Trophy Hunter® digital power control unit technology
4 daily feed times
Adjustable motor speed
Durable polypropylene design
Hopper Capacity: 225 lbs./30 gallon
The Wildgame Monsta-D 30 Gallon Tripod Feeder features Trophy Hunter digital power control unit technology with 4 daily feed times (1 to 20 seconds per feeding) and adjustable motor speed. Large, silicone rubber buttons are weather-resistant and easy to use. 6V battery not included—rechargeable type battery is recommended. Durable polypropylene design. Dome lid design. Hopper Capacity: 225 lbs./30 gallon.
Rated 2 out of 5 by nsmith Not to impressed
Not the easiest to assemble. Not overly impressed with the design of the control box compartment.
April 1, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by ohiodeerhunter So bad
Friend bought the directional feeder - what a piece of junk - I bought their high end trail camera - what a piece of junk - at least WGI is consistent ( junk )
March 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JDFenton Great Product
Great product have had it out for 3 months no issue at all so far.
Note: Product really should come with the feet for the legs and you should not have to buy them seperate. There is no question they are need or when unit is full it will sink into dirt.
October 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Target119 Feeding Time
The only downfall about this feeder is the legs. Each leg comes with 4 sections so I guess you can adjust the height. If you try to move the feeder by yourself the legs sometimes fall out. Other than that its a great feeed and the timer is very user friendly.
October 4, 2012
I can now answer this queston myself,i boiught the american hunter 225 tripod model for 89.97.I wanted to know if you can use these for throwing fish food in a pond and after i got mine set up n my pond the answer is yes you can use these for pond feeders.It takes a lil re engineering with the legs and adding mudseals to the legs and moving the slinger plate closer to the funnel but it works perfectly also i had bass pro cards and a 10.00 off coupon from bass pro so i have a quality fish feeder for under 70 bucks including battery and solar panel.So if anybody like me was wondering if they can be converted to fish feeders yes they can.