Barr Aquatic Systems

BAS Frozen Food Feeder (BASFFF)

This neat idea allows you to feed one or more cubes of frozen food, without having the food race to the filter intake, or have a large fish snork up an entire cube.

Simply attach with the included magnet set to the glass/acrylic at the waterline, and drop the food in. The cube will disolve and wash out the holes for the fish to eat.

Clamps up to 1/2" with the standard magnet. Remove the feeder after feedings for the longest life.

Size: 3" x 2" x 2" (75mm x 50mm x 50mm)

Introductory price: $29

Free shipping with orders of four or more (any printed item qualifies for the four items).

Lifetime warrantee!

BAS will repair or replace any unit that is returned to us (no COD please) that is no longer functional, at no cost, as long as it has not be obviously abused (shipping not included).

Note:

Plastic items are printed in PETG, which is fully food and reef safe. The printing process is not perfect, and some visible defects (as shown in the pictures) may exist. Items may be available in select colors, please ask. Typically available:
  • Transparent Green
  • Transparent Blue
  • Transparent Red
  • Black
  • Yellow
  • Purple
  • Bubblegum Pink
Available with minimum order of $100 or more (when in stock):
  • Transparent Magenta
  • Transparent Orange
  • Transparent Yellow
  • Red
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Gray
  • White

Please allow additional time if you are requesting special colors or logos.

All magnets are N50 Neodymium Magnet (NdFeB Rare Earth), and are epoxy coated at the magnet factory for rust resistance. They are then encased in PETG plastic for extra protection. Use care with them, they are strong and can really jump. Keep away from pacemackers or childen under 5 years old.

Extra strength magnets are available for an additional fee, please inquire.

Wholesale orders:

Wholeseale or reef club orders are welcome! Minimum order ammount is $250. With $500+ orders, free logo work is included to put your logo on each item. Logo artwork must be provided, and there are limitations on what will fit on the parts, and be legible. Simple, monochrome art works best.