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  • Dimensiones del producto: 103,5 x 51,4 x 96,5 cm
  • Número de modelo del producto: 62305
  • ASIN: B007K7H8AG
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 3 de noviembre de 2015
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Cage but ADD CHICKEN WIRE to the bottom section 4 de diciembre de 2013
Por Reads too much - Publicado en Amazon.com
Compra verificada
Great hutch....super easy to put together but a word of warning....
Exactly 8 hours after putting our beloved 5 year old bunny in the cage he simply dug under it and escaped to his death :-(
Please don't make the same mistake as we did. Add chicken wire to the bottom section of this cage or be sure to not leave them alone in the bottom section. I so wish we had added the wire.
11 de 11 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Attractive cage for rabbits, but you need to 'hack' it to make it an indoor cage 26 de noviembre de 2014
Por Jojoleb - Publicado en Amazon.com
Compra verificada
PROS:
Attractive
Easy to put together
Rabbits love the split level
Hinged roof is easy to lift
Split level
Ramp can be locked in the up position to essentially make
Indoor/Outdoor cage

CONS:
Limited access to the bottom of the cage; only small hinged door
Rabbits really like to chew on the wood
No bottom--really. No bottom.

FULL REVIEW:
This is an extremely attractive and nice sized cage for small to medium sized rabbits. We use it to house our small to medium sized bonded pair.

On the plus side, the cage was really a snap to put together. The instructions weren't perfect, but everything fit together easily. I have recurrent nightmares about putting together Ikea furniture, where the edges just don't line up, the holes are drilled just a little off center, or that one little part is missing. I have been known to struggle, fuss, and cuss my way through a Sauder assembly. I have put together a lot of this kind of stuff, and the hutch was easier than most and when completed was quite sturdy. It is basically composed of prefabricated panels taht fit together by lining up pegs in holes. Once aligned, you secure wit the provided wood screws in place and voila! the cage is put together. Relatively painless.

UPPER COMPARTMENT: A+
The upper compartment is arranged appropriately, with two large doors that are secured by the front latch, allowing for easy access. What's more, the roof is hinged and there is a locking arm to keep it open. The floors are removable for easy cleaning as well. A+ for accessibility and ease of use.

LOWER COMPARTMENT: F-
But just when you think the designers got it right, you take a look at the lower compartment. The only access to the bottom compartment is a tiny, wire door. It wasn't big enough to shove our litter box through, let alone grab a rabbit if you need to take him/her to the vet. And then the ultimate fail--there is no bottom. I solved this problem by going to a pet store and buying a large, hard plastic liner for the bottom of a dog crate. I then placed the cage on top of this. Still one problem--there was no real access to the bottom to take the litter box in and out and to do a cleaning.

I have no idea what they were thinking. Rabbits may be fairly fastidious creatures, but they still have certain biological functions to perform. And if they want to do this on the bottom of the cage, there is no way to clean it out. Some people say leave your rabbits outdoors and just move the cage from place to place. Inside, there's no way to get over the yuck factor. For the first couple of weeks, I removed the rabbits from the cage and would precariously tip it backwards against the wall to do the cleaning. Not great and certainly not convenient.

LOWER COMPARTMENT HACK:
NO CAGE BOTTOM HACK: as above, buy a hard, plastic dog crate liner from a pet store. Make sure the dimensions are larger than the bottom of the cage. Place the cage on the liner and the cage now has a bottom.

SWINGING FRONT DOOR HACK: This is not an approved method, but this is how I solved the problem:
-->you will need to buy two barrel slide bolt latches
-->remove the screws on both sides of the cage that hold the bottom front panel in place
-->loosen the screws in the bottom back but don't remove completely
-->carefully wiggle the bottom pegs out from their holes, but leave the top pegs in place
-->shave off the entire bottom peg on either side of the panel; the top pegs are still in place and will act as a hinge, allowing you to swing the front panel upwards. Now tighten the screws on the back of the cage.
-->install the two barrel slide latches (similar to the latch on the top compartment that secures the upper doors), one on each side of the cage. This will lock the door closed when the rabbits are in the cage

I had visions of the rabbits banging against the front of the cage and knocking the top free (because I didn't secure it with a screw), but so far this has held. I can now lift up the entire front of the cage and secure it in place to the top using a bungee cord. It is now easy to change the litter box, clean the cage, etc.

