Avant Garden 8110-3 Looking Glass Hummingbird Feeder

December 6, 2015 - Comment

This beautifully designed hummingbird feeder offers beauty and function to your garden.It contains an integrated perch that invites the hummingbirds to sit and dine.Made of durable, tempered tinted glass, you will enjoy this feeder for years to come.It’s 32 ounce capacity offers you the luxury of not cleaning daily. Product Features Features a durable, tempered

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This beautifully designed hummingbird feeder offers beauty and function to your garden.It contains an integrated perch that invites the hummingbirds to sit and dine.Made of durable, tempered tinted glass, you will enjoy this feeder for years to come.It’s 32 ounce capacity offers you the luxury of not cleaning daily.

Product Features

  • Features a durable, tempered tinted glass nectar container and 4 copper flower feeding ports
  • Nectar container holds 32 oz of nectar -plenty for all of the hummingbirds who will flock to it
  • Glass reservoir makes it easy to monitor the nectar levels and unscrews easily from the feeder base for quick cleaning and filling
  • Integrated perch invites hummingbirds to sit and dine
  • Lure the bird in pursuit of sweet nectar — providing you with hours of joy as beautiful Hummingbirds flock to your feeders

Comments

jazz lady says:

Great feeder I am ordering my second feeder today. I’ve been using the same one for 3 years now year round, because we have hummers all year long in Phoenix. It is still in perfect condition. I like this one because the parts are mostly metal, and the sun is brutal here on anything plastic. The only problem I’ve had with it is aligning the bottom correctly so the nectar doesn’t leak out. I’ve mastered it now, so it’s not a problem. To avoid breaking the neck off of the jar, I soak the unit in warm water for a few minutes before unscrewing. I’m also very careful not to over tighten. I fill it only half way, as the birds don’t like the food if it’s over a few days old, especially in warm weather. Here is a trick for cleaning your feeder. Put about 3 Tbls. of white vinegar mixed with two cups of water in the feeder. Add about 1/2 cup of white uncooked rice. (I use a funnel) and shake. The friction from the rice will clean even the dark mold off of the inside. Rinse well before filling.

Jennifer says:

Gorgeous, unique hummingbird feeder I was very pleased with this hummingbird feeder. It has the traditional style, without the traditional red and yellow colors. What did surprise me was the size. It was probably just me not paying attention to the description, but it was much larger than I expected.One thing worth mentioning is that when it arrived, it wasn’t level. So nectar was leaking out. The reason it wasn’t level is because of the way the wire wraps around the glass (to where it hooks at the top). It has to wrap perfectly and end just at the right angle for it to hang level. Once I adjusted this (just carefully bent the wire until it looked level), it stopped dripping.I have three feeders and this is my favorite – and I get lots of compliments on it.

Mia Ruth says:

Skinny neck, hard to clean, poor design I bought this beautiful copper covered hummingbird feeder to replace my old plastic feeder that fell apart from sun exposure. This feeder is beautiful, but NOT very easy to use! While the hummingbirds absolutely love it (we have 12 this year), it is very hard to clean, it is very hard to put food in it and put it together. The opening is 0.5″ in diameter. Yes, that’s right. A toothbrush barely can squeeze through the opening. The plastic bottom really doesn’t bother me, but what does bother me is that the copper shield, with the flowers on it, is removable and very flimsy, and does not re-seat well with the plastic bottom. In other words, when putting the feeder back together after filling it, you have to hold the copper flower guard, and the plastic bottom together, then screw in the glass bulb. After a few fillings, the copper flower guard deforms and then the sugar water leaks out around the bottom. Another issue, which is the same issue with many bottom feeders, is that…

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