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Vision Bird Cage Model M01 - Medium
- Small wire bird cage for budgies, canaries, lovebirds and finches
- Cage detaches from base for fast, easy cleaning
- Debris guard helps keep waste inside cage. Horizontal wire :0.06 inches, vertical wire :0.10inches, wire spacing (center to center) :0.48 inches
- Double height; Equipped with green perches and food/water dishes
- Tall; 24.6 inches long x15.6 inches wide x 34.3 inches high
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Vision Bird Cages Practical and Convenient Bird-Keeping
When Hagen bird cage designers go to the drawing board, they take the below checklist with them to guide them through the creative and design processes. This ensures that the final outcome produces a bird cage that delivers a pleasant and convenient overall experience for both birds and keepers.
- Be large enough to house your bird comfortably
- Be appropriate for the natural behaviors of your bird
- Be durable to withstand your bird's activities
- Allow easy access to birds
- Have feeders and perches that are bird-friendly and easy to access
Getting a Good Grip
Most perches come in one uniform diameter. So birds using these types of uniformly-sized perches develop the same grasping position. Vision perches have a wavy pattern with varying diameters. So as birds grip them at different perch points, the gripping variations promote blood circulation and prevent foot problems.
Birds tend to be frenetic eaters. As they eat, seeds invariably fly all over the place. When birds fly in their cages, their flapping wings create downward air currents. Frenetic eating and downdraft can cause quite a mess. Vision's deep base combined with the low position of the feeders solves the messiness problem. Flying food and feces ultimately wind up in the base.
Wide Double Doors
Vision cages come with large front double doors. They open towards the inside and serve as a convenient landing pad for birds returning from a brief jaunt outside the cage. Another great benefit is that when birds perch on the open doors, their waste falls in the base inside the cage and not n the floor. The doors work independently, so you can close one and leave the other one open. This comes in handy when you need to handle a bird, because it allows you to reach inside and minimizes the chances of your bird escaping.
The Vision Medium Bird Cage #M02 is a suitable cage for budgies, canaries, lovebirds and finches. It provides your bird with lots of room to move around and Vision makes it easy for you to take care of your bird. Bird movements cause air currents, which flow outwards, and in the case of most standard bird cages these air currents eject waste and seed debris outside of the cage and onto the floor. With Vision Cages, the combination of the debris guard, the deep base and the placement of the seed/water cups helps combat air currents to keep the majority of the waste and debris inside the cage. This reduces the amount of mess and time-consuming clean ups, leaving you more time to enjoy your pet. The Vision Medium Bird Cage is a great home for your new bird.
Pattern Name: MO2 Cage | Size: Medium
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|Item Dimensions||15.6 x 24.6 x 34.3 in||36 x 26 x 14 in||31 x 17 x 22 in||—||18.11 x 62.2 x 13.98 in||11.8 x 16.5 x 22 in|
|Item Weight||12.24 lbs||12 lbs||15.3 lbs||—||14.13 lbs||7.21 lbs|
|Material Type||—||plastic||—||Iron & Plastic||Iron Wire & Plastic Tray & Wood Perches||—|
|Size||Medium||Not Applicable||Large||18.1 x 14.2 x 36.2" (LxWxH)||18.1 x 14 x 62.2’’ (LxWxH)||—|
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I happily received no broken pieces in the box upon arrival, but two of the front clips were missing. The cage can still be assembled without them, but I did write Hagen about sending me replacement clips and I will update when/if they respond. Edit: the responded and are sending me out the clips.
The cage is nice and modern looking. However, it seems the cage is more designed for the enjoyment of humans rather than birds. My parakeet has only been in it a few days, so if anything new develops, I'll update.
* The bottom does indeed contain the mess! It's deep and wide and I can't imagine a scenario in which my little friend could fling seed out of her dish and have it land outside the cage (she's a seed flinger).
* Aesthetically, it's a really nice cage. It doesn't look as utilitarian as most cages, which is a nice change.
* The food/water doors are a nice touch. As are the doors that swing inward and outward to the main part of the cage.
* The bottom easily comes off with two plastic hinges that snap into place.
* It's a really shallow cage. Though the description lists the *base* as 15" deep, the part of the cage your bird actually lives in is a measly 12" deep. You don't see a lot of good pictures of this cage from the side and I'm starting to realize that there's a reason for that. It's simply too shallow. My bird came from a cage that was 17" deep, and I thought the overall size of this would be OK, but it's really narrow on the sides. I would not recommend anything besides one parakeet go in this cage and I don't even feel great about downsizing my feathered friend into this thing. I could have made my peace with 15" deep, but that only accounts for the clear plastic base - a place where she doesn't spend the majority of her time.
* There's no handle on the top. I move my cages a lot (travel, cleaning, etc.) and this is a bummer.
* The giant plastic bottom does indeed contain the mess and provides easy access to food and water for us (humans) to change it. However, upon watching my bird in her cage the first day, the clear plastic bottom really threw her off. There's no easy way to *get* to the food and water, so I'll need to get some ladders or something. She seems to really struggle to understand how to get to her food and water. She usually hangs from the last rung of the metal bars and tries to access her food from above while hanging upside-down.
* The included perches are not ideal. Most people will tell you to ditch them and provide rope perches.
The "it's not a big deal for me, but others have mentioned..."
* Cleaning the bottom tray. Many have complained you have to take the entire bottom of the cage off to clean it. I guess I might be in the minority here because that's how I've always cleaned my parakeet cages. I take the entire cage off its plastic base and clean the plastic tray, the grate *and* the plastic base. I'm guessing most people just change the tray paper? I find it hard to believe people aren't cleaning the bottom grate; that part gets really nasty! So, for me, cleaning will be no different than before with the exception of removing the food and water trays to clean the entire bottom.
* Assembly instructions were not great. It's not that hard to put together, but some of the assembly wasn't intuitive. Most of the instructions just have an arrow and the word "click". I was worried I would break something, but nothing broke.
Overall, it's a mixed bag. My biggest complaint is the depth of the cage. I just feel 12" deep is too shallow, even for one parakeet. It's a really nice looking cage and she's definitely getting used to it, but if I'd known how deep it truly was, I'd have passed and gotten something else. However, for the price I paid ($56 shipped - not from Amazon), It's a decent deal. I think it's overpriced at $72.
the BAD INSTRUCTIONS said "click walls on Bottom. so I pushed the wire frame into the hole on the top of the wire holder for 45 minutes. I even reverted using to a flat head screwdriver with 20lbs pressure to insert the wire into the top hole.and then broke part of the holder. GRRRR turns out these holes to NOT snap the wireframe into the groves but they snap around the receiver both top and bottom
REAL INSTRUCTIONS should say and show: Hold a wall at 45% to the inside of the base and then Hook the bottom wire BELOW the plastic holder and lift up. the wall is then locked in with a wireframe below and above the tray holder. very little pressure needed to snap the wall in place.
I was just lucky to have figured out this last step .. none of my 3 friends could figure it out.
Now that it is together which should only take 4-5 minutes, it seems to work. I have high hopes... will post again
2 weeks later.. do love this cage.. VERY little mess fall out of the cage see image on how to attach walls
This top is larger in length by at least an inch, but width is ok
This product was repacked after someone returned it. Is it possible I got the wrong top and wire grate for S01
Also, from the picture I provided, you can see, Tweety (on his rope) isn't a big bird and I bought the medium size cage, which gave him quite a bit of room and more toys to be able to be put in his cage. He is quite the happy little Linnie.