the hummers WILL stop coming around.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Apricot Garfield on July 18, 2006
I had the Perky Pet bottle type feeder. It was okay but was hard to clean and after some time, the red plastic feeder part that screws into the bottle became stripped and then the feeder started leaking. We used plumbers tape to improve the seal between the bottle and the plastic, but finally it wouldn't stop leaking. I purchased the Hummzinger 16 oz feeder. It took the hummers several days to get used to it but now it is well used. It is easy to clean and to refill. It is much more sanitary than the Perky Pet.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. Bronson on July 25, 2007
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I have owned several hummingbird feeders - some great, some not-so-great (and some downright terrible). I had always read rave reviews about the hummzinger and made a promise to myself to get one someday. I should have fulfilled that promise ages ago! This is, bar-none, the absolute best hummingbird feeder you can find. The innovation that went into this design is elegant, simple, and (nearly perfectly) effective. From the fact that you can mount this feeder either on a pole or from the included hanger, all the way down to the built-in ant moat, molded "flower" rain guards (not those cheap inserts), SIMPLE disassembly and cleanup (very few feeders allow such full access)... the list goes on...!
Besides the fast assembly, among the first things I noticed were the easy measurement marks on the side (marked every 4 oz). The next, and most important, observation was the fact that the hummingbirds went bananas over this feeder. Literally, within minutes I had a swarm around the new feeder (placed in the same spot as the previous ho-hum feeder). The hummers were ecstatic! In fact, I begin to wonder if I'll have problems with the other two (perky pet bottle-style) feeders not being drained fast enough. I was fascinated with the fact that I could watch them drinking from below - through the clear-bottom reservoir. The next thing I noticed was the genius behind the way this feeder thwarts bees. My usual-suspect wasp was up to no good; trying to get to the sugar. Because the flowers are on the very top of this feeder, the bees just simply CAN'T get to the sugar at all!
I think the only (slightly) negative thing to say about this feeder is that it's completely made of plastic, but that should never be a problem as long as you're not letting the squirrels get to it.
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