- IntelliFeed Fish Feeder - Lifegard Aquatics
The new INTELLI-FEED™ auto feeder has a very innovative design with the all new feeding arm, and easy to program touch control. The feeding arm design keeps food dry which results in less clumping, more consistent feedings, and control.
- Easy to program
- Keeps food dry in a sealed closed position
- Optional 6v power supply
- Can Feed up to 12 times per day
- Pre-programed for 2 feedings per day (8am and 6pm)
- Size 4.5” x 3” x 3 5/8”
- Capacity up to 7.5ci of dry food
- Mounting bracket for up to 2” thick tanks
- Uses 4 AA batteries
What is in the box?
- Auto Feeder
- Tank Mounting Bracket
- Rubber suction Feet
Set button doesn’t work By Jake on 5/7/2018Jake wouldn't recommend this product to a friendWhen you press the set button it doesn’t respond, so I can’t get passed setting the time.
Good Product By Huntmore on 1/22/2017Huntmore would recommend this product to a friendIf you are just feeding a couple of fish in a QT the smallest adjustment may be too much.
A others have reported it is a bit noisy but it does alert the fish that feeding time is at hand.
Mixed Reef Tank Life Saver By Anibal on 6/28/2016Anibal would recommend this product to a friendTwo thumbs up! Went on vacations for 5 days. Corals and fishes were extremely fine and healthy. Used it with sinking small pellets. Adjust the amount of food you want to dispense. Very easy to program. Set it and go on vacations. I'm still using it on a daily basis with no problems and the pellets still dry.
Like it By kevin on 3/17/2016kevin would recommend this product to a friendEasy to use and allows me to feed multiple meals a day. I don't mind the noise as it only happens when it is in use and lets me and maybe the fish know that it is working. I stuck with the battery's because it allows me more freedom to place it in different places without worrying about a cord.
Good feeder, but I had to make some mods By Mike on 9/13/2015Mike would recommend this product to a friendThe smallest opening drops about the correct amount for my system, but I can't imagine how many fish you'd need to have to use the largest opening. It would be about an entire can of food. I feed the Elos SV.M2 food from BRS. If you have this just dump into the tank on the surface of the water, a huge amount of the food is going to just be sucked into the overflow. I got a piece of acrylic and drilled a 4" hole in it then took a cheap funnel to drop into the hole. I cut the end off of the funnel so only about 1" of the funnel was submerged underwater. I cut some slots in the funnel with a dremel so water flow could get in, but food couldn't get out. I have the food drop into the funnel and all of the food sinks now instead of most of it floating into the overflow. It takes a much longer time for the fish to get fed now too which I like. They all swim around the funnel waiting for pellets to drop.
Programming the feeder was really easy and intuitive. At first I just bought this to feed the fish while I was on vacation, but now I've decided to use it all the time.
Works well and a little loud By James on 8/3/2015James would recommend this product to a friendThe feeder works as it should. It does drop quite a bit of food at the lowest setting so maybe not a good feeder if you only have one fish, but it's not a crazy amount. It's probably around 1/4 teaspoon or so. It's nice that it pulls back in so the food doesn't get wet, however this does prolong the loud noise. All-in-all it works and I'm happy with it.
Hello By Rock Lobster on 7/22/2015Rock Lobster would recommend this product to a friendWorks as I figured, a bit noisy and large, the noise does get my Flame Hawk all excited.
Almost got it right.. By Alliesan on 6/18/2015Alliesan wouldn't recommend this product to a friendI got excited and ordered this thinking it was "the one" but I was quickly disappointed. This feeder is still plagued with the same problem as all the others, the smallest setting drops wayyy too many pellets.
It's somewhat accessible to mod and make the space smaller.. Gonna take some fiddling. Sigh...