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(4.8 out of 5, based on 4 reviews)

Automatic feeder that fits all cages,and is easy to fill from outside.
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Mitch O.
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Rating: 4

Works well, but sometimes difficult to use

posted 6 years ago

The thing functions exactly as you would expect it to. It can be a bit difficult depending on the bar spacing, but overall works well. Not a replacement for water bottles, but better than crocks at keeping out food and other debris. Also easier for birds to learn to use.

Pros: good if you won't be around for a day or two

Cons: doesn't keep bad stuff out as well as air tight bottles

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Diane T.
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Rating: 5

Water Feeder

posted 6 years ago

I love this product but not for water feeding. Well i wouldn't use it for love birds!

Pros: It works as a great food feeder and water feeder.

Cons: The birds waste can get into it, and make a pretty big mess.

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