Giantex Bird Cage Large Play Top Parrot Finch Cage Macaw Cockatoo Pet Supplies Black
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- 【Lockable Wheel Set】-- The wheel set of this item could help you to move the cage conveniently, it makes the place of the bird is flexible. The lockable design could fix the cage in specific area, the movement of cats would not affect the cage. It could make the cage more safe and stable.
- 【Large Inside Capacity】-- Large inside room, which could totally hold several birds play in it. One pipe in the middle part provide space for birds . And one balcony for birds to play.
- 【Perfect Detail Workmanship】-- High quality iron wire connecting procedure which could make this cage more durable and solid. And the structure follows the scientific principle and is strong enough to hold cats to play.
- 【Three Feed Door】-- Three feed doors design on the surface , which could make the feed much easier. It provides you the possibility to let several people feed birds together.
- 【Easy to Assemble】--This product has straight forward illustrations and descriptions. Every screw and pin has its own code and easy to understand the assemble progress.
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This product is a large iron bird cage. It features an open play top area, 5 total stainlesssteel bowls, 2 perches to stand on, front door and snapping door lock. It will make your pet more free and happy. Also, there is a removable sliding metaltray on bottom, which makes cleaning easily.
Sturdyand durable metal wire bar
Non-toxic coated finish
Upper removable sliding metal tray
Lower Removable Sliding Grate for Easy Cleaning.
Lower removable sliding metal tray
4 strong swivel casters 2 locks for mobility and stability
Strong and steady metal main frame
Large steel front door with snapping lock
Heavy duty construction.
3 feeder doors with locks for easy feeding
3 large interior stainless steel feeding bowls
1Interior Long Wooden Perch for Resting
Size:24"(W) x 22"(D) x 37"(H)
OverallHeight Including Stand: 66"
Barthickness: 1/2" & 1/8"
1x Cage Main Frame
1x Metal Tray
1x Removable Grate
5x Stainless Steel Bowls Screws
1x screw driver
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Size: HUGE. This cage is at MINIMUM the size stated above. The one I recieved when ordering this product stands as tall as I am at the playtop perch, and I am 6'1. The wings/seed guards add 6" to the dimensions on all sides so account for that when sizing your space for the cage.
Quality: Well, its a huge cage for $118. You get what you pay for, but in this case I was pleasantly surprised. The cage is made of tubular square stock steel, with solid 1/8" round stock welded bars. The finish is a hammertone enamel, it did flake where any of the parts were bent too far for the stretch of the paint, however my experience with this finish is generally pretty good. It is a durable and easy to clean attractive finish. The trays are a heavy duty solid steel sheet construction, they are hefty, and sturdy, they will not break...period. The wheels are cheap chinese plastic casters, I expect them to break the first time they catch on something while moving the cage, luckily the legs of the cage have standard caster post holes built into them and the casters should be able to be replaced with sturdier ones. The latch is handy, with a single button to push to unlock the 2nd stage, then slide open. To close, simply slide the latch over. Would I trust it to house a gorilla? No. Its for small birds, its flimsy in construction. I don't think I would trust it to the beak power of the larger breeds of birds. My conure has no chance of breaking or bending this lock. Hinges are integrated and strong. Overall, I give the quality of the cage 5 stars, as it is as best as I could expect for 1/3-1/4 the price of a retail cage of this size with no major let downs. The playtop perch is so strong it could hold a bald eagle let alone the conures and african grays that this cage is intended for.
Assembly: Well, this is probably the most lacking part of the whole thing. Step one is to take their instructions, and place it on the cage tray as that is about all its good for, cage liner. It is written in broken chringrish with little to no actual direction in either the written or graphic representations. I'll give a quick how to in this section. The front and back of the cage are joined together by two small sections at the bottom. Use the LONG screws to attach these to the front and back of the cage, with the WIDE track on the cage up, facing inward. The sides of the cage are designed so that when you want to unlatch the food cup doors, you flip the lever upside down, pull the latch out of the catch, then flip it back downward to open the door. If the latch stays so that you can just slide it out of the catch, you have the side installed upside down. The guides that the cage sides slot into were bent too far closed on my cage, a pair of pliers straightened that out for me. The top just sits down in the posts and captures the sides of the cage, it does not have fasteners to secure it down. Not a problem with a conure, but a big strong bird like a macaw might be able to push the top of the cage off with some effort and a sturdy perch. The wrench they give you WILL NOT handle being used to assemble the cage, just find an allen wrench of the same size from your tool kit to assemble it with, you wont regret it. If you must use the allen key they give you, then use it with the low leverage side of the key in your hand, so you cant strip it out in the screws. Once it strips you wont be able to tighten another screw with it. My cage included 1 extra of each type of hardware and a bell shaped plate, which many didn't know what it was for in other reviews, I discovered it is a latch to prevent the bottom grate from being slid out by the bird from inside the cage. There is a screw hole under the door on the frame for a screw and this plate. Don't tighten it all the way, so the plate swivels for grate removal.
Packaging: Sucked. Its all flat packed into a box with very little to no protection on the items that are touching. It is a 67 lb package, that is very heavy, and a package handler at UPS is not going to finesse this box around. Lets face it, its gonna get dropped, lugged, and tossed onto every surface it touches. The packaging could use some upgrading to better protect its heavy contents from shifting and banging around into one another.
My bird is quite happy with his home, in fact he jumped from his existing cage to the new one, while i was still bolting the individual pieces together. He hasnt left the cage willingly since in hours. He is tiny for the cage, but since were away 10 hrs a day, we wanted him to have plenty of room for lots of new toys and space to move around whilst in his cage. Im sure it will be a great home for him for years to come. The seed guards are a godsend, dont buy a cage without them. This cage is hands down best bang for your buck in the 18-24" wide range, and with the removable playtop assembly, its even better than most options. Don't hesitate to buy this product.
-The seed-cups included are rather deep, no biggie though, I had spare ones that my conures had been using before and I simply switched them out.
-Some of the bars did come a bit bent, but it's simple to quickly fix that.
-The door is a bit narrow, and it confused my birds at first on how to get out and up on top, but after about a week they quickly figured it out and now easily come and go as they please.
-The instructions are a bit lacking, so you're a bit on your own in that regard.
-Very spacious cage for small/medium sized parrots to play around in and even fly from perch to perch
-The bottom tray lock so that if your feathered kids figure out how to slide the bottom bars out, the lock will stop them from shoving it all the way out and escaping
-The duel locks on the door for the same reason as above. If you're parrots are too clever for their own good, they still will not manage to escape
-The price. I've been trying to find a cage of this size for awhile now, but I was unable to spend $500+ on any of the ones I've seen in bird stores and other online stores
I did not attach the top play-pen or the side seed guards, so I am unable to comment on those aspects of the cage. Marty and Molly, my sun conures love their new home, and because of that I love it.