- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 8.8 x 2.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0010Q74E8
- Item model number: 31037
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,708 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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JW Pet Company Activitoys Hall of Mirrors Bird Toy, Assorted Colors
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- Bird sized fun house mirror
- Stimulates your bird and encourages play
- Keeps your bird vibrant and energetic
- Activate your bird's body, mind and soul!
- Suitable for parakeets, cockatiels and other similar sized birds
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The Hall of Mirrors Activitoy is one of our top selling classics. It's innovative design creates a bird sized fun house mirror so that your bird can see infinite images of itself. This stimulating toy is sure to delight your bird and help to keep him vibrant and energetic. Suitable for parakeets and cockatiels and other similar sized birds.
Top customer reviews
The local pet store had one, but it, too, had a cracked mirror. Plus, it was yellow, not green. The sales associate said to check back in 3 days when they would next get a delivery.
So I found the same mirror here and got it in two days. And it was green. My bird is very particular about color.
Not only does the bird love it, but he sleeps on top of the mirror. Go figure.
The bird liked the price, too. He called it "cheep."
The mirror is better crafted than I expected. It has a thick plastic molding around the mirrors and it is easy to safely secure onto the cage wherever I want. I can tighten it to a degree where I know it won't budge from my budgie (har har). The one that I received is green which I actually like better than the yellow that is depicted in the picture. That was a pleasant surprise. Overall, I am very happy with this purchase and wouldn't hesitate to order from this company again. Highly recommended.
They were instantly a hit, put 1 on ea end of long perch after reading funniest review of customer who had done this and her parakeet was chatterin having great time at 1 then would run to opposite mirror do same, just went from 1 to the other keeping up with all the gossip of new friends, could picture this...
Sure enough my most social Bipin did same! 2 other poked their heads around the corner to see what the fuss was about, excited to see the reflections. They decided to line up on perch for their turns but Bipin bobbing his head up & down wouldn't give it up. 1 decided to sneak in from under him and got right in front of mirror pushing him out of the way & got just as excited.
Well I ordered 3 more today so they ea have 1 or if want to play musical mirrors. They were a joy. I have huge flight cage so they have a grand time flying around from toy to toy.
For the cost, can't go wrong unless cracked. 2 local pet stores don't carry this design so well worth ordering more. Enjoy watching them, what a stress relief.
Perhaps my only problem with it is that the birds spend so much time with their face right against the mirror. They sleep that way and seem to be in love with their own reflections. They are both young so maybe they will outgrow this fixation. Still, a well made and well designed product.
The product is very sturdy, and I haven't noticed any cracks or breaks even after my sun conure chewed on hers. Still, as with all bird toys, be sure to check since your mileage may vary. A bigger bird would probably destroy this mirror with ease.
Pigeons and doves are also quite fond of this item, as a good friend of mine has purchased a couple for his aviary and they love them. The male is especially fond of practicing his mating sounds and movements in front of the mirror.
Overall, 5 stars. I've yet to meet a bird that didn't like this particular mirror.
The one I received was green. It bolts onto the cage with JW's usual plastic screw mechanism (plug with threads molded onto the back, and then a plastic cap that screws onto it on the outside of the bars). You will need to make sure it can face a perch, as my little budgie boy was frustrated when I bolted it next to the perch and he couldn't see all 4 versions of his beautiful preening little face in it.
Excellent toy. Unfortunately it's already getting gummed up with all the "offerings" being made to it, as the parakeets love to "feed" it.