Customer Reviews  3

  

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Lifetime Care™ is our support commitment to you, our customer.

If you need advice or help just give us a call or drop us an email, real people answer the phone during business hours.

Should you ever need a replacement part covered under our warranty, we will happily provide it for free and the shipping is on us. 

No one else in the industry does that for you!

The need for clearance

Remember it’s the squirrel’s weight that triggers the closing mechanism. If a squirrel can reach over from a nearby foothold and avoid placing weight on the feeder, he will have access to the seed ports. Allow for at least 18 inches or 47 cm of clearance around the feeder. This will force the squirrel to climb onto the feeder, thus triggering the closing mechanism.

Locating your feeder

You can locate this bird feeder anywhere and be squirrel free. Position it to get great close-up views of your favorite birds. Hang your feeder over a window, in a tree, on a deck, a fence, in your garden, on the side of your house, from a rain trough or over sliding doors. Use brackets, extension hooks and tree hooks to hang your feeder at the recommended clearance. Hooks and brackets are available at birding stores, garden centers and hardware supply stores. Your feeder prevents squirrels from eating expensive seed, scaring the birds and damaging your feeder. Enjoy being free of squirrel problems, but please remember, squirrels also need to eat. For the price of a few peanuts, or inexpensive cracked corn, squirrels will be happy to entertain.

They LOVE the nut Feeder

★★★★★
Our woodpeckers love it and miss it when it is empty. We have 5 visitors and have names for them. 2 have striking beautiful colors "Checkers"
- Ana

Exceptional service

★★★★★
We bought a Peanut + feeder about 2 1/2 years ago. A couple of weeks ago, the plastic tube broke. I called the 800 number and got a real person on the third ring. Within 5 minutes, she had taken my information and promised a replacement tube within about 2 weeks, no questions asked. It came in exactly 2 weeks, and I was able to reassemble the feeder. The birds were back on it within 15 minutes. Thanks for the great service.
- Jim Scott

nut buster

★★★★★
How do I go about it pls. To purchase a spring for a squirrel nut buster feeder. It works brilliantly
- Chris burnett

Hi Chris, Thanks for the review! Please give us a call at 1-800-856-5685, and we’ll gladly help you get your feeder up and running.
- Brome Bird Care

birds love it

★★★★★
I use the mesh with the larger holes so that all birds can fit their beak. We have some awesome pictures of woodpeckers both Downy and Hairy showing up regularly specifically for this feeder and a couple of Blue jays. The only squirrel that was able to get peanuts from it was a flying squirrel who came at night. But he was very small and we didn't mind. Definitely enjoy this feeder as I was previously putting peanuts out in a dish because the birds love them so much but the squirrels, of course, do also. Definitely recommend it as part of the great family of bird feeders that we have from Brome.
- Lynn

customer service

★★★★★
Talked with Amada regarding a racoon breaking my feeder. She knew exactly what piece I needed to get my feeder back in action. Great customer service!!! thank you
- Russell Newman

The Birds Love It

★★★★★
I have found that shelled peanuts are the favorite. It is not suited for all birds by the design. However, the larger birds (and squirrels) eat the peanuts from the ground when they are available (although a few really clever birds hover and grab a peanut or knock one loose). As I write, there are several birds are eating. This feeder, combined with the new suet feeder (which I use peanut suet) has attracted almost every kind of Woodpecker we have — even the rarely seen but often heard, Pileated Woodpecker. Their young also use the feeder.
- Glenn Michaels

They LOVE the nut Feeder

★★★★★
Our woodpeckers love it and miss it when it is empty. We have 5 visitors and have names for them. 2 have striking beautiful colors "Checkers"
- Ana

Exceptional service

★★★★★
We bought a Peanut + feeder about 2 1/2 years ago. A couple of weeks ago, the plastic tube broke. I called the 800 number and got a real person on the third ring. Within 5 minutes, she had taken my information and promised a replacement tube within about 2 weeks, no questions asked. It came in exactly 2 weeks, and I was able to reassemble the feeder. The birds were back on it within 15 minutes. Thanks for the great service.
- Jim Scott

nut buster

★★★★★
How do I go about it pls. To purchase a spring for a squirrel nut buster feeder. It works brilliantly
- Chris burnett

Hi Chris, Thanks for the review! Please give us a call at 1-800-856-5685, and we’ll gladly help you get your feeder up and running.
- Brome Bird Care

birds love it

★★★★★
I use the mesh with the larger holes so that all birds can fit their beak. We have some awesome pictures of woodpeckers both Downy and Hairy showing up regularly specifically for this feeder and a couple of Blue jays. The only squirrel that was able to get peanuts from it was a flying squirrel who came at night. But he was very small and we didn't mind. Definitely enjoy this feeder as I was previously putting peanuts out in a dish because the birds love them so much but the squirrels, of course, do also. Definitely recommend it as part of the great family of bird feeders that we have from Brome.
- Lynn

customer service

★★★★★
Talked with Amada regarding a racoon breaking my feeder. She knew exactly what piece I needed to get my feeder back in action. Great customer service!!! thank you
- Russell Newman

The Birds Love It

★★★★★
I have found that shelled peanuts are the favorite. It is not suited for all birds by the design. However, the larger birds (and squirrels) eat the peanuts from the ground when they are available (although a few really clever birds hover and grab a peanut or knock one loose). As I write, there are several birds are eating. This feeder, combined with the new suet feeder (which I use peanut suet) has attracted almost every kind of Woodpecker we have — even the rarely seen but often heard, Pileated Woodpecker. Their young also use the feeder.
- Glenn Michaels