All Living Things® Kricket Keeper
Great for keeping crickets
When purchasing this, get the large. The small is too small. I used this for my beardie, than my leo. I now feed izzy, my leopard gecko, mealworms, but this was good for crickets.
December 7, 2014
I found this product very useful for my Crested Geckos. As you may already know Petsmart does feed there crickets althogh I found this product more convenute for gut loaded (recently fed) crickets which gives nutrition to any cricket eating reptile.
November 25, 2014
Essential for insectivore owners
There is no way around it, you must feed your insectivores live insects, and crickets are the most nutritious insects that most pet stores have to offer. ( I'm crossing my finges for Dubia roaches to catch on to be honest. )
You can just buy your insects daily, but who wants to make a daily trip to the pet store? You will want some place to put the crickets.
So the cricket keeper is your best option. It can easily house a large number of crickets, it has tubes with textured insides, which makes catching and serving them easier, and dramatically lowers the risk of escape.
When keeping crickets, it's important to feed them so they'll be healthy and nutritious for your animal ( you are what you eat after all. ), luckily the Kricket Keeper comes with four food dishes for you to fill up with your gut load of choice.
If I had one nitpick with this product, it's that the hinge on top does clamp down really firm, making it a little difficult to get open with your bare hands, but it's not difficult to slide something sturdy under the lid to open it.
May 28, 2014
Good after alteration
Just above the tubes are cricket sized holes, which allows the crickets to run right up the tubes and out into your house. I filled these with hotglue and it now works quite well. I still have a trap set for one cricket that is chirping under my freezer.
April 27, 2014