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Angels, Tangs, Butterflies and many other saltwater and freshwater fish are natural “pickers”. They graze 90% of their day picking at the surfaces of corals and rock. It is important that they are offered plenty of seaweed and algae throughout the day. This will strengthen their immune system, reduce aggression and improve their overall health.
The Patent-Pending Gourmet Grazer is a magnetic mounted, snap lock feeder that secures seaweed in place by having contact all around the perimeter and will promote the natural picking process and allows your fish to simultaneously graze throughout the day.
Just open, insert any size seaweed and snap close. The magnet-mount allows for easy insertion and control, keeping your hands dry and food secured!
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Awesome product By Mark on 10/30/2016Mark would recommend this product to a friendI guess I could mark a point off for cost. Let me talk about what I like. Great idea for a product, with clips I had a lot of algae floating around degrading my water quality. I have had this product for six months and it holds the nori sheets great. Works for tangs, angels, and other fish that eat algae. Within four hours or so, the visible algae is gone and I remove the feeder. It simply works better than any other product I have used for this purpose.
Wow By Choff on 9/20/2016Choff would recommend this product to a friendI bought this without reading any reviews and man I'm glad I did. If I read these reviews I might not have bought it. First off, it fits a piece of Nori perfectly if you fold it in half lengthwise and again width wise. This keeps my fish occupied for a long time grazing on this thing. I find this works a million times better than regular veggie clips. longevity is tbd though. I've only had it a week.
Best invention!! By jonesmmichelle1 on 7/24/2016jonesmmichelle1 wouldn't recommend this product to a friendThis item keeps the seaweed from floating away, I have had it for over a year and still works great. I love it so much that I bought a second one.
Great Feeder By sfal1967 on 6/20/2016sfal1967 would recommend this product to a friendI have had mine from for two weeks, yes thier is some waste based on the design. This is minimal compared to the old clip style, no more 1/4 sheets of nori floating around. Easy to use and maintain.
good idea bad execution By Jared on 5/27/2016Jared wouldn't recommend this product to a friendi was looking forward to this product but it just isn't built well there are to small of holes for big fish to get they're snout in and eat
Magnet Corrodes By SEAN on 5/5/2016SEAN wouldn't recommend this product to a friendGreat idea and it does work a mentioned. There is lots of wasted seaweed, but that's understandable given the design. My issue is the thin sheet of plastic protecting the magnet. It got loose and corroded after a few weeks. Way too much money to be an imperfect solution.
A Bit Pricey but works By Greg on 12/6/2015Greg would recommend this product to a friendKeeps seaweed sheets from braking up and floating into overflow
Just not good enough - high hopes dashed - too expensive to not be perfect By Alex on 11/19/2015Alex wouldn't recommend this product to a friendI have only had mine in the tank for a couple weeks so I can't speak to the longevity of it. As for the addressing its purpose, at first the fish were scared of it, but eventually took to it just fine. They eat all the nori they can out of it, but then you are left with a mess of uneaten nori. Everywhere the front panel touches the back panel, the nori is left. The fish eat out the little squares, but leave the grid pattern that is covered (think of a magnified window screen). I feel like this is a waste of nori, and yet another thing to clean daily, if you don't want your nitrates to go up do to rotting nori. Frankly I find myself going back to the clip.
For other reefers disappointed with the clip, what I have found works for me is to cut the nori into thin strips, most of the way down, making sure not to cut through to the bottom (picture a comb but with fatter teeth). When I put this in my clip, that fish will rip off each individual thin nori strip and eat it, thus not letting it circulate through the tank and eventually into the overflow.
What someone could create to make this much easier (i'm talking to you clip manufacturers) is a pair of scissors that makes multiple cuts at once.
Pricey for what it does but it does it well By Kyuss on 10/30/2015Kyuss would recommend this product to a friend$22 and it does not even hold an entire sheet of Nori. It was disappointing also to find that the tank side doesn't float. However it does what it advertises and it does it well. Holds seaweed in place and the damn tangs can't rip it loose and throw it into my vortechs and overflows or CLS where the nori usually goes :)
Great for a couple of months By Digitalmeyer on 10/29/2015Digitalmeyer wouldn't recommend this product to a friendThe design is good. Fish were able to eat without huge chunks of seaweed floating away. Some seaweed will get trapped between the two pieces which of course will need to be cleaned out by hand. However, after using it for two months the magnet on the feeder piece pulled completely out of its molded plastic hole. The magnet had begun to corrode. I would have thought they would completely seal the one magnet that gets submerged. But no. Really disappointed because it was a great way to feed the fish seaweed.