Tetra introduces new automatic aquarium feeder

by | Dec 20, 2016 | News, Products | 0 comments

Tetra, the industry leaders in aquatics, has launched myFeeder, a new automatic feeder which contains unique technology to maintain food quality by protecting it against light, air, and moisture. Providing a reliable and safe way to feed aquarium fish, the Tetra myFeeder, with its triple protection technology, helps food retains its nutrients and consistency for several weeks helping fish to stay happy and healthy.

Complete with a 100ml food compartment and transparent window, fishkeepers are able to quickly and easily check the fill level and using the clear digital display, programme feeding for up to three times a day with the food quantity per feed being adjusted mechanically. Manual feeding is also possible with the touch of a button and for those wanting to provide fish with a varied diet, TetraMin Flakes, Crisps and Granules can be added alone or mixed together.

The myFeeder can be easily fitted onto any aquarium, either directly on the glass using the flexible clamp mounting or on the top of the aquarium lid using the four rubber, individually adjustable support feet that also keep the feeder secured on uneven surfaces.

Ashleigh Pope, marketing manager at Tetra commented: ?At Tetra we?re passionate about making fishkeeping as easy as possible in order to encourage more people to the hobby. Our new automatic feeder offers ultimate flexibility to busy fishkeepers by helping them to ensure their fish are able to receive fresh, nutrient rich food even when they are not around.?

To help retailers communicate the new launch, Tetra has developed a range of POS including a display which can be placed in the equipment section or on the counter to highlight the new product.

The Tetra myFeeder, which comes with two high-quality Varta batteries and a change level indicator is now available to order and has an RRP of ?39.99. For more information about Tetra please visit http://www.tetra.net/en

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