A bright yellow finish and functional style make the No/No Designer Single with Tray Feeder a hit among backyard birders. The all-over metal mesh used for this feeder makes it stand the test of time and allows you to enjoy it for years and years.
Perky-Pet® Pinch-Waist Glass Hummingbird Feeder with Free Nectar
A flash of iridescent color. Among the smallest of birds, the hummingbird is definitely a fan favorite. Easily attract hummingbirds into your yard with the Perky-Pet® Pinch Waist Glass Hummingbird Feeder. The feeder promises hours of enjoyment as you watch the hummingbirds happily sip nectar and dart about.
8 Ounce Capacity & 4 Feeding Stations - Holding up to 8 ounces of nectar, this hummingbird feeder features a transparent glass bottle with a pinched waist and a wide mouth for easy filling and cleaning. It's bright-red plastic top and base offer visual appeal while quickly catching the attention of hummingbirds. The feeder's design also includes four flower-shaped feeding stations, each with a resting perch and a built-in bee guard to protect the nectar supply. The feeder also comes with a built-in ant moat on the top (simply fill with water to keep ants away).
Easy to Clean - Keep the feeder clean and filled with fresh nectar to ensure return visits from satisfied hummingbirds. In addition to its wide mouth opening, this hummingbird feeder's base and ports come apart to ensure convenient access and thorough cleaning. The bee guards also snap open, making washing the feeder easier. Perky-Pet® recommends cleaning the hummingbird feeder at least twice a week, more often in very warm climates or seasons.
- Bright red feeding ports
- Perches to sit and dine
- Bee guard and ant moat to keep nectar all for the hummingbirds
- Consistently clean feeder filled with nectar
- Pure enjoyment and relaxation watching hummingbirds feeding right outside your window
- Ease of cleaning
- Ease of filling
- This feeder will add a stylish look to your yard or patio
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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 91.Rated 1 out of 5 by kazper from Leaked since day 1 I purchased this at a local store as an anniversary present from my wife. It replaced a much cheaper, $3 version from Big Lots that lasted 4+ years. Within two weeks of installing this and placing liquid inside, I noticed discoloration on the deck boards below. As time passed, I watched the feeder and noticed it leaks a very slow drip from one of the flowers. After about a week, the entire feeder is empty. I enjoy supporting the local hummingbird community and feel bad when one comes around looking for food only to find the feeder empty. If I had a choice to buy this feeder again, I would look elsewhere.Date published: 2016-10-06Rated 5 out of 5 by POLLYGlide from parts we had a few hummer feeders that have slowly broken apart, so we purchased enough spare parts to make two complete feedersDate published: 2016-09-27Rated 1 out of 5 by Marie1500 from Leaky, Leaky, Leaky This is a re-design of the familiar looking feeder from Perky Pets. Unfortunately they need to go back to the drawing board on this one. In an effort to make the glass container easier to clean with a wider mouth they have created a useless feeder. The old small-mouth glass container somehow created a better vacuum inside the nectar reservoir and the old style virtually did no leak. I'm no engineer, but there was also a membrane inside the red plastic feeder/flowers that is now not part of the feeder. Seems the old style benefitted from the small mouth on the reservoir and possibly that membrane. Whatever the case it drips excessively in the same spot the old feeder was installed and did not. I'm going to surmise the sunlight isn't creating the drip since it's the same spot. On a minor side note it's sold as an 8oz feeder but needs about 20% more nectar than that to fill. I'm a fan of Perky Pets Feeders but this one does not work.Date published: 2016-09-24Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Excellent Size and design We liked the 1st two because of the 8 OZ size (just right), the easy to fill wide mouth of the glass jar, and the anti-ant moat. We now have 6 in use and are adding 3 more in the spring. We place the feeders around the property in such a manner that a bird can't see another when feeding. This minimizes competition between birds. It's the best show on earth!Date published: 2016-09-21Rated 2 out of 5 by don from Poor design Company was saving by this design. Wide mouthed hopper is not good, if you over-tighten, crack forms on side of item, liquid leaks out. Trash time. Only plus is a glass hopper, ant moat on top. I'm sure manufacturer was thinking it would easier to fill (no need for funnel)Date published: 2016-09-17Rated 1 out of 5 by Birdlover from Leaks! Poorly designed feeder. The 'flowers' are too low. The ports are almost even with the level of the food in the container and constantly drips out. Tightening the bottle doesn't help. Unfortunately it seems to be the most popular with the birds. All it would take would be to tilt the 'flowers' up slightly to cure the leaking problem.Date published: 2016-09-14Rated 1 out of 5 by afsg from Drips - makes a mess. I bought this 2 weeks ago and it constantly drips. At first I thought it was just the sun heating it up but I moved it and it still dripped. When I bought this I thought "I won't have any trouble with a Perky-Pet feeder!" Now I just paid for an ant feeder! They found the drippings and have a new home. I'm hoping the ants will leave once they realise I'm not hanging this feeder again. Very disappointed. :(Date published: 2016-09-03Rated 5 out of 5 by o1perk from Pinch-Waist GlassHummingbird Feeder Recently purchased this feeder and put it on a hook outsdie my sunroom. No luck in atracting the humming bird but many ants. Put more water in the ant moat and saw an ant skate across the surface of the water. Well that meant cutting the surface tensioon of the water. Mixed some dishwashing liquid with water and refilled the moat. Still didn't get any birds. I knew they were around because the mimosa trees in my far back yard have a number of them. There are also a number of trumpet vines in amd around these trees. Moved the feeder to a nearby small tree in th far backyard and had hummingbirds come to it twice in the first 10 minutes. Only one problem, the red cap/moat the the feeder hangs by should be some other color. The bird was attracted to it and tried to drink from the cap. Not good with soapy water. Feeder is great except for the cap color and I think the moat depth could be deeper so the water won't dry out too quick.Date published: 2016-08-27
Can I purchase a replacement base for pinch waist glass feeder as squirrels have chewed all the plastic " petals off"!!Replacement bases (model 184400WR) are available for the new wide mouth 203CPBN feeder. These bases will not fit the narrow mouthed bottles of the original 203 and 203CP design. Replacement flowers (model 184600R) are also available for all versions of this feeder.Date published: 2016-10-24
What is the red coated wire that is included supposed to be used for?The red coated wire in the older style feeders is can be used to create a hanger for the feeder.Date published: 2016-10-11
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.When this feeder is full of nectar, it should not leak. We recommend ensuring that the bottle and base are tightly secured and that it is hung in a shady location. Please feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-PERKYPET (1-855-737-5973) for additional assistance.Date published: 2016-09-28
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.When this feeder is full of nectar and hung, it should not leak. We recommend ensuring that the base and bottle are tightly secured and that it is hung in the shade. Please contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-PERKYPET (1-855-737-5973) for additional assistance.Date published: 2016-09-28
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
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
I was all ready to order a couple of these feeders but now I am hesitant in view of the numerous reviews complaining about leaking nectar. Has this been fixed?
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Hanging Your Feeder
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Q: What criteria should I use when selecting a hummingbird feeder?
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Q: How do I attract hummingbirds to my feeder?
A: Hummingbirds will find your nectar feeder, although there are some steps you can take to help the tiny birds find it sooner. Tying a red ribbon on the feeder wire or pole will help them locate it. more»