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Jempet Automatic Pet Feeder for Cats and Dogs, 5 Meal Trays for Dry and Wet Food, Auto Pet Food Dispenser Programmed with Timer and Voice Recording Function
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- CUSTOMIZABLE FEEDING SCHEDULE: Our pet feeder is very easy to setup and use! As you can see from our pictures there are 5 individual feeding compartments. Each one holds about 240 ml of DRY OR SEMI-WET food, for a total capacity of 1.2L. The tray itself is very easy to remove and clean!
- FEEDING ON A REGULAR DIET TIME: This feeder helps you customize pet feeding schedule (use military time). You are able to set regular feeding time in advance and the auto feeder will dispense food for your pets on the right time. Multiple meals for multiple days and up to 5 meals per day.
- TWO OPTIONS FOR POWER SUPPLY: With our product you have two options for power. If you’re at home you can plug directly into the wall using the DC 5V/1A cable( that is included ) or if you’re on the go you can simply install 4 “C” size batteries (which are NOT included) and our pet feeder can come right along with you! We have also installed a “Low-Battery” warning light that will come on before you run out of power.
- VOICE MESSAGE CAPABILITY: Our research has shown that if your pet hears the same voice command before each meal, then he or she will begin to associate the two and will know it’s time to eat! The 10 second recording also allows your pet to hear your voice when you aren’t home, which can provide them some comfort from afar!
- FLEXIBLE STANDBY MODE: We have installed a feature that will automatically set the feeder to “Standby” if there has been no operation for 25 seconds. This will save your money on your electric bill AND batteries!
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I. Setup Instructions:
1. Please connect the DC 5V/1A cable or install 4 "C" batteries and then turn on the power switch, located on the back of the unit.
2. Next you must set the clock time. To do this please hit the setting button until the numbers on the left begin to blink. Use the arrows to adjust the numbers up and down. Do this for the numbers on the right as well.
3. Once you have set the time, you can go through each meal (1, 2, 3 and 4) and you can set the time you would like the food to be delivered.
4. To record a voice message simply hit the activate button next to the battery compartment until the blue LCD illuminates and then hold down the REC/LOBATT button located on the top left corner of the unit (MIC location).
II. Matters Need Attention:
1. When electric cuts off, you need to reset the current time. The feeding schedule still remain due to the memory function.
2. When the blue backlight on LCD display turns off, the machine enters standby mode. Please press the activate button which next to the battery compartment to unlock the screen for setting.
3. For multiple days setting, for example, if you want to feed your pet for one meal per day, you just need to set the current time and the first meal time, then press the setting button for around 3 seconds to save and exit the meal time setting process. In this way, the feeder will feed your pet once per day and last for 5 days. Ditto, the same for 2 or more days settings.
Size: 12 in×13 in×3 in
Capacity: 240mL×5 (1.2 L in total)
Battery: 4"C" size batteries (NOT included)
Input power: DC 5V/1A cable (included)
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This feeder allows you to set time-of-day feeding times to keep your pet on a regular feeding schedule. I've set it up for four regular feeding times and leave wet food in the open tray when refilling each day. This has kept his curiosity at bay so he doesn't dig for the food as others. Our cat has been known to open doors and cabinets, but has not broken into this feeder in the first month of use.
This feeder also have a feature to record your voice, and this feature is a good cue our cat to go find his next meal.
When I first began seeing automatic feeders by different companies a few months ago, most of the reviews weren't very good, so, although I kept searching and reading about the different ones; I wasn't comfortable in putting that much money on something that seemed it needed improvements. Then last week I saw this one, and along with several reviews, it also has a video review that convinced me that this company seemed to have gotten it "right"! Should I take a chance? YES!! I hoped I would have some time for both Leela and I to get used to it and learn how it used before my anemia and/or stomach problems landed me back in the hospital. Unfortunately, I hadn't even a chance to take it out of its nice box before, alas, my pesky old body acted-up again! The girl who helps me offered to set it up, but I wanted Leela and I to do it together and get used to it.
As soon as I returned a few days ago, I was ready, and when I picked the box up and asked Leela if she was ready for a "Special"; she started going in circles and stuck her head in the box before I even took everything out! The FIRST thing we did was take out the instructions-as you can see in the pictures, I had a LOT of help! When Leela was done learning how to hack into her feeder, we pulled everything else out and began setting it up. The instructions are clear and the set-up went relatively well, with Leela insisting on smelling, patting and even tasting the feeder-and instructions. 😹 The only part I couldn't do right away was put batteries in because I only had 2 C-batteries on hand. I arranged for a friend to pick some up later that day and installed them, but I must admit, this was actually a pleasant surprise as I had somehow missed any mention of a battery back-up. An added +++!!
For the first "trial run", I only put 1 wet meal in the feeder-much to Leela's disappointment-and filled the others with different flavors of her "cookies". Unfortunately, my plan to Video her getting her first meal, which I scheduled for just 20 minutes after setting it up, backfired. It wasn't the feeder, first my phone's camera screen went completely black and froze. I couldn't even take regular pictures and had to switch to my iPad. Of course, with all my complaining and switching devices, moving the feeder and a nearby lamp to get better pictures-when the first feeding "started", Leela just watched from her "tube". She DID eventually come out with some coaxing and once she saw everything was fine and there was nothing to fear "but food itself" so-to-speak, she scarfed down about 1/2 of her wet feed and stationed herself a few feet away, just watching the feeder. Crazy kitty, she didn't move for about 30 minutes until I finally distracted her with one of her new toys.
Since then, in just a couple of days, she seems to have become used to it. She's comfortable enough around it now, that if it starts while she's in the kitchen, she gently taps it with her paw as if she's trying to will it to move faster to her cookies-who knows what goes on inside the precious little head of hers. I'm sure you can tell from the pictures she has quite the mischevious personality and is certainly the smartest kitty I've ever known.
I'm hoping that last weekend will be my last hospital visit for awhile, but I must admit, even if I still pay our friend to just come and spend a little time with Leela, make sure everything is ok with her feeder, water, litter, etc. Buying this automatic feeder will still be worth every penny and more. I'm using it every day now, not just to get her used to it, but for peace of mind if, heaven forbid, anything happens and I'm unable to get to her food-which HAS happened. I had a much worse than usual dislocation of my hip one night recently. Dislocations are actually a regular occurrence for me, but this was different because I was unable to pop it back in right away. I had put my phone on the dresser to charge the night before and REALLY didn't want to text anyone for help. I go to some strange lengths sometimes to continue to assert my independence, and while it was 4-5 hours past my Princess's usual breakfast time; I WAS able to finally wiggle my hip back into place and slowly but surely, get up and take care of my Leela. Had I had this feeder, my princess wouldn't have had to wait to eat and disrupt the rest of the day. Hopefully, it will last a good long time!
It's not hard to program once you figure it out, but the first time around was a little challenging.
Disappointed I can't use it anymore;( and now I'm out of the return window;((
Maybe better luck for someone else!