Comes with Harness & Leash. Instructional DVD is no longer available with some colour options due to new packaging. Instructional video is now available on Youtube, please see description below for link.
Mini: 35 - 75 grams. Lovebirds, Budgies, Kakarikis, Parrotlets, Plum Heads and other tiny pet birds.
Petite: 75-110gm - Lg. Parakeets, Budgies, Sm. Indian ringnecks, Cockatiels, Kakarikis, Sm. Conures (Green cheeks etc)
Large: 600-1000 grams.Lg. Macaws, Triton, Sm. Moluccan, Red and Yellow tail Black Cockatoos & Sulphur Crested Cockatoos.
X Large: 1000-1600 grams.Lge Moluccan, Green Wing & Hyacinth
XX-Large: 1600+ grams. Extra Large Hyacinth, Green Wing Macaws (Mostly Males), Chickens, Geese, Pheasants.
Colour availability will vary depending on stock available. Please select colour below.
The Aviator constitutes a new mindset necessary to provide safe and effective harness and leash restraint systems for birds.
Some positive aspects about the Aviator:
Easily fits the larger pet birds and cockatiels as small as 75grams.
One piece design- No Pieces to assemble.
Advanced engineering has eliminated dangerous buckles and clips that distract and injure birds.
Easy to install. Only one slide. Installs in less than the time it takes to install all other harness. Written instructions are also included in package.
Elastic leash safely absorbs impact shock and keeps birds from being injured if they unexpectedly fly to the end of the leash.
Elastic leash cording reduces the total harness weight - especially on small birds. Some harnesses can weigh as much as the bird!
Fewer pressure contact points on bird. The Aviator is made of the least amount of material of any harness.
Specially engineered collar hugs the neck keeping the strap from sliding toward the wing and annoying your pet. The AVIATOR's special collar design is the only harness that allows birds to safely wear the harness with food in their crop.
Self-adjusting leash changes orientation as bird moves around handler. Automatically adjusts from the chest to the back as the bird climbs and flies.
Instructional Video now available on Youtube, please CLICK HERE