Aspects (ASP143) Hummzinger Excel 16oz Capacity Hummingbird Feeder

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  • Aspects (ASP143) Hummzinger Excel 16oz Capacity Hummingbird Feeder
  • Aspects (ASP143) Hummzinger Excel 16oz Capacity Hummingbird Feeder
  • Aspects (ASP143) Hummzinger Excel 16oz Capacity Hummingbird Feeder
  • Aspects (ASP143) Hummzinger Excel 16oz Capacity Hummingbird Feeder
  • Aspects (ASP143) Hummzinger Excel 16oz Capacity Hummingbird Feeder
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For yards with many hummingbirds, the Aspects HummZinger Excel Hummingbird Feeder has a generous 16 ounce capacity with six feeding ports.

  • A solid brass stem
  • Polycarbonate construction
  • Built-in ant moat
  • Less refills with this 16 ounce nectar capacity
  • 6 feeding ports
  • The bright red cover attracts hummers from a distance
  • Lid removes easily for cleaning
  • Raised flowers divert rain
  • Easy refill top

Generous capacity for those with lots of hummingbird activity. The built-in ant moat deters crawling insects from getting to the nectar. Made of clear polycarbonate, the feeder is easy to clean and fill. Easily hung or post mounted. The integrated wrap-around perch encourages the birds to sit and stay awhile. Lifetime guarantee to ensure years of enjoyment to both the birds and for the people who use them. 

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65 Reviews

  • 5
    Great little hummingbird feeder- yellow jackets leave it alone!

    I have always had the tall 'jar' type hummingbird feeders with the red bottom/yellow plastic flowers - but this year the feeders were getting swarmed by bees and yellow jackets who can all reach the sugar water through the little holes at the bottom. The yellow jackets were driving away my little hummers so, at a friend's recmmendation, I tried one of these round feeders because the fluid level is much further away from the drinking holes. The hummingbirds can reach it easily but the yellow-jackets and bees can't , so they lose interest. They're really leaving this one alone.. and my hummingbirds seem love it.

  • 5
    Good he feeder

    Bought one with a plastic rather than a metal hanger. It didn't last and broke.

  • 5
    No Wasp, Hornets, Bees or ants!

    I have resisted having a hummingbird feeder due to the fact that they always attracted wasps and ants. This feeder is just perfect, I have had it for about a month and not one wasp has approached it and the moat in the middle make it impossible for ants to get in there. My hummingbirds love it!

  • 5
    These last for years, and on direct sun

    I live in California, I have had three of these in full-sun year-round for over 20 years. They are expensive but I wouldn't buy a cheap imitation. I have some hanging by the hook and for others I bought copper pipe and removed the hook, the copper pipe fits perfectly in the hole underneath for locating in areas where the feeder can't be hung.

  • 5
    Very easy cleaning, assembly, and filling! Very happy with this feeder!

    Very quick shipping!

  • 5
    Give the Hummingbirds What They Like

    The Aspects Excel earns my full endorsement. I'll inject some birder guidance into this review. I purchased mine after success with an Aspects Mini eight years running. The products have lifetime guarantees that Aspects honors part by part. While the feeder glistens in the sun, the Excel trades ostentatious aesthetics for function. In California, the feeder will be adorned with Allen's and Anna's hummingbirds, sometimes all six ports taken. The perimeter perch is the right distance for the tiniest of birds to poke their bills into the ports. As the instructions suggest, boil 3.5 oz. of raw organic granulated Central American sugar in a covered pot of 14 oz. of water until every particle has dissolved. Typically, 6 minutes or less on the burner. Make sure the homemade nectar has cooled before pouring it into the feeder base. Clean both parts twice a week with dish soap. Never skip a cleaning because floating germs and wasp proboscis contamination will sicken an unsuspecting bird. Those speedy wing strokes don't have the power to carry a disease along with the Jefferson nickel bodyweight. If the sponge can't access a spot of bacteria, submerge the feeder in water and bleach for 15 minutes. Use a straw brush to wipe inside the holes. About that moat… Its water is an effective deterrent to deter ants, all right. We have a Droll Yankees seed feeder dangling two feet away, so the house finches and mourning doves drink the moat water to wash down the thistle and millet. ($10K Tip: Never feed them unshelled sunflower seeds unless you want squirrels squeezing into the feeder.) The Aspects Excel works 365/24/7 because, contrary to human logic, sugar water will not overpower the migration instinct in cold climates. The lone bird that stays will defend its territory fall and winter. Feed him! Spring through summer, an onslaught of hungry hummers will be too much for one shimmering king. He'll allow five other calorie-consuming birds to drink from the free ports while he partakes from the sixth port of his choice. The Aspects Excel is sturdy, simple and a favor to the world. With the shortage of bees to pollinate them, plants depend increasingly more on hummingbirds to pick up the slack.

  • 4
    Love it

    The sweeties just love it, can't wait to see them

  • 5
    Great design!

    So easy to clean. My old feeder, which lasted for many years, finally deteriorated due to many years of use. Thank goodness it doesn't have the detachable flowers over the ports as they break easily, are hard to clean, and don't seem to make a difference in attracting the hummers. So glad there is a replacement for my old feeder. Great design.

  • 5
    I have several of these now and really like do the hummingbirds.

    I'm willing to pay a bit more for these hummingbird feeders because they are worth it to me. They're easy to get open and closed as well as to clean. One is at least 3 years old and holding up well. I'm glad they changed the flower to be incorporated into the plastic. The hummers don't seem to mind and they have much less mold to clean that way. I haven't had a problem with yellow jackets with these, either. Ants do still get in occasionally. I live in NW Washington and winter over Anna's Hummingbirds.

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