Allied Precision (300) Birdbath De-Icer 200W
Allied Precision (300) Birdbath De-Icer 200W is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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The Allied Precision 200 Watt Bird Bath De-Icer helps attract birds to your bird bath by keeping water ice-free all winter long. The Allied Precision 200 Watt Bird Bath De-Icer helps attract birds to your bird bath by keeping water ice-free all winter long. This submersible bird bath de-icer is thermostatically controlled to shut off automatically for safety and to conserve energy. A stainless steel guard shields your wild birds from direct contact with the heating element and a rear-exit power cord gives the de-icer a low profile in the bird bath. This de-icer is safe to use in ceramic, concrete, and plastic bird baths. Dimensions: 7.5"L x 2.75"W x 1"H, 15" cord Power: 200 Watts,120 volts. Assembled in the USA.
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This API birdbath deicer 200W is working great. I'm in east Texas and earlier in the winter when I didn't have the deicer, I saw the songbirds sitting on the birdbath edge at frozen water...just looking at it. I have been told providing water is more important than providing food to wild birds. I have a concreted birdbath that is sloped in an almost v-shape so I wasn't sure if there would be enough water to keep the deicer submerged. I put the deicer in the sloped birdbath yesterday and the water has not frozen since. I did have to sit a small rock on it to keep it weighed down on the slope. I also own the API heated birdbath with stand and between the 2, I prefer this deicer. Great quality, good value. Great service at JCWildlife.
I use the bird bath heaters in my dog bowls....they work perfect to keep the water from freezing over when it is freezing outside...the dogs and birds both drink from the water bowls during the winter.