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Specific Quaker Cage

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#1 mezentius



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Posted 22 September 2012 - 10:06 PM


On the topic of cages - most that I find are either too small, or have their bars too wide apart. I managed to find one on ebay, but the quality was not great - after 6 months I've noticed some paint chipping already, so I'm thinking about getting it replaced. Around the start of the year I think I found a discussion around here in which a brand of cages were mentioned, which were large enough yet had small enough bars (5/8 inches, I think). Unfortunately, I have since lost the link, and all I can remember is that it is an American company (maybe Hawaii?) and their website was green. Prices were around 400-600 USD. I've tried the forum search function and google, but given my limited information I have not found it.

Does anyone know of this? Or any other sources of larger, well-made cages which have smaller bar spacings?

#2 KittyKitty


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Posted 26 September 2012 - 01:55 PM

Well here you go!


If anything gets to you damaged, just call in and the customer service person hooks you right up... No, I don't get paid by them - we just own 4 cages... Three of the

Economy Line Medium Triple Top Cage ELT4_2620 and one

Luxury Line Open Top Cage LUX2822 - we have a 5th cage that is a playtop knock off - got it for JellyBean on sale at our favorite bird supply store.

#3 crackofdawn



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Posted 14 November 2012 - 02:34 PM

This cage:


Is better than anything you will ever find for even close to the same price point. We have 2 of them, one for sugar gliders and one for our Quaker, both are >2 years old and look the same as the day we got them. We actually clean ours by pressure washing them and there isn't a single chip anywhere on the cage and they're holding up fine. They're not super heavy duty so you're not going to be able to hang a 10 lb perch on one or anything like that but they're AMAZING for $125. Really large too.