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Aspects 381 Hummzinger Fancy Hummingbird Feeder - Rose

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  • 12-ounce capacity; 4 feeding ports
  • Features a built-in ant moat
  • Easy to fill and clean
  • Made of extremely durable polycarbonate
  • Provides a more attractive design without diminishing any of the famous Hummzinger functionality
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 8 x 2.8 inches ; 13.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B001AHKNWC
  • Item model number: 381
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,034 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

12-ounce capacity. With the combination of style and function, the HummZinger Fancy is a wonderful addition to any backyard. It features a built-in ant moat, is made of extremely durable polycarbonate and is easy to fill and clean. It provides a more attractive design without diminishing any of the function that HummZingers are known for. 4 feeding ports. 12oz capacity. Made in the USA.

Customer Reviews

It's easy to clean.
M. Johnson
I love the look and ease of these hummingbird feeders.
moonbird
These feeders are very easy to clean.
blusky

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

112 of 113 people found the following review helpful By A. Ryan on June 23, 2007
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Remember that last hummingbird feeder you owned that dripped constantly, attracted bumblebees and ants and required a little bottle brush to clean? You probably gave up in sheer frustration after a few months. Well those days are long gone - the first time you fill up your Hummzinger, you will be in love with hummingbird-watching all over again.

I've owned mine for four years. I love it because it's never attracted any insects, never dripped, and cleans up easily with a sponge. The local hummers love it because they can perch and rest while they feed. I hung it from a cup hook on the eaves near the back patio door and watch them year round. It stays steady and dripless even in high winds.

Whoever designed this thing has not only a lot of common sense but a good eye for aestetics. The plainer version (mine) looks like a flying saucer, which suits me, but for Mother's Day I got my mom this fancier one, which looks as if it could stack up against the pricier glass art feeders. The Hummzinger, however, wouldn't shatter if it fell on the patio.

A few tips if you are planning on purchasing this:
1. Don't bother with the replaceable insect guards that you can buy to insert into the feeding holes. They don't do anything as far as I'm able to tell, but they are a pain and an expense.
2. Pass on the commercial nectar mixes and make your own by mixing one part sugar to four parts water (this recipe is permanently printed inside the feeder's top!). No dyes. No need to boil. I realize that boiling the mixture is traditional advice, but it's based on the mistaken notion that by sterilizing it you will keep bacteria and molds from spoiling it in the feeder.
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82 of 82 people found the following review helpful By M. Gettemeier on August 18, 2010
OK, first off, let's face it. If you put up a feeder and your hummers don't go for it, you won't care what the feeder LOOKS like, how it's MADE, or how easy it is to CLEAN. I've read reviews that say "my hummers ignore this feeder" or "it just hasn't attracted any hummers". It's ALL about the birds... so, if a particular feeder doesn't bring 'em in, I can't argue with that, but this is MY experience. This may be the best darn hummingbird feeder on the market. I have tried LOTS of them! I reached a point where I considered building my own, then I found this one. For me the "Fancy" is absolutely perfect. Here's why:

My hummers LOVE this feeder. I could stop it there, but I'll tell you what's so great beyond that if you're in the mood to read a while :-)

The red color is extremely vibrant because it's translucent. This means that the red almost GLOWS in daylight. Everybody knows hummers LOVE red... and this extremely vibrant red color is almost hypnotic to the little guys. Within 10 minutes of hanging it up they were going positively NUTS around it... I think they like the appearance of the feeder as much as I do, although they're probably mostly fascinated with how ULTRA-RED it is.

You don't want yellow on a hummer-feeder because it mainly draws bees! I thought the hummers may benefit from some different color (flower) around the ports (feeding holes), but they had no trouble figuring it out. ALL red is a PLUS here... it again shows an intelligent feeder design... and you'll notice that other "enthusiast grade" feeders won't have yellow either.

The construction is FIRST RATE. As a guy I love that the whole thing is made of polycarbonate (which is basically LEXAN... yeah, the stuff bullet proof glass is made from... or the clear stuff around a hockey rink).
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Taletha Robinson on August 14, 2007
This has been a great feeder -- hummers found it almost immediately. It is the easiest feeder to clean --- MUCH better than the jar/bottle type which were impossible to clean on the inside. The "fancy" aspect is also great -- it's almost like an ornament hanging on the porch. The only trouble that I've had was figuring out how to lift the red top portion to empty and clean it. After a few tries I discovered it to be simple if I lift up on the inner rim while at the same time lifting on the outter edge. Brilliant product for hummer-lovers :)
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By jeo on May 29, 2009
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We started off with the 'common one' the red one with 4 big flowers (perky pet 203? I think it is). It was hanging on our deck, and there was a hummer on it every 10 min. Worked great, but when it started leaking and dripping, we read reviews and got this one.

It's really pretty, does not spill or leak, doesn't just 'blow with the wind', but once we changed the feeder, the hummers just looked at it, flew away and stopped coming all together. Not fun.

Maybe it's too reflective, I don't know. We hung the feeder in a more shaded area, so it's not so reflective, and my Husband got a bag of flower-shaped felt stickers with a hole in the middle (at walmart's craft section) and stuck those on top of each red flower on the feeder.

That brought one hummer back, but we're still looking into some other kind of feeder.

:::::UPDATE::::
This summer we hung up the feeder, and the hummers came but didn't know where to eat, so my Husband took it in, and just painted the flowers on the feeder white.
He hung the feeder back up and we got hummers immediatelly!!! Even two at once, all day, every day!! Big difference.
It helped with the flowers being an other color than the feeder.
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