Brome Squirrel Buster Peanut Feeder

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Brome Squirrel Buster Peanut Feeder

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Squirrel Buster Peanut

£36.99
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Does most of the peanuts you put into your feeder get eaten by unwanted guests rather than our smaller feather friends? Do you have a problem with Squirrels, Jackdaws, Magpies or Pigeons.

Well the brilliant "Squirrel Buster" Peanut from Brome will stop squirrels and the larger birds from feeding from it. Thisfeeder is part of an award-winning designed range of feeders that are the only ones on the market to 100% Squirrel Proof and not a mild deterrant like all other feeders.

Using the squirrel's weight against itself, when the squirrel lands on or grabs the feeder the ports are covered preventing the squirrel from being able to get to the food, even if they shake the feeder!!

The same principle works for larger bird, their heavier weight will result in the feeding ports being closed when the birds land on the perches. The sensitivity of the feeder can be easy altered so you can customise at what weight the ports close - with the free information guide, you can see the weight of a variety of birds and determine which ones you want to be able to feed in your garden.

The wire mesh and central feeding ports make this feeder extremely friendly for Woodpeckers to feed off.

The Squirrel Buster Peanut can hold up to 750g of peanuts.

Dimensions: 48cm x 14cm (19.5" x 5.3")

Comes complete with a two year manufactory’s warranty.

The best feeder you will ever buy.

Available in a Peanut version and different Seed sizes.

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Customer Reviews

Birds say eh update Review by Alex
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Woodpecker has now found the feeder and can use it fine woo (Posted on 10/06/2018)
Really works! Review by Carol
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I was sceptical, but it really works! Squirrels, Jackdaws and Rooks have been a real issue in my garden for the last few years, costing me a fortune in bird feed, broken feeders and deterring the smaller garden birds that I want to watch. The Blue Tits and Great Tits have taken a few days to get used to it, as they can see the peanuts, but there is only a small portion of the feeder that they can actually access the food from. This afternoon, I had a Greater Spotted Woodpecker on the feeder, which hung around for quite some time, due to having to peck away at the nuts, rather than take a whole nut and fly away with it. It was a real treat to be able to watch it for so long. The pesky Squirrels and larger birds have now gone from bullying the smaller birds off the feeders, to sitting underneath them, waiting for scraps to fall! (Posted on 07/06/2018)
Birds say eh Review by Alex
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I had to buy this on amazon as it was out of stock here. The little birds do go on it when they've been kicked off the suet and sunflower hearts, however I bought this specifically for the woodpeckers as most squirrel proof feeders will also exclude woodpeckers, but I have not seen a woodpecker on it once and we use to have them before I changed the feeder. Squirrel has not been able to get food from this feeder but he tried his best. Quite pricey for the least favourite feeder for the birds so I wouldn't buy it again but at least the squirrel cannot eat through it, they cost me much more than this feeder. (Posted on 05/06/2018)
Superb Quality Peanut Feeder Review by Peter Fall
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Excellent quality and a really sensitive spring loaded action that allows the smaller birds to feed in peace and deters the larger birds from trying their luck - which they did attempt at first. With a little care and occasional cleaning/maintenance, this feeder should give many years of good service and keep our little feathered friends very happy. Keeps the family happy too being able to watch the small birds feeding without them being bullied by larger varieties such as Jackdaws and Magpies. We are now waiting for the Greater-spotted Woodpecker to appear with their young. (Posted on 01/05/2018)
Excellent Review by Karen
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The goods arrived very well packaged against damage but would have preferred to see something a bit more environmentally friendly. That said delivery was super fast, goods in excellent order and the squirrels haven’t even bothered to try to get to the nuts yet. This could be because I already have two Brome squirrel proof seed feeders and the squirrels have found them impossible to feed from. Jackdawsaren’t happy either! (Posted on 15/03/2018)
Good design, but quite big Review by Tom Fryers
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An excellent design, totally squirrel proof if you hang it correctly. The bottom half of the unit is just a wire cage (not part of the peanut hopper) which, apparently, encourages woodpeckers. Let's see... The downside of this is that is rather tall for the quantity of nuts it holds. (Posted on 06/02/2018)
brilliant! Review by nancy taylir
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Brilliant! The squirrel tried once and then gave up. I've had only blue tits, great tits and long tailed tits on it so far but hoping the woodpecker discovers it soon. Not cheap but well worth the money. (Posted on 17/12/2017)
Relieved Review by Rosemary
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Have tried other squirrel deterrent peanut feeders unsuccessfully as the birds would not take the nuts. I think that they didn’t like feeling trapped in the outer cage. However the new one works. I have had great tits, blue tits and great spotted woodpeckers feeding from it and no squirrels! (Posted on 26/11/2017)
Excellent feeder Review by Louise Fifield
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This does deter the squirrels.. not completely, but the best yet. It is expensive though (Posted on 10/10/2017)
Worth the expense! Review by Diana
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From having swarms of squirrels attacking and destroying every feeder in the garden, I am down to one very boot-faced individual who clambers up each morning and then retires defeated yet again. Peanuts are expensive so am delighted to find they are going down very slowly these days, consumed by relaxed birds. (Posted on 16/08/2017)

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