Ferplast Rabbit Water Bottle, Large
- Robust plastic drinking bottle with removable cover
- Perfect watertight thanks to the special stainless steel nozzle
- Useful transparent tank to control the water level
- Easy to fix to wire net cages thanks to the practical fastening system, fixing on smooth plastic surfaces thanks to the practical suckers is also possible
- Available in different capacities: 0,03, 0,08 or 0,16 gallons
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Always clean water for your lively rodents with Sippy drinking bottle! Made of sturdy transparent plastic, it has a stainless steel valve ensuring perfect watertight and a useful fastening system: it can be fixed either to wire net cages, either to flat surfaces thanks to the suitable suction cups included. The removable top cover, at last, allows easy refilling, without removing the water bottle from the cage. Choose the best model for your pet according to your needs! For hamsters, mice and gerbils we suggest the model Sippy 4672, for guinea pigs and rats Sippy 4674. The larger model Sippy 4676 is recommended for rabbits. Choose the model in compliance with your pet's size.
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Top Customer Reviews
Setup is easy, although the instructions could be clearer. The screw-on clamp provided keeps the bottle very secure. I have not tried the suction cups for attaching to a flat surface.
It can be filled while still attached to the cage, which is nice and prevents wear on the clamp that might make it less secure. It is not as big as the 32oz bottle I had before. Without the leaking though I end up filling it as often as the old bottle.
The tank's dimensions, less the cap, are roughly 8" x 3" x 2".
Update: I've had the Ferplast for almost a year now. It is still holding up well. I had one period where it was dripping a bit, but I cleaned the nozzle out well and now it is fine. I had to transport my bunny on a three day car trip. I used the Ferplast mounted to the door of a dog carrier. Even with the bouncing and vibration of the car, dripping was minimal.
I now use a playpen for the bunny. The cage wires are too wide for the Ferplast mount, but that is easily fixed. Cut a square of cardboard large enough to comfortably span the wires in the cage, punch a hole in the center, and put that between the yellow knob and the cage.