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Moultrie MFHP12367 All in One Timer Kit Deer Feeder
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- Digital timer programs up to 4 feed times per day, 1 to 20 seconds each
- Adjustable mount, metal spin plate and funnel, ABS plastic housing
- External power port, solar panel connectors
- Test button for easy setup
- Timer flips down for ease of use
- Kit easily attaches to any bucket size
- Digital timer programs up to 4 different feed times a day
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Perfect for the hunter who wants more feed control, without the fuss. This out-of-the-box kit has nearly everything you need to get started, no assembly required. We’ve even included batteries! Or choose to power your feeder with a solar panel (sold separately). The All-in-One Deer Feeder easily attaches to any bucket size and allows up to 4 programmed feed times per day. New efficiencies in battery design now offer double the run time, providing up to 4 months’ field life!
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I wanted to set up a small hanging feeder without investing a ton of money. This is perfect, although I would not hesitate to put it on a much more expensive/elaborate setup. In my case I mounted it to a small metal trashcan and suspended it from a tree. And for me it works great- the can holds about a 40# bag of corn. Since this is the off season I have it set to run for 3 seconds once a day, and it seems (as per the manual) that equates to about a 1/2#, so at that rate I'll only be refilling every other month. So for about $50 I have great feeder setup and I'm very happy. I see no cons to this timer/feeder at all. I would have been happy at twice the price.
Also, you can normally get a large trash can lid free-o-charge at Home Depot since many people buy the can and leave the lid. This makes for a great way to keep squirrels out.
Two excellent features: small clips that positively retain the batteries (because they are at the bottom of the unit and gravity is working against you), instructions for programming the feeder on the inside of the lid.
UPDATE: I installed this in the field and it worked wonderfully for a week. I went to change the feed and was in the process of putting a new lid on my 5 gallon bucket feeder when the three pillars that hold the feeder onto its base simply separated. They failed across the plastic, and were held in place with a retaining fitting which did not provide enough strength for the design. To be clear, the feeder functioned perfectly well, but I can't get behind a product that broke so quickly.
SECOND UPDATE: I took some time to fix this feeder (because I really like the way it functions). I came up with a solution that was pretty easy and VERY sturdy. Because of where all three legs failed (just below the threaded insert near the attachment point to the base), I removed the small screws and inserts from the base. I then opened up the battery compartment and removed the battery tray (4 small screws). This gave me access to the inside of each leg from the bottom (as shown in the picture of the product). I then put the base back on my bucket, and drove three #10 screws through the legs from the bottom (towards the bucket). They captured on the inside of the battery compartment, and secured the entire unit to the bucket. I then reinstalled the battery tray and tightened up the three bolts that hold the base in place. It is very sturdy, and I think that this is a much better design than the original.
Update on the feeders. I put out 2 and they have been out for 3 weeks now and still slinging corn like a champ. The lithium batteries seem to be holding up well. Will update again in a few weeks.
I had them out for 2 months with lithium batteries in them and they were working fine. I replaced the batteries and just put the old batteries in another electronic I own and it said the batteries had a full charge. So with that said you should be able to get a full season in this feeder with a set of lithium batteries NO PROBLEM. If 2 months hadn't drained anything out of the lithium batteries they may last 6 months to a year. In a 5 week period set on 4 seconds the feeders I have put out about 60-70lbs of corn. The 130lb reservoir on my feeders were approx. 1/2 full.