(as of Dec 02,2023 21:33:15 UTC – Details)
Can I Use This Container for Other Purposes?
Absolutely! Although the Jor Shrimp Feeding Bowl was designed with aquatic pet owners in mind, it can definitely be used for other purposes. Along with being a feed dish for dwarf shrimp, cory catfish, snails, and other fish, the heavy-duty glass container makes for a great travel bowl, reusable petri dish or a simple container on your dresser to hold your earrings and other jewelry.
How Long Will This Shrimp Feed Dish Last?
The borosilicate glass used to create this heavy-duty feed dish is durable, resilient, and long-lasting. As long as it is not dropped onto a very hard surface or intentionally smashed, the Jor Glass Feed Dish can last a lifetime.
Will the Jor Feeding Dish Float Atop?
No! The glass feed basin is heavy enough to settle down to the bottom of your freshwater tank even without any food in it.
The Food Bowl That’s Durable — Long lasting and reliable, the Jor Shrimp Feed bowl is confidently made with heavy-duty borosilicate glass. This high-quality glass is widely used in cookware, windows, and laboratory instruments because it can handle extreme temperatures. Other kinds in the market use less durable acrylic plastic to construct their feeding dishes.
Easy To Maintain — The smooth, glass material used to make the Jor Shrimp Feeding Bowl is low-maintenance, easy to wash and able to handle high temperatures. After each meal, remove any leftover food and give it a quick rinse with soap and water. You may also sterilize the bowl occasionally.
Blends Perfectly Into The Background — The perfectly sized 2.5” (6cm) wide, 0.5” (1.5cm) deep takes on the appearance of its background and blends beautifully into the environment without any disturbance or distraction to the aquarium aesthetics. This convenient transparency allows you to easily see how much quantity is left in the container and if you need to fill it up.
Reduces Mess Considerably — The bowl helps in minimizing spillage by securely containing pellets, flakes, worms and more. Whatever is added in this convenient glass basin, it stays there instead of falling into the rocks and soil then getting swept away during maintenance.