Why the company couldn't have thought of doing something similar to this is beyond me. I'm glad it works, but when you are buying more than $100 worth of cage, you really want them to think of everything.

OTHER ISSUES:
The wood is rather soft and for a rabbit that means chewable. I have tried a number of methods to keep the rabbits from chewing the wood. I tried bitter apple spray, only to find that this apparently is a rabbit flavor enhancer, not a deterrent. (Read that on the internet after I tried it.) One post suggested lemon oil, but what I found in the store was marked as toxic, so I didn't use it. So far distracting them with other things to chew has worked, but they still like to do some cage chewing. We'll have to see how long this thing lasts...

The ramp set up is a bit flimsy and you have to be careful not to break the ramp when installing. Once installed, it has held up just find. (With the exception that the rabbits especially love to chew the exposed side of the ramp.) The apparatus to hold the ramp up in place if you are using this as two cages rather than one is flimsy. I haven't used it other than to test it, but I wouldn't rely on it.

The cage is generally made well, but I do wonder how long it will last given how much the rabbits like to chew on it...

CONCLUSIONS:
On the whole, this is a very attractive cage that my rabbits love to live in. I have learned to make it usable, but I don't think that should be necessary when buying a cage in this price range.
13 de 13 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Hutch! 26 de mayo de 2014
Por Megan - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I am almost completely in love with this hutch. It is extremely functional, and Miss Persephone LOVES living in it. Persephone is a huge Havana mix girl weighing in at approximately 8 pounds. Now on to the pros and cons, and I do apologize for any nit-picky mentions.

Pros:
>Great color and size
>Ease of access to rabbit
>Ease of cleaning

Cons:
>No floor on the bottom level - Resolved by purchasing an indoor/outdoor rug from Walmart that is larger than the dimensions of the hutch. Without the rug, our rabbit would not go to the bottom level to save her life (we have laminate wood floor). Now that the carpet is down there, she stays for a while and enjoys traveling the ramp between the levels. She now has a play area below and her food/water/hay/litter/bedding is up top for more privacy.
>No convenient spot for litter pan - The litter pan placement options are limited in this hutch with the placement of the ramp and doors. We have placed ours in the top "bed" area of the hutch mainly based on the choosing of our rabbit, but also because the bottom level is not conducive to litter pans at all. In order to hopefully stop our rabbit from moving the litter pan (no way of securing it right now, it's just sitting on top of the bedding in the corner) we plan to drill holes and secure it to the outside of the hutch in some way... This is still in progress.
>Hinge for doors on top level hard to move
>Rabbit urine stains - Originally we didn't have a litter pan in the hutch (see above placement issues for why). When the rabbit urinated on the top level of the hutch, the urine would travel along the wall all the way down to the floor. Now there are stains anywhere this happened. Luckily, they aren't too terribly noticeable and they don't smell.
>Wood = chewing - I don't think that there is ANY way around this issue as a rodent is going to chew wood. We have several edges lightly chewed even with other chewing options provided to her. Mainly the divider on the top level and the edges of the ramp on the bottom level.

With all of that said, YES I would purchase this hutch again. I am in love with the appearance and I can't complain too much overall when the rabbit is happy.
52 de 52 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas very cute 19 de marzo de 2011
Por viggie - Publicado en Amazon.com
Tamaño: 116 x 97 x 63 cm Compra verificada
Update 30-May-2015 - Still happy! These have been outside since purchased and have weathered Wisconsin winters and an attack by a stray dog. Cleaning continues to be my only issue...the bottom door doesn't allow access to the far side, and I'm far too short to reach in from the top. I use a long handled hand hoe garden tool that helps my reach.
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I got two of these, one for each of my angoras. The cages are big enough for the large rabbits, but the divider for the nesting box was not. I ended up taking it out and using one of the panels to block the top mesh door so the whole top is a nesting box.

The only things I don't like about these cages are

1) The pull out drop pans. There is no cage above them like there should be...your rabbits hop right in the droppings and you can't pull out the pan if your rabbits are in the top section.

2) The bottom section has one tiny door...you can't reach in well and I certainly can't reach the far side to clean it.
20 de 21 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This cage is AMAZING and priced right 1 de abril de 2015
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
Compra verificada
This cage is AMAZING and priced right.. it fits on my balcony during the day and being a crazy bun Mama I like to bring it in at night and sit's perfectly on my fire place.. I lock the bun upstairs she sleeps there happily!! The Lightweightness make this possible would buy this again