Customer Reviews  3

  

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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!

 

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.

Very nice

★★★★★
The two mesh sizes is very handy, letting you decide how rapidly the birds can empty the feeder: pulling whole peanuts out one at a time, or splitting them and pulling pieces and sunflower seeds out more slowly. It is a very nice design feature that you store the mesh you are not using inside the feeder itself. You won't lose it. With ample area both above and below the nuts for birds to grab on, I see woodpeckers feeding braced below and nuthatches feeding upside down from above. It holds a good amount of nuts. It is a great feeder.
- Kathleen Wilber

Every product

★★★★★
Best Customer Service, I’ve ever experienced.all of your feeders should be This Brand. No questions ask for replacement parts Do yourself and your backyard visitors a favor. BUY THIS BRAND. Never throw a a feeder away again.
- Ken

Worth the money

★★★★★
I have 4 various Brome feeders. They are the best feeders ever and customer support is fantastic.
- Nora Formandl

Free replacement parts

★★★★★
I bought my peanut feeder 5 years ago. In late fall last year [2020] a large racoon pulled it off the tree branch .I figured it was scrap the store i purchased it from said call Brome and explain what happened A few weeks later all the parts I required arrived no charge .My feeder is like new now what service thanks so much.Top of the line product and customer service.
- Bob Hannah

Peanut Feeder

★★★★★
Someone mentioned the lower screw coming unloose. Yup, it did and I was able to retrieve it in the snow. I now know to check it EACH and EVERY time I refill it. I'm using homemade suet that I have diced into little chunks. The woodpeckers love it--especially the pair of Flickers that have been visiting me this Winter. Love the feeder.
- Jo-Anne R

Love our Peanut Feeder

★★★★★
Love, love, LOVE our Peanut feeder. Was getting tired of all the sunflower shells on the front walkway, so switched to this feeder. It truly is waste-free and mess-free. Whatever peanuts end up getting dropped by the birds at the feeder, get picked up by other birds, or by squirrels and chipmunks. A win-win situation for everyone!
- Debbie van Bolhuis

Very nice

★★★★★
The two mesh sizes is very handy, letting you decide how rapidly the birds can empty the feeder: pulling whole peanuts out one at a time, or splitting them and pulling pieces and sunflower seeds out more slowly. It is a very nice design feature that you store the mesh you are not using inside the feeder itself. You won't lose it. With ample area both above and below the nuts for birds to grab on, I see woodpeckers feeding braced below and nuthatches feeding upside down from above. It holds a good amount of nuts. It is a great feeder.
- Kathleen Wilber

Every product

★★★★★
Best Customer Service, I’ve ever experienced.all of your feeders should be This Brand. No questions ask for replacement parts Do yourself and your backyard visitors a favor. BUY THIS BRAND. Never throw a a feeder away again.
- Ken

Worth the money

★★★★★
I have 4 various Brome feeders. They are the best feeders ever and customer support is fantastic.
- Nora Formandl

Free replacement parts

★★★★★
I bought my peanut feeder 5 years ago. In late fall last year [2020] a large racoon pulled it off the tree branch .I figured it was scrap the store i purchased it from said call Brome and explain what happened A few weeks later all the parts I required arrived no charge .My feeder is like new now what service thanks so much.Top of the line product and customer service.
- Bob Hannah

Peanut Feeder

★★★★★
Someone mentioned the lower screw coming unloose. Yup, it did and I was able to retrieve it in the snow. I now know to check it EACH and EVERY time I refill it. I'm using homemade suet that I have diced into little chunks. The woodpeckers love it--especially the pair of Flickers that have been visiting me this Winter. Love the feeder.
- Jo-Anne R

Love our Peanut Feeder

★★★★★
Love, love, LOVE our Peanut feeder. Was getting tired of all the sunflower shells on the front walkway, so switched to this feeder. It truly is waste-free and mess-free. Whatever peanuts end up getting dropped by the birds at the feeder, get picked up by other birds, or by squirrels and chipmunks. A win-win situation for everyone!
- Debbie van Bolhuis