Lorena Avila is a Marketing Engineer, Writer, cat figures collector, cat lover and cat owner as well but above all a very passionate investigator of felines. She started investigating cat products 5 years ago when she couldn't find reliable reviews on the internet to buy an automatic feeder for her own cat and since then she has been helping others providing honest information online.

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  1. Steve Reynolds says:

    I just want to say that the instructions that sent with this product are not clear at all. Th few Instructional videos on Youtube are done by amateurs and are also not very helpful.

    If someone only wants to set up only feedings/day, there are not instructions on how to lock/unlock the other 4 programmable feeding times.

    There is no customer service department phone # offered in the instructions or on this web site for customers to call. Poor Communications! Plus, this gadget uses metric system and military time – not user -friendly for US usage!

    • Lorena Ávila says:

      Hello Steve, thanks for sharing your experience with this automatic feeder. Effectively, as I stated in the Cons of this automatic feeder the Chinese instructions are not well translated. The feeder has 6 programmable feedings. For example, if you want to feed your cat 2 times a day only 2 of the “locks” need to be programed. To do this, hold the power button until the green light blinks and meal # 1 blinks. By pushing it again it opens and closes the lock. Press the “bowl button” (the bowl icon blinks) then press the “h/+” button repeatedly for each “appetite”. To give you an idea, a 1/4 cup is about equal to 5 “appetites”. Then push the “clock” button that will blink, then set the feeding time buttons h+ or h- to program the meal time. The feeder as you said uses a 24 hour clock, so 5 p.m. is 17:00, 6 p.m is 18 hrs, 7 pm is 19 hrs. etc. By doing this the meal #1 is programmed. Push the “gear button” to move to the next feedings, and so on. When you finish all the meals press the finger button to finish programming. Finally make sure to check if the locks are open for the desired feedings. Hope this helps.

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