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- 41 Quart Capacity
- Use to store large sentimental items
- Dimensions: 23.60"L x 17.75"W x 7.88"H
- WEATHERTIGHT seal keeps contents clean and dry
- Six durable buckle-up latches secure contents inside
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Now on to what I'm using this tub for: I have a 7mo Brazilian rainbow boa in this tub and I am so impressed with the quality of this thing. The handles are ridiculously sturdy, and the box itself is very good quality. My little boa has plenty of space for his warm hide, two hides on the cool side, and a nice sized water tub, along with a lizard hammock in one corner (it hangs over a hide) and a corner shower shelf thing in another corner, so that he has plenty of places to hang out.
If you know anything about rainbow boas, you'll know that they need ridiculously high humidity. Babies require 95%-99% humidity and this tub has kept the humidity at 99% since day one. I actually added more ventilation holes than I originally had because I was worried that it must be far too muggy and hard to breathe in there, and it's still at 99%. Oh, and that's with paper towels as substrate! I do live in San Diego so maybe that helps, but I doubt it makes or breaks the humidity-holding capability of this tub.
As for heating, I'm using an 8"x18" heating pad since it came the closest to the measurements I was looking for (1/3 of the tub--8"x17.75"). Honestly I could probably get away with a smaller pad--this is my first belly-heat-requiring animal so I'm not especially educated about using heat mats. I covered the sticky side of the mat with foil tape because I didn't want to stick the pad to the tub, then I placed my thermostat probe in between the mat and the tub, and placed a thermometer probe inside the tub on top of the heating area, under the substrate (paper towel in my case). I've had the heating pad running for about a week and it generally goes up to the mid-90s, and the tub has bean heating up just fine, with no melting or warping or a "something's burning" smell or anything to be concerned about.
I really love this thing and I wish IRIS made one big enough to use in between this baby tub and the eventual permanent adult enclosure (which won't be a plastic tub).
I take it with me when my pups are born by c-section to the vets. I put a heating pad with blankets to keep them warm and for easy transport in my car home from the Vet.