My old bird feeder setup was nothing short of a daily headache. It was a large, unwieldy contraption that always seemed to be on the verge of toppling over. Every time I refilled it with birdseed, I had to wrestle with it, trying to keep it upright while not spilling the precious seeds all over the place. The wind was my worst enemy, as it frequently knocked the feeder off balance, creating a mess and causing the birds to miss out on their meals. This constant struggle was not only frustrating but also a waste of birdseed and time. However, when I stumbled upon this smaller glass cup with a suction cup, it was like a breath of fresh air. The compact size of this feeder made it incredibly easy to install on my window. There were no more worries about it toppling over due to its smaller profile and the sturdy suction cup that kept it securely in place. Filling it with birdseed became a breeze, and the best part was that the seeds stayed neatly in the cup, even in gusty winds. It was a simple and effective solution to the problems I had been facing with my old, cumbersome bird feeder.
I recently came across this fantastic glass pot with a suction cup, and it's a real gem for cat enthusiasts like me. Let me share the scoop. Setting it up is a breeze. Just attach the suction cup to a clean window, and it stays put securely. Fill the pot with soil, leaving enough space for those wheat grass seeds. Plant them, water gently, and you're all set. Here's the interesting part: it's like a live TV show for your cats. They can observe the wheat growing, and when they're in the mood for a snack, it's right there for them. It's more than just a treat; it's a whole story for your beloved feline companions. They adore it, and so do I. Highly recommended!
These arrived in tact. I have had them a few months and found several different uses for them in my aquarium. One kept at top waterline is a little snail sanctuary. I have a small rooted plant in the other near the aquarium bottom. The next will be for isolation of fish eggs and/or Fry. They are versatile and fun!
These look nice, however one came broken since they are made of thin glass as others have said, and unfortuantely aren't packed the best. Be careful when opening because I also got a small slash on my finger from the crack. I'll still use the one that survived but word of caution to others, they are delicate!
These little pots are super cute but be careful of sharp glass on the inside. They look like blown glass and there was a sharp piece where the drainage hole is. I was able to knock of the sharp piece with my dremel grinder and would still buy again but I got a pretty good ouch when I was cleaning the inside.
This is super cute and Fun for tall tanks however one of mine came slightly chipped and then broke in the tank. Just be careful and inspect for a preexisting damage before you put it in the water.