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LIXIT Chew Proof Glass Water Bottle 16oz
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- Attaches to all wire cages easily
- Easy to clean
- All parts can be sterilized
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Fits most cages. Easy to install. Quick-release bottle holder. US stainless steel Ball-Point tube and mounting hardware. Non-Toxic, USDA approved, rubber stopper. All components can be sterilized. Perfect for all small caged birds.
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for those who say their bottles leak, etc. Here is a bit of advice...
I use glass bottles on all my rodent cages, as with any water bottle, you must make sure the washer is properly seated to prevent leaking. Use a pointed object like knitting needle to press the washer down evenly if the bottle is leaking. The washers will come loose during refilling, so turn the bottle right-side up over a sink and watch to make sure that the drips slow and then stop. Test the ball-bearing by tapping the end to ensure that water does come out. Do this EVERY time, with EVERY water bottle no matter what brand.
I have owned rodents for over 15 years, there is always a chance of getting a water bottle of any kind that will not work properly. Lixit has an excellent track record for me. I was a bit disappointed that the two bottles I ordered from Amazon were missing the floater (the green turtle) though. I plan on writing Lixit and asking for them because it makes it easier to judge water levels when the bottle has a bright float in it.
The only design flaw, judging from my experience using the product, is the flexible metal wire that is meant to hold the bottle in place. It works for the smaller bottle sizes of this same design, but for the size and weight of the bottle when full it tilts to the side if one is using a cage with a greater amount of horizontal bars than vertical.
This dispenser spout will be usable by small to large birds and of course rodents such as guinea pigs or large rats. It holds enough volume to last a chinchilla or rabbit through the day. Again, if a bottle leaks, check that the rubber washer is in tightly and flat.