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Aspects 367 Hummzinger Ultra Hummingbird Feeder, 12-Ounce

Aspects 367 Hummzinger Ultra Hummingbird Feeder, 12-oz

Aspects 367 Hummzinger Ultra Hummingbird Feeder

I especially like about this hummingbird feeder style because, unlike the normal kind with the big bottle on the top, this style does not hide the hummingbirds on the far side of the feeder. 

The added visibility could mean the difference between seeing that rare species that passes through your area about once a decade—and missing it.

It just looks nicer without a big bottle on tope, and we need to clean and refill every day or so anyway, so the big bottle is usually a waste of nectar. 12 ounces of nectar is plenty to put out at once. What do you think?

Besides it kind of looks like a flying saucer, and that’s fun, too.

Aspects 367 Hummzinger Ultra Hummingbird Feeder

The built-in ant moat blocks crawling insects and the patented Nectar-Guard tips on the feeding ports prevent bees, wasps, and other flying insects from feeding at the ports.

These two patented features combine to make the Ultra the most insect-proof feeder on the market. Nectar Guard tips included. 4 feeding ports. 12-ounce capacity. Built-in ant moat. Easy cleaning and filling. Hang or post mount. Raised flowers divert rain. Drip and leak proof. Lifetime guarantee.

Product Features

  • 12-ounce capacity with 4 feeding ports
  • Built-in ant moat
  • Easy cleaning and filling
  • Raised flowers divert rain
  • Drip and leak proof

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3 Comments

  1. Synergy says:

    A hummzinger of a feeder This is a great feeder no doubt. It is the easiest to clean and refill that I’ve seen. And the bright red makes the hummers go crazy. Mine have become more territorial, and they feed more often now.Initially I had some concerns that the feeder would need to be almost completely full in order for the hummers to be able to extract any nectar (the feeder is rather deep). Turns out the little guys have pretty long tongues, so they can reach far into the feeder, even when it is close to being empty.Can’t beat the lifetime guarantee.My only gripe is that small ants can still get inside even with the nectar guard tips in place. In my case, the ants are pretty bad, even more so than with my last feeder which had basically no protection at all.

  2. Sam says:

    Best hummingbird feeder ever! I’ve been using this Aspects Hummzinger Ultra (as well as the Excel) since August ’06. In my opinion, these Hummzinger feeders are the best, and I’ve tried over a dozen others.The Hummzinger feeders are a breeze to fill, hang, and clean; no bottle brush necessary! And the EASY recipe for the best hummingbird nectar is printed on the under-side of the feeder. How convenient is that? In addition, they have perches for the hummers to rest on while feeding, so that they don’t burn up all the calories they’re trying to consume while hovering around the feeder.I love the brass hanging rod; it prevents the feeder from tilting and dripping when the birds all sit on one side of it. These are the ONLY feeders I’ve ever had where the hummers will perch and feed together in groups. I frequently see 3 to 6 birds on my feeders at once since I started using using the Hummzingers; this never happened even with the largest of the other feeders I’ve tried. Could be coincidental, but…The feeder can either be hung from its included hook or mounted on a garden stake/post. When hanging, these feeders are very stable in the wind compared to others, so they don’t drip. And the ant moat really does keep ants out of the nectar when the feeder is hanging! (I don’t think it would help as much if the feeder was mounted on a post.)Best of all, contrary to what some others have written, the hummingbirds around here (the San Francisco Bay area) seem to LOVE these feeders. I’m purchasing several as gifts.

  3. Paul says:

    Got rid of the yellow jackets! At the end of each summer I have swarms of yellow jackets take over my hummingbird feeders and the little buggers chase the hummers away.This year I had enough!After a little online research and reading other reviews of the Hummzinger Ultra product I decided to try it out.I put up the Hummzinger and the hummingbirds figured it out within hours (even with the little rubber tip guards installed). I watched day after day as number of yellow jackets around the Hummzinger decreased. After a week there were ZERO yellow jackets hanging around!If you have yellow jacket issues you must get this feeder!I’ve also noticed that the hummers will even sit on this feeder every so often, where as on my old feeders they fed and flew away. Another unexpected benefit has been the Hummzinger feeder has been much easier to clean than my old feeders.I’m buying a second Hummzinger in the winter to replace my other feeder – so I’ll be ready for the spring!

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