Skip to content
Orders Placed by 2pm EST Ship Today! | Free Shipping on Orders Over $75
Orders Placed by 2pm EST Ship Today! | Free Shipping on Orders Over $75

Squirrel Buster Standard

by Brome
Original price $50.95 - Original price $50.95
Original price
$50.95 - $50.95
Current price $50.95
Only 5 left!

The new Squirrel Buster Standard raises the standard in everything a wild bird feeder should be. Here's why: Award-winning Squirrel Buster technology is truly squirrel-proof. Over 4 million very happy customers have confirmed it!

Patented weight adjustable closing mechanism shuts out squirrels as well as some heavier undesirable birds.

Seed Tube Ventilation keeps seed fresh.

Both perching and clinging footholds increase bird activity.

Chew-proof components stop annoying squirrel damage.

Detachable Component System for easy cleaning, filling and servicing.

Stainless steel perches and hanger.

UV stabilized components.

Comes with Lifetime Care.

Shipping Information

In stock orders placed by 2pm EST typically ship the same day.

All items ship for a flat rate of $6.95 to $24.95 depending on item size and destination. All orders totaling $75.00 or more will ship for free.

Expedited shipping options such as UPS 2-Day and Next Day are available on the checkout page.

EXCEPTIONS: Some very large or overweight items may require extra shipping charges. Extra charges are noted in the main product description.

Click here for more details on shipping policies and ship times.

Warranty and Returns

We want you to be satisfied with your purchase which is why we offer a 30 day return policy.

Click here for full details of our return policy.

Each manufacturer specifies their warranty period. We are always happy to help make sure any vendor warranties are resolved to your satisfaction.

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Jo Ellen Randolph
Squirrel Buster

No problems with squirrels with this feeder. They are very determined rascals!

Works for Grey Squirrels

We have only been using the feeder for 3 days, but the birds started using it within minutes as they are used to feeding at that location. If anything, the small finch traffic has increased and now they are competing for two seed feeders. The feeder works for cardinals and rose breasted grosbeaks also. We did see one grey squirrel give it a try, but was not successful. Until we repositioned a baffle below the feeder, however, an adult red squirrel was able to hang on to the shepherd’s crook with its hind feet, then reach into the feeder and extract seeds one by one. Once the metal baffle was back in place, there have been no more problems. The feeder has not been raccoon tested yet, but we do have it on a secured snap hook just in case. Overall, the feeder is sturdy, a great design, and the birds love it.

Donna Markham
Squirrel Buster feeder

Love this feeder! Never found anything that works as well as this feeder. Our grey squirrels gave up and now the birds can eat.

Elaine Marx
Squirrel Buster

Love this bird feeder, hate wasting money on bird food for the squirrels! This feeder solves the problem.

Loredana Pena
I now only see birds!

It took me over two years to decide to make this purchase, and even then I bit my lip in the process because I still think it’s way too expensive for a bird feeder. I wish for this company to make a more budget friendly version. However, the squirrels that run my yard look way to big for their own good and I know that they can eat through my typical bird feeders within a day, and bird seed is expensive!
Upon arrival, I liked how thick the plastic is, it seems very sturdy and the product as a whole seems thoughtfully made. I live in a rainy environment and have seen how moisture just seeps into my bird feeders making it unsafe for birds, and I truly feel that this product will minimize this problem, plus it looks simple to clean without hidden gaps where bacteria can form. The birds seem to like the distance between each perch because being too close can make the birds territorial and peck at each other.
I can now rest in piece knowing the seed is going towards birds instead of the squirrels.