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Gourmet Grinder – Improving the Daily Grind
Long work hours and busy schedules no longer prevent you from implementing a variety of food and consistent portion controlled feeding of your fish. The Patent-Pending AUQA Gadget Gourmet Grinder delivers a worry-free solution to hobbyist who values time, money and efficiency.
The food filling process is simple, the built in feeding tube acts as a quick loader and allows you to fill your grinder quickly keeping your hands free from unwanted odors when touching the food. During feeding, the Gourmet Grinder allows the user to submerge the feeding tube into the water for a more accurate, precise and portion-controlled targeted feeding that keeps food contained in one area so it can be consumed before entering into your filter and polluting your aquarium.
- For Fresh and Saltwater Fish
- Ideal for Most Pellet and Flakes
- Stainless steel and Cell-Cast Acrylic Construction
- Reduces Waste and Maintains Water Quality
- Targeted Portion Controlled Feeding
- Thumb Operated/No Batteries Needed
- Clear Window to see food levels
- Cleaning Brush and Acrylic Stand Included
- Years of Daily Use
Very disappointed :( By FLSharkvictim on 4/12/2017FLSharkvictim wouldn't recommend this product to a friend1st of all it takes your pellets and grinds them into a flake-like powder form which is no use to me.
I would not recommend this product.
Specialized tool By Aaron on 9/12/2015Aaron would recommend this product to a friendLike the previous rater mentioned there is no adjustment on this feeder, however I don't find this to be a problem. All of my fish eat feverishly despite the smaller particle size. I like the fact that I can mix pellet food brands and get a good variety all at once and since the food is dispersed well shy fish have less competition.
Did not work for me By DC on 8/20/2015DC wouldn't recommend this product to a friendVery well built product and great in theory, but no good for me since it turns everything into a fine powder and has no adjustment for the grind size. If you have tiny tiny fish, it might work.