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It's easy to make your own hummingbird feeder with these inexpensive, foolproof feeder tubes. Use any type bottle, jar or other container for liquid. All you need is an opening into which you push the rubber stopper on the feeder tube. The stopper is tapered and measures 1" at the top and 5/8" at the bottom. The curved plastic tube has a red tip to attract hummingbirds. Potters will find these feeder tubes perfect for completing a handmade feeder. For the crafts-minded person, plastic pop bottles make excellent containers. You can also use glass jars with lids. Just drill a hole in the lid and insert the feeder. Important: make sure that the rubber stopper fits tightly into your container to prevent leakage at the tip. You get a total of 12 feeder inserts in this offer, each one consisting of a transparent feeder tube, a red cap with feeding hole and a rubber stopper. They are assembled and ready to use.
Item Package Quantity: 12
These only lasted a week or so in the feeders--After I took them out to clean bottles, they repeatedly fell out or leaked non-stop leaving a puddle of hummingbird syrup on the... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Sharon S.
Do not purchase this.It does not work! It leaks all the time. I even tried putting the original cork in the bottle with their tip. It still leaked. I am so disappointed!!!! Read morePublished 12 days ago by Jolene C.Skinner
When used, these rubes drip, or dribble, even when sealed properly, and have wasted a pot of hummingbird food. Have tried all 5 of them, they all dripPublished 15 days ago by k trout
These are great. They fitt my beer bottles. You only need this thing with the red tip. My bottles are blue and I have at least 5 hummingbirds drinking from this. Read morePublished 19 days ago by janet d.
Prompt service. Product as described. Used to replace a worn tube and stopper. Hummers are happy now!Published 29 days ago by fishpondfrog
These do work pretty well, but they can leak. You really have to work to put them in properly. I am using these to make gifts and I will definitely need to write up an instruction... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cari