What’s so smart about the Komodo Smart Dish? If your happy herp enjoys munching on meal worms, they’ll have a real tough time climbing out of this bowl after you put them in it! It also works as an all-purpose feeding dish for serving fruit, vegetables and other food. It’s easy to clean because it’s made of durable resin.
Works with meal worms of all sizes.
Also a good serving dish for fruits, vegetables and commercial herp food.
Easily washable because it’s made from resin.
Attractive wood-like appearance.
Suitable for both reptiles and amphibians, and for terrariums as well as aquariums.
†Capacity is calculated by total volume. When using container, choose a capacity greater than what you need to prevent overfilling and spills.
Love this I have it for my baby tegu, and my beardies and it’s great keeps the worms in one spot and I put I light layer of calcium in it
Great For Dubia Roaches
on May 24, 2021
I have a bearded dragon who loves dubia roaches but I would never get them because they always found a way out of his old food bowl. I have had this bow for a day or two and I can safely say that no roaches have or ever will escape from this bowl! It is also easy to wash and rather large.
Not for smaller reptiles
on Apr 28, 2021
It does a great job keeping mealworms in but unfortunately it also did a great job keeping my geriatric leopard gecko out. Might be ok for a young, spry leo but my old girl couldn't navigate it so, back to the old worm bowl.
A handy little product so the pet sitter doesn't have to touch the worms.
on Dec 21, 2020
I got this as a vacation feeder for my toad, the Lady Isabella. Handling live feeder insects is just a bit much to ask of my pet sitter on the rare occasion that my husband and I get away for a vacation, and this was a nice solution to that. I leave some mealworms in the dish so that my gluttonous little Lady can have her food when she feels the need, and my poor sitter doesn't have to do more than make sure Isabella has enough water. It's shallow enough that even a fat toad doesn't get stuck in it, but its curved upper edges and smooth sides make it hard for mealworms to climb out. I'm glad someone came up with the idea.
tips over. not useable
on Mar 6, 2021
The idea is a good one. But it’s too tall and lightweight and just tips over making it completely useless
Great Reptile Feeding Dish
on Jan 18, 2021
I use this to feed Dubia roaches to my green/Chinese water dragon. It works perfectly to keep them in the dish, despite their very grippy legs. It is easy to clean as well.