Before you buy an automatic feeder you need to think about what type of food you will be putting inside, such as flakes, pellets, freeze-dried, or a variety, how long the feeder will run before having to be refilled, and if you are going to feed more than once per day. Some foods tend to clump or go bad in high humidity, and since the feeder will be attached to a tropical degree saltwater aquarium, to help eliminate this problem it is wise to choose one that has a humidity protection feature.
Multi-Functional, Multi-Food, Moisture Controlled Feeders
These automatic feeders offer multiple feedings per day, handle flake, pellet or freeze-dried foods, and have a moisture control feature.
Multiple Daily Feedings & Food Type Feeders w/ No Moisture Control
These automatic feeders offer multiple daily feedings, allow feeding of flake, pellet or freeze-dried foods, but have no moisture control feature.
Non-Programable Flake Food Feeders w/ No Moisture Control
These automatic feeders handle flake foods, are not programable for multiple feedings, and possess no moisture control features.
Programmable Flake Food Feeders w/ Moisture Control
These automatic feeders offer moisture control, extensive programmable feedings, and contain a moisture control feature.