Model # 785

Internet #204250912

Perky-Pet Mason Jar Humming Bird Feeder
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Perky-Pet

Mason Jar Humming Bird Feeder

  • Glass nectar container with embossed bird detail
  • Perch invites hummingbirds to sit and dine
  • Blue antique Mason jar style bottle offers a vintage look
$18.53 /each

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Glass Mason Jar Hummingbird Feeder

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Material: Glass

Nectar Capacity: 32 oz


The metal base and 5 flower feeding ports are easy to clean. Simply unscrew the bottle from the base, and clean in warm soapy water. It’s that easy!

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The vintage look of this Perky-Pet Mason Jar Hummingbird Feeder will not only attract hummingbirds near and far, but it will also add a touch of rustic appeal to your yard. The blue color of the bottle is reminiscent of vintage blue glass canning jars used in the 1800s. With its 32 oz. capacity, this large-capacity feeder will keep your hummingbirds coming back time and time again. The metal base and 5 flower-feeding ports are easy to clean. Simply unscrew the bottle from the base, and clean in warm soapy water, and you’re good to go.

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Asked by: Liana
Yes, but peeling paint inside the metal base after using one season would prevent me from ever buying again
Answered by: RL
Date published: 2016-05-07
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Mason Jar Humming Bird Feeder is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 37.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Rusted Inside I purchased this a 4 months ago and while the hummingbirds seem to like it, the quality is poor. The inside of top to the metal base looks galvanized but rusted badly and the bottom part of the base has powder coating that is coming off. You are better off getting a feeder with a plastic base.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The hummingbirds love this feeder Because of the ring, they sit down to eat, but they still switch to the other flowers on the ring [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice feeder The hummingbird feeder is attractive and the rim around the edge gives the birds something to rest on while feeding.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from out shines all others this product by far outshines all other feeders we have used.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Defective coating may not be safe for birds The metal base of this feeder, where the liquid nectar collects, is coated with a paint-like material. This coating blistered and peeled away from the metal base within a few months of purchase. This caused flakes and rust in the feeding solution. Is it safe for birds to drink rust and paint flakes?
Date published: 2016-06-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from will rust and taint the nectar This is definitely a beautiful hummingbird feeder. It's also very easy to clean. The problem with it (and probably with any feeder with a metal container for the nectar) is that after a few months the metal dish will rust on the inside where the nectar is. That's what happened to mine, as well as other's I've read about in comment sections like these online.The rust makes the nectar turn putrid and smell bad and so the birds stopped drinking from it. Every time you screw the jar into the metal threads on the nectar dish it wears away some of the anti-rust protective coating on the threads. Eventually the rust starts and spreads more and more. It's probably better to stick with feeders that have glass or plastic nectar containers. I bought one made with glass and plastic and have had no problems with it for 2 years now. I keep it in the shade to keep the nectar from going bad prematurely as well as to keep the plastic parts from becoming brittle and cracking due to sun damage. I would definitely buy another one of these mason jar feeders if they made it with a plastic nectar dish. Hopefully they'll get the message and will change over to a plastic dish.
Date published: 2016-03-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from base paint chips may not be safe for birds Purchased less than one year ago. Last fall washed and stored. Have used it for one week this spring and the inside of the base tray, the part where the liquid sits below the flower buds, is peeling. Apparently the galvanized metal is painted or coated with a vinyl-like coating that dries out and peels off, leaving rust and paint chips behind. Is this safe for birds? Would not purchase again because of this peeling and rusting problem. Otherwise is a attractive and easy to handle feeder. Nice size, too. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-05-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Perky-Pet took the "rustic" look too seriously We originally bought this feeder for its metal base and glass jar, thinking it would last more than a season compared to the cheap plastic junk you see in most stores. Unfortunately, Perky-Pet skimped out on the coating for the base. The cover for the base is simply galvanized steel with no additional protection. Galvanized steel in constant contact with sugary water is a recipe for disaster. After a single season, the rust got bad enough to show up in the nectar. Not good. The actual base isn't much better. The thin gray coating (enamel?) on the base is lifting everywhere. It's really unfortunate that they skimped out on the coating. I would gladly pay more for a powdercoated equivalent, but no one seems to make anything meant to last more than a year or two.
Date published: 2016-04-24
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