Perky-Pet® Pinch-Waist Glass Hummingbird Feeder with Free Nectar - Specifications
- Easy to fill wide mouth opening
- Base comes apart for easy cleaning
- Built in bee guards protect nectar supply
- Bee guards snap open for cleaning
- Built in ant moat keeps ants away
- Free instant nectar packet
What's in the Box:
- 1 glass hummingbird feeder (model # 203CPBN)
- 1 Free packet of instant nectar
- 8 oz capacity
- 4 feeding ports with built-in bee guards
- Four-way perch
- 1.3 oz packet of instant nectar
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Disclaimer: Birdfeeder does not endorse any information contained in product reviews. Please follow all label instructions for your specific use.Perky-Pet® Pinch-Waist Glass Hummingbird Feeder with Free Nectar is rated out of 5 by 83.Rated 5 out of 5 by moonyo1 from Great features! I am satisfied with this purchase. In fact, I will purchase more of the same model. I currently have three feeders that the Hummingbirds use, as well as the wasps, yellow jackets, etc. This feeder with the insect protective coverings keeps the flying ants out and the flying insects at bay. What is more is the ease of cleaning. It is glass, but lightweight also. The Hummers always empty this feeder first. I highly recommend this model. I don't have to purchase separate ant traps also. The top serves as an ant moat. This is one of the smartest designs I have seen for Hummingbird feeders. I highly recommend this product.Date published: 2016-08-17Rated 5 out of 5 by Birdlove from Love it Love it and the hummingbirds have a place to sit while they drink.Date published: 2016-08-12Rated 1 out of 5 by PatS from Leaks I bought this feeder at Home Depot a week ago & am returning. I have an older model which works great but now with the wide mouth & redesigned base the nectar constantly seeps out of the flowers making a mess.Date published: 2016-08-06Rated 5 out of 5 by catvision from This is the one that helps avoid wasps & bees! I've tried many different hummer feeders. Later int he summer these is typically a problem when the bees or wasps find the feeder. The hummers will notDate published: 2016-08-03Rated 1 out of 5 by Joyce890 from Terrible I have tried everything and both of them leak!Date published: 2016-07-31Rated 1 out of 5 by Diana from All 4 Leak I bought 2 of these feeders and both leaked. I called customer service and they sent me out 2 new feeders, which was very nice, but both leak. I've tried everything. Including putting the jar on tight as the customer service rep suggested. No luck. These are the birds favorite feeders but they just make a mess. I'm disappointed in Perky-Pet that they continue to sell these when they obviously have a problem.Date published: 2016-07-26Rated 1 out of 5 by Sylvester from "IMPROVED" PINCH-WAIST TURNED OUT DISAPPOINTING I had been so happy with the old Model 203CP Glass Pinch-Waist 8-oz feeder that I invested in 3 of the new "improved" glass pinch-waists. Discovered the ant moat at the top of the new bottle dries up because it's too shallow to hold water. Although the new wide mouth bottle makes filling and cleaning easier the design causes too much syrup to leak out of the Gloxinia flowers and had bees and ants EVERYWHERE the syrup touched on the flower ports, perches, ground -- the slightest breeze causes the feeder to sway just enough to make the syrup leak out of the flower ports! My previous 203CP narrow-mouth bottle seemed to equalize the fluid pressure so there was no leaking during gentle breezes -- there was a white plastic insert that the narrow mouth screwed into which seemed to hold back overflow of syrup into the feeder's flower ports. I was able to fill the old 203CP glass bottle using a funnel, easy to screw on the flower cup, and flipped the bottle over upright to hang without ever spilling a drop! Not with this new feeder -- when I flip the bottle over upright it spills sticky syrup all over my hands/bottle/ground! I applaud Perky-Pet for trying to improve the bee-guards but here again we found the old flat-design bee-guards were better. The new round-design bee-guards allow the bees to reach under the bee-guard to eat the syrup that pools at the bottom of the Gloxinia flowers -- the old flat bee-guards prevented the bees from reaching under the bee-guard to access the syrup pools at the bottom of the Gloxinia flowers. Guess there will always be pros/cons to every feeder design but in this newest pinch-waist glass feeder we found the "improvements" messed up the efficiency of the previous model. The previous model wasn't perfect but we can honestly say there were no problems with leaking because of the controlled equalized syrup flow of the narrow-mouth bottle using the white plastic insert inside the flower cup. Tossed away the "improved" pinch-waist feeders into the closet and brought out my trusted old 203CP feeders instead which I'm glad I kept!!!Date published: 2016-07-21Rated 3 out of 5 by Magdalena from I wanted to love it I just bought this today to replace some of my cheaper , plastic feeders that were attracting bees all day long and chasing my little hummingbird visitors but as soon as I closed the feeder it splashed syrup out of it.I brought it outside after cleaning the mess on it and by the time I hanged it up the bee was back on it.I am giving it a chance ,maybe that was only because it splashed and won't be leaking any longer,so my hummers can come back ,feeling safe. Maybe it was going to be more practical to pour it from the top so there won't be unnecessary tipping over and splashing.I am worried,with wind this might happen more so.. I will give it till tomorrow and see what happens.Date published: 2016-07-18
I have the pinch waist feeder and in the heat of the day the feeder starts to drip and makes a mess on the porch. The feeder is in the shade. What is the fix for this?I just called and they told me to make sure that the base is screwed on very tightly and that when it gets too hot, it will loosen which will cause the drips. Also to make sure the flowers are pushed on all the way, and keep feeder in the shade. I have my feeders over mulch in my garden so I don't care about the drips but this week, it was pouring out. I'm hoping that screwing on the base extra tight will make a difference.Date published: 2016-07-29
What is the red coated wire that is included supposed to be used for?Use it to hang the feeder from a hook.Date published: 2016-07-29
CAN THIS BE PURCHASED IN THE LARGER SIZE. THANK UThis model feeder only comes in an 8 oz. size. We do have a wire variety of other feeders in larger sizes.Date published: 2016-04-15
Hello, Do the 8oz glass and plastic pinch waist bottles have the same threading for the red feeder trays? I need to replace a plastic bottle but was thinking of using a glass replacement.The 8 oz glass and plastic feeder replacement parts are not interchangeable. Please contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-PERKYPET (1-855-737-5973) for additional assistance as to what parts are available for each feeder.Date published: 2016-04-15
Can I purchase a replacement base for pinch waist glass feeder as squirrels have chewed all the plastic " petals off"!!
I have a feeder # CPBN. My question is it leaks at the feeder nozzles the Nectar runs out all the time. Is there a fix for this.
What is being done about the leaking problem of the 203CPBN humming bird feeder. The narrow mouth feeder never leaked and the wide mouth always leaks. Almost all the reviews on different sites say that. This feeder is favored by humming birds.
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