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Supa Spiral Fat Ball Feeder - Small & Large

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Product Name Price Qty
Small Spiral Feeder

Regular Price: £2.49

Special Price £1.19

Large Spiral Feeder

Regular Price: £2.99

Special Price £1.49

A simple and ingenious spiral feeder from Supa, holds fat balls, fruit or scraps.
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A simple yet ingenious feeder from Supa. Made from steel this spiral feeder is ideal for fat balls, fruit and scraps.

Easy to fill, just stretch the feeder then it will spring back into shape.

Dimensions

Small: Fits 2 to 3 Fat Balls - Diameter 7.6cm (3")

Large: Fits 5 to 6 Fat Balls - Diameter 7.6cm (3")

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Customer Reviews

A good purchase Review by Alan George Furber
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Perfect for the price. A suitable size if you want to hang a single fat ball. (Posted on 01/11/2017)
Neat little item Review by Margaret Cartledge
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nice item arrived within a couple of days worth the money (Posted on 03/09/2017)
Good quality Review by Paul
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Seems a good product, only had it hanging up for a week with fat ball in it, birds seem to be giving it a miss at the moment (Posted on 22/08/2017)
Great buy Review by Mairi
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Just what I was looking for. Can hold 2 fat balls which is enough when you have other feeders about. (Posted on 04/07/2017)
Excellent Feeder Review by Jane
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A great little gadget. The birds are enjoying this in the cold weather. Just stretch the feeder and slip the fat balls in. The small one will hold two maybe three depending how much you stretch it though it may be difficult to pull if you have mobility issues as it is quite stiff. (Posted on 08/12/2016)

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