Two Little Fishies

MagFeeder Magnetic Feeding Ring

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Max Tank Thickness - 3/4"

Feeding rings are a great idea for pretty much any tank that utilizes a type of overflow weir or wish for a repeatable place for finicky fish to find food.  Most foods will float a slight bit, and when food is added to the aquarium many reefers will notice most of it goes directly down the overflow and gets trapped into the filtration system.

By using a feeding ring the food will need to sink first a slight bit, which by that time it is much easier for your fish to consume. 


MagFeeder and its accessories make feeding your fishes more effective and enjoyable. MagFeeder comes with a floating feed ring that retains flake foods, pellets, powdered invertebrate feeds, or any food you want to add into your tank but don’t want to see go right over the overflow.

The magnetic coupling makes it possible to easily position the ring without getting your hands wet, and the jointed connection assembly makes it simple to adjust the distance from the aquarium wall. Another feature, the Two Little Fishies button pops into the mushroom head of the feeder. It retains any ring-shaped foods, such as the Grazer™ from New Era. The magnetic coupling lets you position or retrieves MagFeeder easily, and without getting your hands wet. Patented design by Julian Sprung.

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UPC 748172507247
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Product Questions

How long is the arm that attaches to the magnet? I have a fairly wide euro brace on top of my tank and not sure if the arm is long enough to compensate.
Question by: Joel Brewer on Jun 7, 2016, 9:28 AM
Great question!
The arm will be 1.5" long. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor on Jun 7, 2016, 6:54 PM
What's the outside dimensions of the floating ring?
Question by: Joshua on May 8, 2016, 5:32 PM
Great question!
The floating ring will have a dimension of 4" outside diameter.
Answer by: Connor on May 10, 2016, 6:23 PM