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Juwel Automatic Fish Feeder

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I127795-Juwel Automatic Fish Feeder
I127795-Juwel Automatic Fish Feeder

Product details

SKU
I127795
Pet
Fish
Dimensions
0
Food Type
Feeders
Description

The JUWEL automatic feeder can be used in any aquarium. Using the right mounting support, it can be fitted particularly simply and quickly to any JUWEL aquarium. It can be programmed for two feeding cycles a day and allows you to feed your fish at intervals of six hours. The volume of the adjustable feed container is designed for up to 60 feeds. Feed in pellet form is ideal for use in automatic feeders. For environments with particularly high humidity, the JUWEL automatic feeder is designed so that the drum can be ventilated using an ordinary air pump. The JUWEL automatic feeder is supplied with batteries.

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