Jbl Autofood Automatic Fish Feeder

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SKU
I173434
Foodtype
Feeders
Description
Attractive black/transparent design. 125 ml contents - or 375 ml with screw-on 250 ml food container. Suitable for all granulates up to 3 mm. Guaranteed operation with batteries (3 x 1,5 V AA included). With air connection to keep food dry. Easy setting for up to 4 feeds per day. 3 year guarantee. Suitable for: JBL GranoColor, GranoColor mini, GranoMix, GranoMix mini, Grana, GranaCichlid, GranaDiscus, NovoBits, NovoFlower mini, GoldPearls, GoldPearls mini, NovoPearls and MariPearls. On/off switch for manual operation (internal clock continues to run). Feeding times and quantity easily adjustable. Multiple mounting options by means of suction cup or mounting clamp. Feeding automat can be rotated 360° once mounted. Dimensions: 18 cm length, 8.5 cm height (without mount - meaning before fixing and before the food container is screwed on). Without mount but with container: 18.5 cm height. Height with suction cup mount: 9 cm. The holder is suitable for glass panes or plates of up to 28 mm thickness. The food opening has a dimension of 27 mm x 20 mm. The battery condition is indicated on the display.

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