So for a few months I have been trying to find a way for pinpoint feeding of my corals. The problem for me is that I hate putting my hands in my tank. I scrub down for a few minutes before I do, then my hands smell of fish afterwords. Plus turkey basters leak a bunch of food into the tank, and for me, that's GHA food at that point. There are a few feeders on the market, for instance the SeaSquirt: This little guy is kinda cool, but at 21" most bottom type corals i'm still gettting my hand wet with a 55 gallon and thats not ok with me. Also, thorough testing a 'matured' SeaSquirt, it's not all that air tight at the extension piece and feeds GHA like a baster. So in my mind, I thought, "Get a piece of 1/8" hard airline tubing, a 3" length of vinyl 1/8" airline tubing, and a baby doing syringe from the drug store." It actually worked, unlike alot of my 'ideas.' Heat the vinyl buying and it slides up the nub on the syringe and the hard airline tubing and makes a good seal. When i feed, i prepare my mixture (mysis, chopped goodies, dried mixing like Reefcleaner's filter feeders, and tank water with vitamins and AA additives) pull back the plunger then guide my 3'-4' hard line tube to pinpoint targeting for chalice mouths, LPS heads, for SPS colonies. First picture is on top of my 48" T5 fixture: Next pixture the working parts: The vinyl tube allows for flexibility between the plunger and the rod so you can hit some hard to reach places. The only downside is for larger food particulates, but for that you can use larger tubes and syringes. Like i said before i feed all types of Euphyllia and can target the mouths easier, acans, palythoa and zoanithids, trumpet, micromussa, blastomussa, acropora, montipora, Seriatopora, and all types of chalices. The bonus is after using this for a couple feedings, my chalices are displaying feeding responses (I saw the tenticles for the first time ever!) almost constantly. My SPS are already showing better PE than with 'basing' or broadcast feeding, and I am more confident that my nutrient levels will stay low. Best part: costs a little under $10 and 5 minutes to build! Thank for reading and I hope this helps you all with your reefs!