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Andrew James Large 90 Day Automatic Pet Feeder – As seen on The Gadget Show



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£32.99



Andrew James Automatic Pet Feeders are a convenient and reliable way to provide REGULAR and REGULATED meals for dogs, cats and rabbits. Whether you’re spending time away from home or simply have a busy schedule, the automatic feeder will dispense pre-set amounts at pre-set times, so you don’t have to worry about your pets going hungry or over-eating.

Settings:

Portions – There are 10 portion sizes to choose from, ranging from ¼ of a cup to 2 ½ cups of food – depending on the food you are using, the servings will be around 40g-400g. The cup size you choose is the amount that will be dispensed at each feeding time.

Times – The feeder can dispense up to 4 times in a 24 hour period. Once you’ve set the correct time, you can simply choose which times of the day food should be dispensed. You can set the feeder to operate for between 1 and 99 days – after the chosen period is up, an alarm will sound so you don’t forget to schedule some more times! You can also set the feeder to just keep on dispensing at your chosen times every day until you decide to stop – just remember to refill the food as necessary.

Voice Recorder – The built-in mic lets you record a message of up to 6 seconds, so your pet will know it’s dinnertime when they hear your voice.

Construction – The feeder is made of a sturdy plastic and the tank and tray come apart from the base to make periodic cleaning easy. The lid locks into place and has anti-tamper clasps for added security. The transparent container conveniently lets you see when it’s time to refill the food.

Batteries – The pet feeder requires 4 x D size batteries, which are not included. A low battery indicator light will remind you to replace old batteries.

Approximate Size: 43cm high, 36cm deep including tray, 24.2 cm wide

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