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More Birds 39IN Vintage Antique Bottle Hummingbird Feeder with Burnt Penny Finish, 20-Ounce Capacity
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- Projects an upscale appearance
- Its perches will attract hummingbirds all season long
- Feeder is dishwasher safe
- Metal parts can be hand washed with warm soapy water
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Vintage Glass Bottle Hummingbird Feeder
Better For The Birds, Better For You
Classic Brands LLC is a company with over 100 years of management and design experience in the birding industry. We are also a company comprised of individuals passionate about birds. We took careful time and consideration to develop quality birding products to bring more birds and more joy into your yard. Our feeders are designed to benefit birds and attract more birds to your yard.
- We make birding feeding easy!
- Our products are developed with both the consumer and the bird in mind.
- Each feeder is easy-to-fill and easy-to-clean.
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Vintage Antique Bottle Hummingbird Feeder
Hummingbirds are the smallest bird in the world, but truly one of the most fascinating creatures on the planet. Hummingbirds are famous for their aerial display. They can fly up, down, forward, backward and sideways. And they can stop in mid-air! Because of their high metabolism, hummingbirds spend a great deal of energy flying so they must feed almost constantly.
The Vintage Hummingbird Feeder features a beautiful antique-inspired glass bottle with burnt penny accents that support five durable metal perches. The 20 fluid ounce capacity will provide enough nectar to keep your resident hummingbirds full, happy and coming back for more! The Vintage is sure to complement any yard or garden décor.
- Holds 20 fluid ounces of nectar.
- Vintage glass bottle design.
- 5 feeding ports with 5 perches.
|Item Dimensions||8.98 x 8 x 8 inches|
|Item Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||JEN-1016|
|Shipping Weight||2.48 pounds|
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This beautifully created bird feeder can be a great addition to any yard or garden. A decorative glass bottle with a vintage look to it. 5 highly durable metal perches and beautiful red flowers are integrated into the basin. Stands flat on the counter for easy filling. Holds up to 20 ounces of nectar.
Top Customer Reviews
They fight over this feeder even more than the last one!
The feeder itself is very nice and heavy, seems to be of high quality, easy to clean, and is certainly not leaking. I'm considering getting a second feeder, and if I do, it will be another of these.
But I moved a year and a half ago, and now live on a pretty big piece of property, so I need at least two feeders -- one in the front of the house, and one in the back. It seems that we have quite a few different species of hummingbirds, and as they say, "Birds of a feather flock together." So one species seems to stay in the front yard and one species is in the back. Hey, I don't make the rules, I just observe and report.
One other thing that I learned about hummingbirds: even though they are very beautiful and fun to watch, they are pretty impatient little guys. If you take the feeder, even for an hour, to run it through the dishwasher, they get pretty upset. Hey, you try flapping your wings around 70 times a second! They get more thirsty than Norm on "Cheers!" -- although they seem to work a lot harder than he ever did. And they're a heck of a lot leaner. So, I realized that I didn't need just two feeders, but rather four, as I clean and refill them every couple of weeks on average. So I have bought four of these myself for my feathered friends, and keep two always clean in the house, ready for a quick rotation, lest a little friend give me a "friendly" fly-by.
Whoever designed this model really worked out the use cases. For example, anyone who ever fills a hummingbird feeder realizes that most of them have a major flaw: when you fill most models, you have to hold it with one hand while you fill it with the other. That's because most have a rounded top, and it would tip over otherwise. Not so with this one. It has a FLAT top -- yeah! -- and so you can turn it upside-down on the counter and fill it, without having it tip over. This may seem obvious, but you wouldn't think so if you've tried to use most models.
The feeder plate at the bottom comes in two pieces and easily screws onto the glass, usually without a hitch. With most feeders, you have to fight it, as the threads don't line up properly. Not so here. Also, the hook that holds it on a post -- I'm sure that hook has a name, not that I know what that name is -- is simple, and simply slides up the feeder, as the base is just a little bit wider than the rest of the glass, and it holds itself in place. Nice job. I will make one complaint with this part, however: It is not symmetrical, meaning that it must slide on one-way only. If you don't, it won't be completely vertical when you hang it.
Well, I'll go with a big recommendation on this feeder, minus that little lack-of-symmetry snafu. And I'm sure your little thirsty feathered friends that come around would agree. Mine do.
It looks great - very classy, and it has the things I look for in a hummingbird feeder:
- SUPER easy to clean
- Doesn't rust
- Easy to fill
- Has perches
- Looks great
I dropped my rating to 3 stars from four because the metal bracket that sits at the top that provides the hook broke (rusted, perhaps) and the feeder fell right after filling it, right onto my tile floor. It actually cracked my kitchen tile, and glass chipped badly (didn't shatter though, so that's something). I have several of these, and it's only happened to one of them, but I've only had it since May of this year, so it's pretty disappointing. I'm going to have to see if I can fashion a new hook so I can use it again.
- Metal hook broke
- A little too big, would prefer a smaller size
Update: after contacting the company, I did receive a replacement glass bottle and was able to use the feeder for a few weeks before our season (in Minnesota) came to an end. I am happy with the company's response. As a result, I've increased my rating to 3 stars, but am withholding a further increase until I see that this feeder will last through a full season (at least).