Keep deer and other wildlife coming to your spot with the American Hunter Directional Timer Feeder Kit. This feeder kit features a digital clock timer and a guard that feeds 1 - 16 times a day and can feed different days of the week with an adjustable feed rate of 1 - 30 seconds. The weather-resistant housing provides protection from the elements. Includes a powder-coat no-blow slinger.
Features and Benefits
Fits in most feed containers
Weather-resistant housing provides protection from the elements
Digital clock timer and a guard
Feeds 1 - 16 times a day and can feed different days of the week with an adjustable feed rate of 1 - 30 seconds
Prewired for use with a BL-R680-S solar panel (sold separately)
Requires a 6V battery (not included)
Includes a powder-coat no-blow slinger
Manufacturer warranty - general:
90 days limited
Number of Batteries:
What's in the Box
American Hunter Directional Timer Feeder Kit
Rated 4 out of
good feederI bought this directional feeder to convert an old deer feeder into a fish feeder at my pond. It is easy to install and set the feed times. It feeder motor runs well, however it is easily clogged by the larger catfish pellets. I recommend you use this with the smaller fish pellets or clean corn. BTW..Do NOT use with Corn Coat or it will become a clogged mess.
Date published: 2017-10-31
Rated 3 out of
good overallThrows feed well. Two things for comment: since you cannot adjust feed gap, some feeds are smaller and work better and having used feeders for a long time, setting the feed times are a whole lot more complicated than with other timers.
Date published: 2017-01-21
Rated 5 out of
Catfish tank feederWorks great for a catfish tank feeder , cast feed out far enough to land in a PVC ring to hold feed for eating
Date published: 2016-10-28
Rated 2 out of
just a guy from
Don't use on 55 gal drumIf you mount this feeder motor directly to the bottom of a barrel a majority of the feed will hit the bottom of the barrel and fall directly on the ground because of the ramp angle leaving the motor. I tried to solve this by lower the motor, and funnel. About 20 percent of the feed falls directly down now. This motor is intended to be mounted on smaller buckets.
I assumed because it is a directional feeder that it was made for fish pellets, but after 2 months the motor has died. Fish pellets have a higher moisture content than corn and can become clogged in the funnel and motor.