Perky-Pet 786 Red Mason Jar Glass Hummingbird Feeder

December 6, 2015 - Comment

The Perky-Pet Mason Jar Hummingbird Feeder’s bright red bottle will let all of the hummingbirds know that your yard is the place to be for sweet nectar. The large 32 oz. capacity glass bottle resembles vintage canning jars used in the 1800’s and it will provide enough nectar so that your hummingbirds will never go

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The Perky-Pet Mason Jar Hummingbird Feeder’s bright red bottle will let all of the hummingbirds know that your yard is the place to be for sweet nectar. The large 32 oz. capacity glass bottle resembles vintage canning jars used in the 1800’s and it will provide enough nectar so that your hummingbirds will never go hungry again! The wide mouth makes filling and cleaning mess free. The metal base and 5 flower feeding ports are easy to clean. Simply unscrew the bottle from the base and clean in warm soapy water – it’s that easy!.

Product Features

  • 32 oz. nectar capacity
  • Red antique Mason Jar style bottle
  • All metal base and feeding ports
  • 5 flower feeding ports
  • Perch invites hummingbirds to sit and dine

Comments

BonezTheGoon says:

Finally a feeder without plastic parts!!!! I haven’t used this feeder for very long yet, however I wanted to post this ASAP to get some good feedback out.Living in the high desert as I do plastic parts dry-out and fail VERY quickly. It is nearly impossible to find a hummingbird feeder without any plastic parts.I am happy to report there isn’t a single piece of plastic on this feeder!!! It is glass and various metals only!!!If you are tired of fatigued plastic parts failing on your feeder you should seriously consider this one!

Pinky says:

The best hummingbird feeder ever The best hummingbird feeder ever. You can clean it completely and has no plastic. Never had a better one. My wife just bought two more from you

Nicolas Proctor says:

We ordered 4 of these beautiful feeders, and put two into immediate action We ordered 4 of these beautiful feeders, and put two into immediate action, along with two other functioning feeders. Within a month, the two feeders started to rust on the inside upper part of the base. We don’t know what to do. The hummers come to these feeders as a last resort, but won’t feed from them. We clean the rust out, but it doesn’t last. Does anyone have a suggestion? We’re afraid to put the other two out, only to find the same problem. I don’t like it, but maybe we’ll have to stick to the plastic based feeders….

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