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Ocean Nutrition Feeding Frenzy Seaweed Clips by by Ocean Nutrition

  • $5.99
  • (36%)
SKU: ON25102
UPC: 098731251020
MPN: 25102

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Product Description

The Ocean Nutrition "Feeding Frenzy" Seaweed Clip is an excellent tool for feeding the "Seaweed Selects" from Ocean Nutrition. The clip is for use underwater, and has a suction cup for attachment to the inside surface of glass or acrylic aquariums.

  • Holds seaweed and other food for grazing tropical fish
  • Waterproof with suction cup for in-tank feeding
  • Perfect for vacation feeding

The Ocean Nutrition Seaweed Clip has a stronger grip and a longer gripping surface than similar clips that have been used in the aquarium industry. The Seaweed Clip holds the seaweed underwater for the fish to feed upon, and helps promote a very natural feeding by allowing fish to pick at the food, little by little, over an extended period of time.

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Customer Reviews

Randi, Phelan CA on 2013/11/18
So far, so good

I've only had these clips for a short time (used them four times) so I don't know about long term durability, but as long as I make sure they are pressed firmly on the glass, they remain in place, even with rowdy Rainbowfish and a Giant Danio and Angelfish tearing at the seaweed I put in them. For the price, I'm happy!