In and Out Smart Crock 5" dia x 2" H; 10 oz; Clear
I have two of the D-cup dishes that I use for my cockatiel's food and water. It has held up remarkably well over the last few months and I expect that they'll continue to do so for years to come. They are very easy to install and clean; and works well on horizontal or vertical bars. I do wish there was a slightly smaller size, as my Lola like to splash her water everywhere.
December 4, 2014
Versatile for cage placement and a nice size, too
I have several large cages that set cup placement. I have cages with both blueheaded pionus and lineolated parakeets.Since I feed pellet/seed mixes and fresh bean/veggie mix in separate dishes, adding these in-and-out crocks allow for more containers for food and placement around different places in the cage. I can also add additional cups of pellets if I'm going away for the weekend and want to be sure the birds have extra food. The round cups provide enough space for birds to perch comfortably directly on the cup while eating, so they don't need to be located near a perch. They are also a little easier to clean than the D-shaped cups since they don't have the tight corners. This is particularly useful for the "wet" foods like beans and veggies.
December 12, 2013
Best Food Dish
These are by far the best bird food dishes I have ever used. They are easy to take out and put back in with no hassle. Would buy again in a heartbeat! Recommend to anyone wanting a hassle free dish.
September 20, 2013
I prefer putting water in this dish for my birds because I like the depth it has to offer! My birds seem to drink more water when it is offered in a clear open dish like this one. My only concern is that the mounting hardware doesn't feel as secure as I would like it to be. The plastic feels more fragile than some of my other bird dishes. However,what I like about this dish is that it is made in the usa and is advertised as non-toxic- which is always a plus!!!!!!!! I also like that it has a comfortable rounded seating spot along the edges of the dish for them to grip while they are drinking the water.
July 13, 2013