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Allied Precision 300 200-Watt Bird Bath De-Icer
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- API 300 birdbath de-icer comes equipped with a built-in thermostat that will keep water liquid even on the coldest days
- Birdbath de-icer comes fully assembled
- A stainless-steel guard is provided to protect wildlife from burns
- Safe for use even in plastic baths
- Will not overheat if the bath runs dry
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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.
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will have some ice even when temps are -10 below zero it keeps the bird bath free of ice allowing the the birds to still have water to drink all winter long.
Yes the cord is short so that when you have it plugged into an extension cord it pulls at it a little, but I solved that problem fairly easily, I just put a Sm rock on top of the heater to hold it in place in the center of the bird bath & it has no problem keeping the water from freezing up all winter long.
If you take care of feeding birds all winter & you want them to be able to drink all winter also, then you won’t be disappointed in how this heater keeps your bird bath free of ice.
I Highly Recommend It
Steve in SW WI
It works as advertised, and kept my chicken's water bucket liquid through temps of -25F. However at the time I bought mine, it said it had a warranty -- and then when I received the product, it said the warranty only applied if you use their special extension cord which has to be ordered separately. I noticed there is no longer any mention of a warranty in the product description, so maybe that bothered other purchasers, too.
But, if you need to keep a bird bath from freezing . . . this will take care of it. The four star is not an indication of dissatisfaction, it's because it seems to work too well.
Edited to add . . .
It could be the loss of water is due to a small crack in the birdbath itself. Unfortunately, I cannot tell for sure. Removing the heater would in theory let me know . . . except the water would freeze.
Regardless, because of the uncertainty regarding the water loss, I'm revising the rating to five stars.