Perky-Pet 325S Panorama Bird Feeder

December 6, 2015 - Comment

The Perky-Pet Panorama Wild Bird Feeder features our innovative Evenseed technology. This technology is like having 2 feeders in 1. Two independent seed compartments are filled and emptied separately, allowing the ports to stay active longer. Both compartments can also be filled with two different types of seed, thus attracting a larger variety of birds.

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The Perky-Pet Panorama Wild Bird Feeder features our innovative Evenseed technology. This technology is like having 2 feeders in 1. Two independent seed compartments are filled and emptied separately, allowing the ports to stay active longer. Both compartments can also be filled with two different types of seed, thus attracting a larger variety of birds. With this feeder’s 4.5 lb seed capacity, the Panorama Wild Bird Feeder provides plenty of seed to go around.The Sure-Lock cap system ensures the lid stays in place and no squirrels can get to the seed. Another great feature on this feeder that helps keep squirrels out while allowing birds to have access to the seed.Remember to clean your wild bird feeders every two weeks with a mild soap and water solution.

Product Features

  • Evenseed system allows separate chambers to empty equally
  • Sure-lock cap system keeps squirrels out
  • For use with all types of seed
  • 4-1/2-Pound seed capacity
  • 2 independent seed compartments to attract more birds

Comments

Debbie Lee Wesselmann says:

Once I Figured It Out, The Birds Loved It! (5- stars)

Customer Video Review Length:: 2:00 MinsThis video demonstrates how the Perky Pet Panorama feeder works. It took me several minutes to figure out how to use it since the bottom part was firmly attached in place and since the feeder doesn’t come with any instructions. I show how to separate the parts, how it fills, and how to lock everything back in place. I hung this from a tree near an established bird feeder, and the birds, particularly the finches and the cardinals, were on it before I got back inside the house. A red wing blackbird flew below the feeder to eat the seeds that fell. Instant success! The only con is that the filling process is somewhat awkward, as you’ll see. Will the squirrel stay away? Probably not for long.– Debbie Lee Wesselmann

DNB@PSU says:

Bought 2 of these, one only lasted for a few hours. I liked the look of this feeder and it seemed to have generally positive reviews, so I bought 2 of them. Well, you get what you pay for. One of them seems fine and the birds like it. Unfortunately, so do the squirrels – while the description suggests that it has features that will discourage squirrels, they were eating from it the day after I hung it up. But it does hold a lot of feed and the birds like it, so after trying the first one out for a week or so I hung the second one up. Within a few hours I found it smashed on the ground. The wire loop that it hangs from has a very cheap crimp that holds the wire into a loop, and that crimp failed, dropping the feeder onto the ground and smashing the plastic tube into dozens of shards. I’m returning that one in hopes of getting a refund, putting a better crimp on the one that is still hanging from the tree, and trying to figure out some way to keep the squirrels off it.

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