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The holder it not very strong and should only be used with small birds like finches or parakeets. It is also a little small for spray millet, but if you cut the millet in half it works nicely. The hook on top of the holder can be knocked off the cage fairly easy, a twist-tie warped around the cage and hook can fix that. The perch at the bottom of the holder rotates which is nice. Over all it is a nice holder that works well for my parakeets (budgies).
First things first, do not buy this item for your average birds. None of my different species of middle-sized finches or of many other exotic birds would look at it beyond the initial investigation they give to new things introduced into "their" cage, be it with or without food. Why don't they like it? My guess it that the dimensions of this thing are awkward for a bird to use. They might have looked good on paper or economical to produce but no one checked if the end user, birds, would like them or not. The perch part is too small in diameter and in length for birds to find it easy to land on and control while trying to reach for the seeds or pieces of food inside the central "cage." It is simply not comfortable and cannot be held on to when other birds come looking for a place to land. The design fails further in two other aspects. One, the hook with which we are supposed to hang this thing from on the cage is too small and flimzy to do the job. You should expect it to fall often to the bottom of the cage. Two, the food or seeds holding cage in the center is made of thick strands of plastic that block most of the view of what is inside or limit access to it. This product is simply not worth the time and effort of any self-respecting bird, yours included. I can see it useful only as a temporary toy for hookbilled birds, such as parakeets and parrots, who would chew on it and tear it to pieces for laughs around the cage.