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  • Large Automatic Pet Feeder Electronic Programmable Portion Control Dog and Cat Feeder w/ LCD Display
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Large Automatic Pet Feeder Electronic Programmable Portion Control Dog and Cat Feeder w/ LCD Display

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  • This product is OEM (original equipment manufacturer) and this allows us to sell at a lower price. Programmable portion sizes and feeding frequency Ant-jamming food-hopper, For all sizes Dogs or Cats Pet-proof lock and hopper-lid and bottom heavy base to prevent tipping. Record a personal message for you pet
  • Programmable portion sizes and feeding frequency
  • Ant-jamming food-hopper, For all sizes Dogs or Cats
  • Pet-proof lock and hopper-lid and bottom heavy base to prevent tipping.
  • Record a personal message for you pet
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 7 x 7 inches ; 6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004SBSNB0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (837 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,659 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

New Large Automatic Dry Food Portion Control Dog Cat Pet Feeder (BRAND NEW) Features: Large volume - 45 cup (10.65L) capacity Feed from 1 to 99 days (or non-stop) Programmable portion sizes - 1/4 cup to 2 1/2 cups Programmable feeding from 1 to 4 times daily Smart sensor prevents overloading of feeding tray Pet-proof lock on lid Prevents accidental spillage Unique Anti-jamming feature Translucent hopper shows food level Tamper-proof clasps on hopper Record a personal message for your pet Alarm sounds when feeding schedule expires Detachable food hopper & feeding tray for easy cleaning Built-in clock with easy to read LCD Built-in microphone, speaker and low battery indicator Four "D" Batteries Required ( not included ) Item Dimensions:17"x9.5"x14" ( L x W x H ) Item Weight: 6.5 lbs Material: ABS Packing: Gift Box


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Customer Reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars
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4 star
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3 star
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2 star
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1 star
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We've had this feeder for less than 4 months and it has stopped working.
V. Miller
We purchased this feeder for our cat because we were going on vacation for 3 weeks and didn't want our neighbor to have to come over daily to feed one outdoor cat.
KFiddletown
Programming is a little tricky but if you follow the instruction step by step you'll get there.
Bianca H. King

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

885 of 893 people found the following review helpful By Michi on July 2, 2011
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I am surprised that nobody has mentioned this. My situation is that I am away from home randomly for a few days at a time. So I wanted a feeder that I could turn on when I leave, and off when I am back. I prefer feeding the cats myself when I am home, more accurate portion sizing and also wet food at times. Either way, once you turn the unit off, it loses all information. Time, feeding times and portion size. I am by no means a newbie to technology and can program even a radio scanner from Radio Shack (that means something if you know what I am talking about), but this feeder is pretty tough to program. So this is my point - every time I turn this feeder back on, I have to reprogram the time, the feeding schedule and the portion size. I guess if I do this often enough, I will learn the programming steps, but it's a huge hassle. I realize that I can program it to run for only so many days, but I sometimes don't make it home on the day I hope to, but the next day etc...

I guess if you use this feeder 24/7, it does the job, but for someone who is in and out and wants to turn the unit off frequently, it's really not the perfect machine.

Also, when I received it, one of the flaps on the bottom which are spring activated didn't seem to want to move. I discovered it had some extra plastic from the manufacturing process and was sticking. Had to use a knife to trim it down to the correct size. Now it works fine.

Update:

I have had this feeder for about 4 months now. I just changed the rating from 3 stars to 4 stars. I have to say, it really is a reliable feeder. The batteries are still going strong, they are the original ones.
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396 of 407 people found the following review helpful By Eric Whitney on July 4, 2011
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I thought I would post a video to show how the feeder works for folks who were curious. It has two motors: one to rotate the scoop that moves food from the main food bin to the food dish, and another to vibrate the food supply, probably to help food bits flow smoothly and prevent jamming. As previous reviewers have said, it's loud when it deposits food... that's due to the vibrating motor. You can set the amount of food that is released each time, by setting how many times the scoop deposits food. In this video, you can see that it was programmed to release two scoops, with each scoop being around 1/4 cup of food.

Note that this video does not demonstrate the audio clip recording/playback while feeding. The manual says it plays back the sound clip three times at feeding time.

Very cheap construction all around, but it works!

UPDATE: So our feeder stopped working after about 6 months. The motor wasn't properly engaging the rotating feeding scoop, so I took it apart and found a few obvious screws that had gotten loose due to the vibrating motor. A few quick turns of a screwdriver and a few drops of superglue, and it was fixed. If your feeder stops working, I encourage you to take it apart and check for loose screws. The inside is very simple and easy enough to diagnose.
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254 of 266 people found the following review helpful By old_guy on May 22, 2011
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My daughter bought the Petmate LeBistro feeder at the pet store for her cat, and the cat defeated it the first day ... learned how to stick his paw up the chute and dispense as much food as he wanted. She was also concerned that the cat might be able to tip the whole feeder over or get the lid off which wasn't that securely attached. So the LeBistro went back to the pet store.

I found this AF-100 electronic feeder at Amazon sold by TopSeller100 for the same price my daughter paid for the LeBistro. I ordered it for my cat to see if it would work any better than the LeBistro. My cat has been using for it a month now and it works perfectly. It is larger, heavier and more stable than the LeBistro. My 14 pound cat would not be able to tip it over. The barrel feeding mechanism closes off at the chute and it is not possible for the cat to dispense extra food. The lid has a positive locking latch that will not come off. Today I ordered another AF-100 feeder to give to my daughter for her cat. I know she will be pleased with it.

My cat is very skittish so I was somewhat worried that the loud vibration and motor noise would scare him off. It did startle him at first, but he got accustomed to it after a couple of feedings. He seems to like the recording of my voice that plays when it dispenses.

The programming of the unit is not intuitive, so you have to carefully read the instructions and follow them exactly. If you miss a step, you have to reset it and start over. Once you have it programmed you can forget about it until it is time to change the batteries which will cause a reset and require reprogramming.
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144 of 149 people found the following review helpful By Lisa on September 12, 2011
I bought this feeder a little less than a year ago, since I travel quite a bit and my cat likes to be fed on a regular schedule (he can be very vocal when he's hungry). I found a few problems with the feeder right away, which I was somewhat prepared for based on other reviews. The set-up is ridiculously complicated, for one thing, and the feeder dispenses 1/2 cup of food even when set on the lowest amount (1/4 cup). I managed to fix this last problem by taping a piece of cardboard inside the feeder to block half the dispenser, which worked fine but seems silly given the amount that I paid for the thing. And, as others have mentioned, every time the batteries run out you have to completely reprogram it (and if you lose the manual, tough luck).

There were several other problems on top of those, however, which I was not expecting. If the unit is less than about a third full, the food doesn't fall correctly into the area that the motor scoops it from, and so the cat doesn't get fed at all, even though there is roughly two weeks' worth of food inside. To top that off, if the unit is TOO full, it seems to weigh down the motor, and won't dispense food either (instead producing the ERR message and forcing you to reprogram the whole thing . . . again). And honestly, I could work around those quirks. But now, after less than a year, the motor has given out completely (while I was on vacation, no less), and so the whole thing is useless, my poor cat is half-starved, and I'm once again shopping for automatic pet feeders...

Do yourself a favor and fork out the bucks for a better model.
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