Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 14
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ArizonaHawg Hummingbirds like blue, too!
This cobalt blue hummingbird feeder is a colorful addition to our tree. We live in the migration route for many birds, including hummingbirds, and we can always use an extra feeder. The size, 16 oz., is nice as it allows me to make one quart of nectar and split it between the two feeders.
I prefer this style to the plastic feeders that are typically available. The bottom resevoir really seals the nectar in, and does not leak! The only fault I can find is that the hanger is too close the bottle top. My other feeder has an extended loop to allow easier hanging. But this is easily worked around and it is a great feeder.
June 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by kiki STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL & NICE THICK GLASS
This hummingbird feeder is so pretty in person. The cobalt blue color is absolutely stunning and the antique design of the bottle is gorgeous. Very easy to fill up and hang up. The glass is very thick and the haning mechanism is securely attached and seems rugged and sturdy. I cannot wait for the hummingbirds to start feeding!
April 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by handyandy2010 Absolutely beautiful
This is a high quality sturdy construction hummingbird feeder. featuring cobalt ball blue glass bottle with metal base and four decorative flowers for the hummingbirds to feed out of.
This is an attractive piece for patios and back yards. The bottle holds approximately one and a half pints of sugar water for the hummingbirds to feed on and easily mounts on hook or nail.
June 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mmielke Beautiful
It's exactly what the description describes. It looks amazing. The glass is flawless and has a color I've never seen before. It really looks great and attracts a lot of hummingbirds. It's easy to put up and easy to refill.
April 20, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by gomer Color peels off
They are very nice looking, but the coloring is just glass paint and not colored glass. For the price, I would have expected colored glass. Color started peeling off the first week I had it. Pretty soon it will just be clear glass.
July 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by rcham1065 Looks terrific and really works great
Well, I always wanted a hummingbird feeder, so I got this one from Home Depot. The item is very well made. The best part is that I now have hummingbirds in my yard. They seem to like this feeder as well.:)
June 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LittleBigHart No problems so far and beautiful.
Hung this up at the family lake house where I know there are a lot of Humming birds in the summer. I've never seen them in in my city property. It's early yet to tell if they'll like this feeder, but it is decorative and beautiful. A lovely shade of blue. It's made with fairly thick glass and there's metal and plastic at the bottom. It was easy to fill with a standard glass measuring cup which is what we mixed up our own nectar in. No problems with leaks or drips so far. We tried to scratch the blue finish off with fingernail and couldn't do it. Have not washed it yet so don't know how well the finish will hold up to that. It has been hung up outside the house which is on Lake Ontario so quite breezy all year round. It survived a fairly strong thunderstorm over the weekend. Don't know how long it will last as have owned a very short time, but so far I'm loving it.
May 10, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Desertheat1 Very Pretty Hummingbird Feeder!
This is such a pretty feeder, The metal hanger on the top of the bottle is very heavy and well constructed so it won't let the glass bottle fall. The base top is metal and the underside is plastic which I was surprised about. The flowers on the base where the nectar comes out is made of metal and is a dark red not bright yellow like hummers like! This may be a downside to them being attracted to it-- I thought it would be something my 4 Hummingbirds would really like. After getting it out of the box and really looking it over,I'm not so sure it will work for us in the summer. We live in the Arizona desert where it can get to 120 in the summer and everything you touch will burn your hands. So I am afraid my hummers will not like it,but we will have to wait and see. It does look very pretty hanging in the tree though!!!
April 27, 2015