API Weekend Pyramid Fish Feeder is the perfect feeding solution for your fish when you’re away from home for a few days.
The API Vacation Pyramid Fish Feeder automatically feeds your fish while you’re away from home, and contains nutritious food pellets that are released slowly over the course of 14 days.
Use one tablet to feed an average sized fighter fish for approximately one week.
An economy slowl release holiday block designed to last 10-14 days.
An economy slowl release holiday block designed to last 2-3 days.
A slow release Goldfish block suitable for use PONDS for 2-3 weeks.
Specifically formulated to provide food and multi-vitamins for your aquarium fish for up to 3 days.
Specifically formulated to provide food and multi-vitamins for your aquarium fish for up to 7 days.
Programmable to feed up to 5 times per day and up to 3 portions per feed.
The JUWEL automatic feeder is the perfect addition to your aquarium. Every JUWEL aquarium is already equipped for the easy assembly of this automatic feeder, making it ready for use immediately.
The SmartFeed is the premium automatic feeder for granulate and flake feed with an extended range of functions.
The Zoo Med Bettamatic is an automatic Siamese Fighting Fish (Betta) feeder.
Voted the #1 fish feeder in the world, the Eheim Everyday Fish Feeder can be easily programmed to control the time of day feeding occurs.Part No. 3581
The Marina Betta Buffet blocks are the ideal vacation food. No need to worry about your Betta if you go away.
The Automatic Fish Feeder by PondMax will feed your fish what ever the weather conditions may be.
Existing plaster blocks are “old school” technology that can wreak havoc on your water quality! Tetra’s innovative gel feeder block contains no plaster and feeds up to 14 days with the TetraVacation.
Prices start from: $13.30
Zoo Med's TurtleMatic™ Automatic Turtle Feeder! Great for setting up daily feeding routines or feeding your pets when you are away from home.
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