MagFeeder Magnetic Feeding Ring - Two Little Fishies

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MagFeeder Magnetic Feeding Ring - Two Little Fishies

62% Recommend this to a friend (8 of 13)

SKU: 209153

reg. $20.94

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Quick Overview

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. 

Most tanks at Bulk Reef Supply use a type of feeding ring.


Full Details

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

The magnetic coupling makes it posible 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 retrieve MagFeeder easily, and without getting your hands wet. Patented design by Julian Sprung.


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  • Not Worth It By JALIASC on 5/25/2017

    While the ring did its job of holding in the pellets, water seeped into the magnet section after a month and started leaching rust into my system. Its not worth the contamination and resulting headache of figuring out why your tank is slowly dying.
  • Recurring theme... By Ty on 3/30/2017

    As many other have stated, this does the job it was intended to do but is very cheaply made. MI need had been in the tank for less than two months when today I noticed an orange substance coming from around the wet side magnet. Thinking it was accumulated food, I gave it a little nudge only to find out it was actually rust... I wouldn't feel right recommending this product to anyone due to the fact that this seems to be a known recurring flaw in the design.
  • Good....For a short time By Timothy on 3/19/2017

    The product was yet another example of Two Little Fishies product line. Great ideas and innovation but cheap outcome. Please, invest in higher quality materials and we will happily buy more. Until then, someone else has already taken their ideas and made it well. Mine broke within a month - magnet split
  • Meh... By William on 2/18/2017

    It does what it is advertised to do, it is just cheaply constructed. Another company could do better, I'm sure. This product is just "ok", and that's it. I would recommend it to someone, only because it does function good. If I was recommending based solely on quality I would say no, and my yellow tang hates it with a passion, so he gives it two fins down.
  • Works great with eheim auto feeder By Bill on 1/25/2017

    Just wanted to share that it's length works fine with the eheim auto feeder. Otherwise it floats and holds food, what else is there to say! I have the 2 little fishies lettuce/nori clip, and so far been pleased with their products and longevity for something plastic exposed to salt and light constantly.
  • Nice, but... By Gabriel on 1/2/2017

    The connection between the magnet on the feeder side and the rest of the feed assembly failed within a week. The magnet is attached to the feed ring base by a thin plastic sheet with a weak contact cement. I glued it back on with Cyanoacrylate adhesive and will try it again. There's a design flaw here, but it's easily overcome.
  • Works well By EW on 12/19/2016

    Performs as advertised. Keeps pellets out of the overflow and mostly in one place, so the food doesn't scatter everywhere. The fish usually get everything in short order, but once the pellets become waterlogged, they sink--so I put the ring above some lucky dendros :)
  • Does What It's Supposed to Do By Biokabe on 11/11/2016

    Pretty much works as intended - frozen foods stay in place rather than floating around and ending up in the filter. I do wish that the ring was a little bit deeper so that the foods would be even more insulated from in-tank flow while they begin to disperse.
  • It Works By BigHildy53 on 8/15/2016

    It works. The magnets are strong and hold it in place. The connector between the feeding ring and the magnet are weak.
  • Excellent for feeding By FLSharkvictim on 6/18/2016

    I feed my Marnie fish flakes & pellets especially my powder blue tang who is a very picky eater. I love this Magnetic ring b/c the food stays in side and slowly drops so your fish can get to it with out chasing it around the tank.. None of food ends up in the Overflow boxes. I HIGHLY recommend this product for people that use pellets or flakes.. I give this product 5 stars a cross the board...
  • Great By Kevin on 12/18/2015

    Works great. No more suction cups. Rolls with the waves
  • Not worth 16 By Eric on 11/30/2015

    I bought this during the Black Friday sale, I'll be keeping it because it would cost me more to send it back, than I paid for it. So The ring is not sealed, or even glued. The clips to connect it to the mount seem week, I'll be looking for a way to reinforce them. Great idea, poor execution.


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Product Questions

What's the outside dimensions of the floating ring?
Question by: Joshua on May 8, 2016 5:32:00 PM
Great question!
The floating ring will have a dimension of 4" outside diameter.
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on May 10, 2016 6:23:00 PM
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 9:28:00 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 (Admin) on Jun 7, 2016 6:54:00 PM