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Woodlink Absolute Squirrel Resistant Bird Feeder Model 7533

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  • Durable powder coated steel body
  • Squirrel's weight on perch closes access to seed
  • Locking top
  • No waste seed saver baffle
  • Large 15 lb. mixed seed capacity
  • Easy to clean and fill
  • Fully assembled. Made in USA
  • Hang or pole mount, includes metal hangar and 5 ft. pole with mounting hardware
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Woodlink   Absolute Squirrel  Resistant Bird Feeder  Model 7533 + Heritage Farms Universal Pole Mounting System Model 75860 + Woodlink NABAF18 Audubon Wrap Around Squirrel Baffle, 18-Inch
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 16 x 11.2 inches ; 12.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001G17E7Y
  • Item model number: 7533
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,520 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

The premier Original Absolute® Squirrel Resistant feeder is for the serious bird enthusiast. This attractive, double-sided feeder will attract a wide array of birds to your yard, with a locking top and spring-activated perches that work together to keep squirrels away. This rugged, all-metal squirrel-proof feeder has two counter balance perches adjustable to three positions to allow light, medium or heavy birds on the perch. The wrong bird or squirrel closes access to seed. Holding up to 15 lbs of birds favorite mixed seed, sunflower seeds, peanut halves or safflower, this extra large capacity requires less frequent filling. Stop birds from shoveling food out with the no waste seed saver baffle. Durable, chew-resistant green powder coated steel body with a zinc-plated steel hanger and black powder coated pole. Simply unlatch the squirrel resistant roof and lift for easy filling and cleaning, while seed level indicator window show when feeder is empty. The overhanging roof and hopper keeps the seed dry and protected from the elements and the all- steel body ensures it will withstand all types of weather and unwanted critters in your backyard for many seasons. Top locks down securely preventing squirrel access and when a squirrel steps onto the perch, a metal shield immediately covers the seed tray, shutting off the seed supply. Bird feeder is fully assembled, includes a steel hanging rod for hanging, and a 5 foot sectional pole kit with metal mounting bracket and ground socket for optional pole mounting. .


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Customer Reviews

This is a well built product.
Suzanne Z. McNabb
The perches are small and close enough to the hopper that only small birds find it easy to feed and larger birds are forced to feed off the ground from droppings.
Jaxdoc
It is so much fun watching the squirrels trying to get into this bird feeder!
Cynthia H. Fogle

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

60 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Texas bird lover on April 11, 2005
I own four of these; I am buying four more to use in the country. I've given eight of them as gifts. Simply put, THEY WORK. The squirrels have to go through such contortions to get to the food that they really are not a big problem anymore. You do have to take care in your placement, or the squirrels will hang onto a nearby fence or branch and feast away, but once placed properly, you'll frustrate them!
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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Budsie's Girl on March 6, 2006
I made sure to place it away from trees and platforms from which squirrels can jump from. I placed it near a small apple tree with branches that droop from too much weight. I have two gray squirrels and two red squirrels. I saw one gray squirrel put two feet on the feeding bar and the other two feet on the feeding station. It was able to feed for a long time. I haven't seen any other squirrels do it again. I don't know how the squirrel got there. I used a metal bird feeder pole, so the squirrel didn't climb. Overall I really like the feeder. It holds so much seed that I don't have to fill it too often. I have cardinals, chickadees, blue jays, downy woodpecker, hairy woodpecker, tufted titmouse, and various sparrows and finches.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Beagles' Mom on November 26, 2004
This is a nice bird feeder, but it is anything but squirrel proof! The squirrels quickly learned how to bypass the perch by hanging from the top of the feeder and leaning over to get the goodies. They also learned that jumping off the feeder allows it to swing, spilling the seed onto the ground. It holds a good amount of seed and it does look nice in the garden. Obviously the manufacturer never met the squirrels in my neighborhood! Still waiting for a better "mousetrap"! The birds seem to enjoy it and they let me know when the feeder needs a refill!
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Grace M. Terrell on May 20, 2006
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Because there is no raised edge on the feeding tray, cupsful of seeds get spilled onto the ground. We have no squirrels to glean the spills but perhaps are attracting rats.

In this feeder's favor, we like adjusting the perch to exclude heavier birds, and the unit is certainly easy to fill and clean.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Binoc Toter on December 9, 2007
I bought one of these and soon bought a second. It comes with a pole mount, but I am using the provided hanging bracket. I did not install the R pins initially and the squirrels managed to spread the hanger. Thought I should read the instructions :-) Next squirrels disassembled the patio stand it hung from... Doesn't work if laying on ground. Unit survived both falls with minimal damage. After wiring it to the end of a tree bracket so the squirrels could not lift it 3-4" and pull it back to the trunk, it is truly squirrel proof. One squirrel did learn to swing on the counterweight to shake out a few seeds and eat them on the ground. However, he tired of it after a couple days with little rewards. It made little difference in the seed level.

I bought a second one and installed it outside my office window, there are trees too close for a squirrel stopper pole to be completely effective. The squirrels try it nearly every day, but go leave empty handed. I did use a floppy baffle on the pole to make it more challenging for the squirrels to access the feeder, but they try it most every day.

These feeders have a very large capacity, and I have topped mine off twice in a couple months (black sunflower in one and nuts and fruit in another). The squirrels emptied the feeder in a day when it fell to the ground. They work pretty well.

Squirrels have try chewing, pulling, leaning over from top, and leave frustrated. One learned how to disassemble the patio pole screws, another runs up a Wildbirds Unlimited pole, banks off the squirrel baffle, twists 180 degrees, grabs two opposite side feeding holes in a Yankee Whipper, stuffs his cheeks from the hole between, drops off and climbs to a perch to feast.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By T. Hale on October 1, 2007
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This is the second time I have purchased this bird feeder. The first one was left behind when I moved. Needing a new feeder at my new home I searched the home supply companies. There are Look-alike models, but a closer exam showed them to be cheaply built. So I ordered my favorite from Amazon. It wasn't cheap. But it is built like a tank and the engineering details are awesome. In a world where so many things are built for a short lifespan, it's a joy to find something that will probably outlive me.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Ron Witt on March 15, 2007
I have two of the squirrel prrof feeders .Our squirrels are so smart they not only can hold the bird foot rest up so it will not shut with one foot and grab the seeds with the other foot.The also can open the cover and eat the seeds inside.I had to wire the top down but they still manage to get the seeds at the foot rest.

All we can do is smile it makes our day
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By S. Jennings on May 23, 2009
This bird feeder has a large capacity for seed and the balance is easily adjusted so that heavy squirrels cannot access the seed. However, the wooden perch is is big mistake! After two weeks of use, the squirrels have already eaten nearly through the bar. Also, I feel that the metal is not as heavy in weight as the similar feeder we had for almost twenty years. I am afraid that this feeder will give out too soon - the old one was truly squirrel proof until the metal finally rusted and the squirrels ate through it. My rating should be between three and four stars.
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