Affordable and loaded with features, the American Hunter® R-Kit Feeder Timer Kit delivers dependable performance and a durable design that fits most sizes and styles of game feeders. The R-Kit feeds 1 to 24 times per day with an adjustable feed rate of 1-30 seconds. Easy-to-install, the R-Kit fits most sizes and styles of game feeders. Powder coated ''No-Blo'' Slinger and weather resistant housing. Built-in Varmint Guard protects slinger from curious and hungry squirrels and other food seekers. Pre-wired to work with American Hunter remote control and solar panel as well (not included). Easy-to-use mechanical analog clock timer with easy-to-install tripper pins for activation. Uses 6V battery (not included).
Manufacturer model #: 30590.
High-torque, low-energy motor
Adjustable feed rate
Built-in vertical varmint guard that prevents unwanted critters
Fits most sizes and styles of feed containers
6V operation (battery not included)
Powder-coated ''No-Blo'' metal slinger plate
Analog clock timer
Feeds 1-24 times a day with adjustable feed rate of 1-30 seconds
American Hunter® R-Kit Feeder Timer Kit
The analog timer is garbage ,did not last 2 months before it stoped keeping time accurately and failed to set off the feeder.Round cover is a pain to use.
August 28, 2012
Ive had at least five of these feeders digital and analog .They start off working good but they are made up of substandard materials that dont hold up to the cold at all Ive even bought replacement parts and still junk The money you save on corn you spend on replacing feeders its just not worth buying american hunter feeders.
September 4, 2011
Buy this if you want it to work just long enough to get it installed. I installed the batteries and tested everything. Worked great then and after the install for about a day. One positive thing. Saves money with the high prices of corn.
April 13, 2011
this replacement feeder motor and timer kit is great the price of the kit from bass pro was the best price found, instalation was easy in very little time the deer were back at the feeder
February 20, 2011
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