The Birds Have Spoken! June 21, 2014
Reviewer: Suzy DQ
I have bought several of the beautiful glass feeders, but my high class birds prefer this basic plastic one. It's the easiest to clean and fill. I love that I can attach it to my window and watch them from my living room. Also keeps it in view so I know when it needs to be refilled. Which is daily! The hummingbirds liked the planter box feeder just as well, but with a mere 3 oz. capacity I just wasn't able to keep that one full. This one is plenty sturdy; I've had orioles perched on it trying to figure out what the fuss was all about.
I was excited to read on this website that the Engineers have made the base clips sturdier as I have had to throw away a perfectly good feeder just because those broke. I would like to suggest that they also look at making a larger capacity version. I think this design could easily be 14 oz like the glass one without having to add an extra suction cup. Although I would also like to see the base enlarged to incorporate a 3rd feeding station. (see my review at AceHardware.com with a photo of 3 birds flocking to my feeder!)
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RESPONSE FROM PERKY-PET
JUNE 27, 2014
We are happy to hear that your local hummingbirds have voted this the best feeder in your yard! This window-mounted feeder is a great way to view these amazing creatures up close. We hope that you and the hummingbirds continue to enjoy this feeder throughout the year.
We appreciate your comments and suggestions on this feeder and have shared them with our Product Development Team for review. If you have questions or need additional assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-PERKYPET (1-855-737-5973).
Consumer Relations Representative
Amazon Review, Perky Pet, a hummingbirds best friend! October 21, 2013
Reviewer: Shrigs Bargain Shopper
I have several Perky Pet feeders, this is my favorite because you can see the hummingbirds up close! It attaches to your window with a suction cup. Easy to clean and fill. The only down side is the little levers on the back you squeeze together to detach the top from the bottom are a little fragile. I broke one and had to throw the whole thing away. I bought another, and have just been a little more careful. It is lightweight, since it hangs from a suction cup, so not as sturdy as the glass feeders. Despite the one that broke, I would still highly recommend this to anyone that want to get the hummingbirds close to your window. It's much easier to clean than the glass feeders.