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Zoo Med Bettamatic Automatic Betta Feeder #BF-1

Zoo Med Bettamatic Automatic Betta Feeder #BF-1

Item #: 097612240061
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Bettamatic Automatic Betta Feeder is an easy to use feeder that will allow you to feed your Betta Fish while you are away, or use it to feed your fish automatically once daily. Note: This feeder works with small pellets of fish food only (like Zoo Med Micro Floating Betta Pellets). Not for use with flaked foods or larger pellets that can not fit through the small hole on the end of the cone.


  • Works with small pellets of fish food only
  • Mounts directly to side of tank, or use the enclosed rail kit for round bowls and other tanks
  • Free sample of betta food included
  • Uses one AA battery (included)
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100% Recommend this product (3 of 3 responses)
By John Eli
April 15, 2018
Good idea for the purpose, it just needs more development work. I am never sure if it feeds the fish or not, so I am feeding the fish as well every 2 days just in case. A notification if it ever fails would be nice.
By Joan
San Antonio, Texas
March 20, 2012
Works perfectly
In the past I had bad results with "vacation feeders" so I tested this product on an empty drinking glass first. It work as promised. I couldn't be happier.
ProsEasy to mount on tank and battery compartment isn't difficult to open.
ConsOpening the food chamber is hard to do.
By Liz
Hilo, HI
July 18, 2011
Interesting auto feeder
This is a pretty cool idea for someone like myself who just needs their betta fed once a day while I'm gone for a few days - no programming, just install the battery, fill it at the time you want the fish fed and connect it to the container
ProsIt's ease of use
ConsBe careful of the tiny tabs that hold the ball mechanism together - I've already broken one off getting the thing apart but the other two still hold it together