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Posts: 441
Registered: April 2009
Location: Seattle, WA


Tetra Slow Release Feeders for Tropical Fish
Reviews Views Date of last review
2 8221 Tue October 20, 2015
Recommended By Average Price Average Rating
100% of reviewers $3.49 1.5


These nutritious feeder blocks for tropical freshwarer fish slowly release food into the aquarium for either 5 or 14 days. Great for while you're on vacation.

Patented gel formula is plaster free and does not cloud the water or change the pH. Nutritious feeder blocks are made with natural ingredients and are ideal for tropical freshwater fish. Precise doses of select vitamins and nutrients help support the immune system. To use, simply remove the foil seal and drop the feeding block into the water. Available in Tetra Vacation (includes 1 gel feeder that feeds up to 14 days) or Tetra Weekend (includes 2 gel feeders that feed for up to 5 days each).
Keywords: vacation feeder tetra gel slow release

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Registered: April 2009
Location: Seattle, WA
Posts: 441
Review Date: Thu April 7, 2011 Would you recommend the product? No | Price you paid?: $3.49 | Rating: 1 

Positive aspects of the product (pros): Not the chalky kind of feeder
Cons: Totally untouched by fish, polluted water

Probably the dumbest purchase I have made for my fish tanks.

I bought it because I'd heard that the chalky, plaster types of feeders were no good. At the time, I didn't know any better.

Left it in the tank for a week, it was completely ignored by the fish - and these fish usually attack anything remotely edible. This thing must be really gross.

It was pretty nasty to retrieve the soggy gel cake out of the water. All it did was pollute my tank and not feed my fish while I was gone. I promptly bought an automatic feeder to use the next time I left town!
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Registered: July 2015
Location: Florida
Posts: 75
Review Date: Tue October 20, 2015 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 2 

Positive aspects of the product (pros): looks nice
Cons: doesnt work

when I put it in the tank it flipped upside down on the gravel,
I don't think the fish ate it after I turned it rightside up.


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