I wonder what you want to know about this toy: is it good quality, or do parrots love it? I think you want to know both.Let's talk about quality first. Made in China should say it all. The mirrors are not mirrors, just some thin plastic with a reflective coating and a sheet of paper glued to the plastic support. They do look like mirrors to the bird though. The big rings are glued to the mirror holding rings. That glue was unglued in two days by my young Indian Ringneck; and she is not very strong yet, I believe she is about 4 months. Now, how did I know what's on the back side of the mirrors if the mirror is glued to that plastic? You are gonna love this. My parrot eats mostly pellets, some fruits and seeds. Somehow she figured out that if she walks to the water and dips them in the water, they soften and she can chew them easier. Since she figured that out, that's what she does when she feels the pellets are too hard. She only does it with the harder ones. Keep in mind that the water is at the opposite end of the cage.Why is this relevant? Just read please and we are starting the review about whether or not parrots like/love it.About two hours after the toy was added to the cage, my parrot start playing with it. She spent A LOT of time with it. I don't know for sure if she broke one of the rings after a day, or two. The blue ring and the inner ring(the one with the mirror) got separated during that "malfunction". She took the yellow inner ring and start dipping it into the water. We couldn't believe our eyes. She thought the toy will soften, just like the pellets. But since nothing was happening she thought that maybe it needs to be coming from the food tray. So she took it to the food tray, dipped it in, than walked it to the water, dipped it into water, several times. We laughed and said "Have fun 'cause nothing is going to happen". We were wrong! The mirrors backside soaked (being from paper) and fell after a while. I guess her "logic" proved right. Dip it in the water and it will soften after a while. All my family had fun watching her, and I think she was satisfied. She still plays with the plastic piece, carries it around the cage, etc. She also plays with the other two rings (the remains of the toy).Conclusion: While the toy "broke" fairly quickly, we would buy another one for the fun we got. Whether she likes it or not we don't know, but she certainly is "playing" with it, and stays busy with it.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]