I love this feeder!!! Most importantly my feathered friends love it!!! It is a great addition to my patio. I had one and just bought another one. Thank you Chewy!!!
Was everything I expected true to advertising my birds love it
I already had one of these feeders and liked it so much I bought another one. It's so easy to fill. At feeding time there are always 6-8 birds perched on each one with others flying around waiting for a turn. Each holds 4 cups of food.
This is an excellent feeder. Easy to fill and clean.
This is a nice looking piece. It took the birds only a week to find it. The squirrels seem to have a hard time getting to it. Thinking about getting another.
Great item. Great price. Boxed very well so it will not get damaged.
Excellent product and fast shipping. No complaints.
My feeder broke after many years of service. Perky-Pet is the same exact feeder and I got two this time. They are excellent for my needs. I also get Wagner's seed from Chewy. Deliveries are quick, prices good. Love Chewy.
Squirrels manage to hang from the bottom of it and dump all of the seed out.
This feeder has some pros and cons. The pros... 1)Top is easy to remove to fill and clean. 2)Light weight even when filled with seed. 3)Attractive to look at. 4)Allows for birds of many sizes to feed. 5)Strong wire to hang the feeder. 6)Reasonably priced. The Cons... 1)The feeding tube is made of plastic which breaks very easy. 2)The copper top piece has rusted after 1 year outside. It is very unattractive. 3)The tray does not hold very much seed so the seed is always falling into the grass. 4)The button you have to push to release the metal wire to open the top can be hard to press in, in cold weather, or after the top has started to rust. 5)The wind will catch the top and cause the feeder to swing, dumping lots of seed on the ground. If the wind is gusting about 30MPH or more, it can cause the whole feeder to fall to the ground, breaking the plastic feed tube. Even though it is rusty and the plastic has cracked, I still use this feeder as it is the first of 3 feeders to be emptied by the birds.